Jamieson Lecithin 1200mg, 100 Softgel - 卵磷脂
Lecithin is a fatty substance that provides the body with a source of choline or phosphatidylcholine. Choline is an essential nutrient in the B Vitamin family and it is incorporated into cell membranes.
Lechithin is also a building block for acetylcholine, which is a chemical in the brain that plays a role in memory. Lecithin (and choline) may help treat a variety of gallbladder and liver disorders. For example, lecithin forms part of bile (a substance that digests fat) and as a result, lecithin supplements may prevent the formation of gallstones.
Lecithin keeps the liver functioning properly, which keeps fats from building up in the liver and improves the flow of fat and cholesterol through the liver and gallbladder.
- Natural source of choline
- For use in the prevention of fatty liver
- Keeps cholesterol soluble and from lining the arteries
Soy Lecithin 1,200 mg (11% Phosphatidylcholine) derived from unbleached non-GMO soybeans Glycine max.
Excipients: Gelatin, Glycerin.
Adults: Take one capsule, two times daily with food.
Drug Interactions: Mixed amphetamines, Propanolol (medication for high blood pressure), Tetracycline, and Warfarin (blood thinning medication).
Nutrient Depletions: Acetaminophen, Ampicillin, Alcohol, Aspirin, Carbidopa, Clozapine, Cyclophosphamide, Cyclosporin (medication for cancer treatment), Nitroglycerin, oral contraceptives. Excess Vitamin C can interfere with the absorption of copper and selenium.
Supportive Interactions: Loop diuretics (Vitamin C amplifies the effects of these medications), nitrate medications for heart disease (Vitamin C may reduce the development of tolerance). Vitamin C works well when taken in conjunction with other antioxidants (i.e. vitamin E).
Warnings and Precautions: None known when taken as directed.
Toxicity, Adverse Warnings and Side Effects: Doses greater than recommended have been associated with loose stools, diarrhea, gas and bloating. Decrease dosage if these symptoms occur.
1 capsule 2 times daily with meal or as directed by a health practitioner.