My use of lecithin dates back about 15 or 20 years. I was in a health food store, and having heard about the many benefits of lecithin, bought a small booklet on it by Carlson Wade, called the Lecithin Book. In this book, amongst so many other things, he describes the problems faced by Dr Jacobus Rinse, and how he found a solution to his Angina problem, by using a combination of lecithin and polyunsaturated oil, such as safflower oil. I had a mild form of Angina myself, and have overcome the problem and increased my ability to run for long periods by the Dr Rinse method. In his book, Carlson Wade indicated a test for pure lecithin granules (soy sourced), as being the ability to disperse rapidly in liquids, and I have used tis as a test for pure lecithin, sourced from Soybeans. Soy flour, apparently does not dissolve. In the book on page 80 it says; Questions: How can I home test my lecithin granule product to make sure it is pure? Answer: Pure or real lecithin granules disperse rapidly in liquids. Soy flour sinks right to the bottom of a liquid; it is not a natural emulsifier and does NOT dissolve. Test your granules and see what happens. I found the heart studies formula, based on Dr Rinse's formula, and the Exsula Xtrapure Lecithin. The heart studies formula always dissolves in cold water, so does the apple fiber. At the moment, I'm taking the heart studies formula every day. Thank you for your help, which is much appreciated..
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I love adding lecithin to my morning smoothies because it makes them taste so much creamier. I started using it for the promised benefits of clearer thinking, lower cholesterol and more energy. I have continued because of the taste. I like Exsula Lecithin because it is derived from non-GMO soy beans. Non-GMO is important to me.
I am quite cynical, especially in the field of nutritional supplements. My wife has been on a lot of medication because of her epileptic seizures that cause her constipation and other side effects. You have no idea how happy I am to report that her seizures have decreased both in frequency and intensity, but best of all, she is enjoying regular bowel movements. It may sound trivial, but it is a big deal for a person plagued by this.
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I'm in love with this product. Beats the granules by miles and miles. Perfect in homemade dressings and nutmilks. I love how it gives my family's meals a complete nutritional boost. My salad dressings are a hit every day and I know it's because of the lecithin!
I bought these superfoods after researching other sites like optimumlivingfoods and the 30 day raw food diets. These super blend powders are said to be derived from an eclectic mix of raw, living plant-based super foods. I add Lecithen because it was recommended to help the body absorb fat soluble nutrients. So I added the Lecithen as part of a combined mixture of other superfood powders which I prepare ahead of time in a dozen sets of 4 oz tupperware containers and keep them stored in the freezer. Into each container I add a teaspoon each of Golden Flaxseed Meal, Psyllium fiber, Apple Fiber, Iridesca, Advancium, ZoeTein, Ellagiplex, Lecithen, and Strataflora. Twice a day, I add the contents of one of these frozen tupperwares superblends, to 20 oz of prilled water and juice. I mix the powder and liquid in a 20 oz shaker bottle, and drink it. I did this two or three times a day for almost four days straight on Jan 20-23, with almost nothing in between but clean, prilled water to which I added fresh squeezed lemon juice. I also supplemented the superfood smoothies with slices of apples, celery, and carrots. I stopped when I saw too many Domino ads for a pepperoni, mushroom, garlic butter crust pizza. Too long a story here to explain more, but I have resolved to resume this protocol on Ash Wednesday, when Lent starts. There is a support group at my job, who are currently doing a similar detox with different ingredients.