... dont think I need 100 a day do I, Is it because it is from soy? which is the best?
Lecithin is a naturally occurring substance found in beef liver, steak, eggs, peanuts, cauliflower, and oranges.
Commercial lecithin products usually come from soybeans, egg yolk, or brain tissue.
It makes no difference where you get your lecithin source from.
Lecithin has been used in the treatment and/or prevention of high cholesterol levels, neurologic disorders, and liver ailments
Studies of lecithin have used a wide variety of doses, from 1 to 35 g daily.
If you have a 1200mg capsule, that is equivalent to 1.2 grams, so the dose could be anywhere between 1 to 35 capsules a day ... as a guide.
Read more: https://www.drugs.com/npp/lecithin.html#ixzz0w9WgMbkz
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