Soya Lecithin Granules
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- A pure granular form of lecithin produced from 100% natural soya extract
- Lecithin is a key component of bile
- May help to support the health of the liver
- These pure lecithin granules are a natural source of choline and inositol
- Two important nutrients associated with the B vitamins, which play a role in fat metabolism
- The granules can easily be sprinkled onto cereals, stirred into fruit juices or added to soup without affecting the flavour
Lecithin is technically referred to as a phospholipid and is one of the richest natural sources of two important nutrients: choline and inositol. Lecithin is a primary source of choline in the diet in the form of phosphatidylcholine. Once in the body this compound is broken down to release the choline.
Choline is one of the B vitamins and contributes to the maintenance of normal liver function and to the normal lipid (fat) metabolism.
Note. It has become increasingly difficult to obtain lecithin from a non- GMO source as much of the world's soya is now genetically modified. Lamberts lecithin is from a non-GMO source, but this means that it will not always be the cheapest.
See presentation section for ingredients listed in bold.
The following list of allergens are excluded: Wheat, Barley, Eggs, Nuts, Sulphites, Celery, Fish, Shellfish, Yeast and Gluten containing ingredients.
None known at recommended usage.
To be stored in a cool dry place and protected from light.
This is a perishable food and best used within 6 weeks of opening.
|per 100g||Per level tbsp (7.5g) serving|
|Of which Saturates||14.8g||1.1g|
|Of which Monounsaturatest||9.4g||0.7g|
|Of which Polyunsaturates||32.6g||2.5g|
|Of the total fat|
|as Phosphatidyl Choline||24%|
*Lecithin is a natural food material; therefore, levels of its component compounds may vary. Levels quoted are average figures.
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
The granules can be easily sprinkled onto cereals, stirred into fruit juices or added to soup without affecting the flavour.