COMPONENTS OF LECITHIN:
Lecithin is a mixture of phospholipids
found in every living cell. Its main components are the essential unsaturated
fatty acids known as Linolenic, Linoleic and Oleic Acids; Glycerins, Phosphoric
Acids, Cepharin, Choline and Inositol, and other related Phosphorous containing
FUNCTIONS OF LECITHIN:
It aids in the
transportation of fats.
A CELL CLEANING AND LUBRICATING AGENT
It cleans the cell inside and after performing this duty destroys
itself. A cell where lecithin is in abundance is youthful and healthy. A cell
that lacks lecithin is drawn, weary and sick.
A CELL REBUILDER
It is a
structural material for every cell in the body, especially those of the brain
and nerves. It forms 73% of the total liver fat, and 30% of the dry weight of
A POWERFUL EMULSIFYING AGENT
is effective in preventing and correcting atherosclerosis. When present in
normal amounts in the blood lecithin breaks neutral fats and cholesterol into
microscopic particles held in suspension. These particles then readily pass
through the arterial walls to the different tissues of the body.
SUMMARY OF LECITHIN FUNCTIONS
It imprisons impurities, poisons, surplus
hormone enzymes, excess energies, and cell residues, and releases them at the
It works as an automatic mechanism in the
body maintaining the equilibrium of hormones, fatty acids, fats, enzymes, etc.
It is natures chemical turnkey;
imprisoning some substances and releasing others as easily as a jailor locks up
the offenders of the law or frees them.
It is practically an institution in
itself. With its automatic valve control, it performs the functions of a:
- MAINTENANCE PERSON
- A GARBAGE COLLECTOR AND INCINERATOR
- A CHAMBERMAID
- A COOK
- A SANITARY ENGINEER