Soy Lecithin

Soy lecithin, a natural emulsifier derived from non-GMO soybeans, is a yellowish-white powder. Soy lecithin contains lecithin and copper blue protein, which has the effect of slowing down ageing and preventing cardiovascular diseases. It also lowers serum cholesterol levels, avoids cirrhosis of the liver and helps restore liver function. Soy phospholipids are used as emulsifiers, antioxidants, defoamers and humectants in mould food additives to improve taste and extend shelf life. It is widely used in chocolate, potato chips and wafer cookies, candy, margarine, bread and pastry, ice cream, instant milk powder, chewing gum and bubble gum.


What does soy lecithin do to the body?

Soy lecithin is a by-product of the process of refining soybean oil and is an extract from soybeans. Soy lecithin is a basic substance of life, which is not only an important part of human biofilm, but also a source of choline and fatty acids, and plays a key role in maintaining the physiological activity of biofilm and the normal metabolism of the body. It is known as a "vascular scavenger". It has the effect of enhancing vitality and assisting blood lipids.

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