Lecithin; is a phospholipid found in the cell membrane structure. Lecithin is mostly found in soybeans.
Except for soybeans;
- Cod Fish
- Dairy Products
- Green Leafy Vegetables
Lecithin; The transformation of foods into lecithin occurs after the burning of phosphadenylcholine in our body into choline and phosphate. For this reason, it is determined whether they are rich in lecithin by looking at the amount of choline in foods.
- It protects cardiovascular health.
- Provides fat digestion.
- It strengthens the brain functions.
- It helps the liver to perform its normal functions.