Any of a group of phospholipids found in egg yolks and the plasma membrane of plant and animal cells. Also called phosphatidylcholine.

Soybean, sunflower and rapeseed are the main sources of commercial lecithin with soybean being the most common. Most lecithin nutritional supplements contain phosphatidylcholine from soya.

Uses of Lecithin

Phosphatidylcholine (Lecithin) may be useful in helping to restore liver function in a number of ailments, including alcoholic fibrosis. It has been used in connection with some manic conditions. There is also some evidence that phosphatidylcholine may be useful in the management of Alzheimer's disease and some other cognitive disorders including tardive dyskinesia.

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