... it lowes your cholesterol. I have been taking Zocor but am not happy about taking a statin. This is my own choosing to take Lecithin. There does not seem to be very many allergic reactions to this and as far as I know I have never had a reaction to any pills ever. The lecithin is a windmil product. softgels. Just wondering if you could update any new info on it. I also take Joint advantage Gold by Dr. David Williams My Dr. wanted me on celebrex for pain in my neck but thanks to JAG I have absoulty no pain so am going to more natural supplements to take and just wondering about Lecithin. Thanks Dottie
4 Oct 2010
Lecithin does appear to lower cholesterol but it has not been evaluated by the FDA for safety, effectiveness, or purity. All potential risks and/or advantages of lecithin may not be known. Additionally, there are no regulated manufacturing standards in place for these compounds.
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