FAQ

1. What are the benefits of lecithin supplementation?

Lecithin has multilevel and comprehensive action. Strengthens many internal systems such as the nervous, digestive and cardiovascular systems. It can be a great support and protection against side effects of everyday intensive life such as constant rush, stress, high professional and personal needs.

Lecithin:

  • is a building component of brain tissue and the myelin sheath, therefore it improves memory and concentration
  • boosts metabolism and fat metabolism, which is why it supports slimming and maintaining its effects
  • regulates cholesterol levels
  • protects the liver and heart
  • is a building booster for all body cells
  • creates a protective barrier for the stomach lining (important during prolonged stress)
  • supports the absorption of key vitamins that are soluble only in fats (vitamins: A, D, E, K)
  • accelerates the regeneration after exercising
2. What is the recommended daily dose for lecithin in supplementation?

The daily recommended dose of lecithin is at least 2-2.5 grams of lecithin, and for optimal effects up to 6 grams. Lecithin supplementation is especially recommended during prolonged periods of increased mental work and a decrease in concentration, i.e. when it is not possible to supplement it with the help of diet alone. It should be remembered that, as with any dietary supplement, the full effect of lecithin appears after a required period of its intake.

3. Why is it better to use sunflower lecithin?

Sunflower lecithin is the gold among lecithins. It is obtained naturally by pressing sunflower seeds. Sunflower lecithin is GMO-free and therefore safe to our health.

4. What makes Lecithin+ a good product for vegans and vegetarians?

Lecithin+ is a pure sunflower lecithin without any additional stabilizing substances. Its unique form and packaging method allows maintaining high quality and all properties of the lecithin without the need to add preservatives. Lecithin + does not come into contact with animal substances at any stage of production and packaging. Lecithin+ has a vege certificate.

5. How does lecithin affect memory and concentration?

The most lecithin is in the membranes and intracellular structures of neurons and they need the lecithin the most. Its regular supply allows not only for the proper functioning of the entire nervous system, but especially strengthens memory and concentration. Choline present in lecithin is involved in the transmission of nerve impulses. Better choline supply means more efficient thinking, concentration and remembering, and thus more efficient problem solving, task completion and creativity. The right level of lecithin in the body facilitates learning and coping with stress.

6. How does lecithin affect slimming?

Lecithin is involved in the digestion and supports fat metabolism. It supports digestion, because it is a component of bile. Its emulsifying properties help with the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins (fats are broken down into particles, which facilitates their digestion and absorption in the digestive tract, along with vitamins A, D, E, K).

7. How does lecithin affect cholesterol?

Thanks to polyunsaturated fatty acids, lecithin binds cholesterol and promotes the excretion of excessive amounts from the body. Its emulsifying effect allows the breaking of fat molecules into small fragments and thus limits their aggregation with platelets and the walls of blood vessels. In this way, lecithin also prevents the development of atherosclerosis or blood clots.

8. How does lecithin affect the regeneration of the body?

Lecithin also contains unsaturated fatty acids, which are needed for the production of anti-inflammatory substances, and thus positively affect the body's immunity system. Lecithin reduces the risk of blockages and blood clots, maintains a good heart and circulatory system due to its ability to break down fat into particles and attach to platelets. It also has a positive effect on muscles (increases their endurance), which is why it is widely used by athletes. The choline contained in it allows for quick cell regeneration after hard physical work.

9. What are the sources of lecithin used in dietary supplements?

Lecithin is obtained from various plants: soybean, sunflower, and rapeseed. When choosing a diet supplement with lecithin, it is worth paying attention to its source and obtaining method. Selected sources of lecithin can be genetically modified, and with some methods of production, harmful chemicals can be used.

Sunflower lecithin is obtained by pressing sunflower seeds. Sunflower lecithin is GMO-free and therefore safe to our health.

10. Can lecithin have side effects?

The use of lecithin dietary supplements is safe. Lecithin does not interact with other drugs.

11. How long after the start of supplementation can I expect effects?

Each supplementation brings effects when it is used regularly and for a sufficient period of time. The best effects of using lecithin will be achieved after 2-3 months, so you should think about taking lecithin before more intense periods: exams, intense months at work, or sports activities.

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