Lecithin Granules support heart, liver and nervous system health*

Lecithin is one of nature’s miracle foods. It’s found naturally in foods like egg yolks and organ meats, which most people don’t often eat. That’s why taking lecithin is an inexpensive way to add its incredible powers to your supplement program.*  

Source of choline

A component in lecithin, called choline, is an essential nutrient needed by every cell in the body. Your body uses choline to create phospholipids that make up cell membranes. It is also used to make acetylcholine, a substance involved in learning, memory, muscle function, sleep, arousal, hormone secretion and circulation.  It allows nerve cells to send impulses properly. 

Choline assigned a Daily Value  

Recognizing its importance, on May 20, 2016, the FDA moved choline onto the list of nutrients that our bodies need every day. This list includes vitamins and minerals like vitamin C, folate and calcium. Choline was given a Daily Value of 550 mg. 

Adequate amounts of choline are typically left out of multi-vitamin formulas, so adding lecithin to your regimen can help ensure you get the 550 mg that you need each day.

Heart health and more  

Lecithin also is a source of inositol, a B-vitamin-like substance. Your body uses inositol to help maintain healthy cholesterol and blood pressure levels already within the normal range, grow healthy hair and skin, and help break down body fat. By adding lecithin to your diet, you’ll provide some of the raw materials your cardiovascular system needs to stay in top shape.*

Lecithin is available from soy or sunflower (soy free)

Our original Lecithin Granules product is made from soybeans grown in the Midwestern United States and processed in American facilities. It is vegetarian safe (soybean source) and has no cholesterol.

Or, try our Sunflower Lecithin Powder! It's soy-free and is derived from non-GMO sunflowers.*

Delicious and easy to use

You'll enjoy lecithin's mild, nutty taste. This unflavored, unsweetened lecithin can be added to foods or liquids. Add 1 tablespoon to a protein shake or smoothie. Or sprinkle on foods like cottage cheese, yogurt, cereals or salads, or mix into salad dressings, oatmeal, or add to recipes like pancake mix and muffins.  


Order Lindberg Lecithin Granules today!

Order Lindberg Sunflower Lecithin Powder today! 

Or, try our Lindberg Lecithin 1,200 mg Softgels!

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