Yi En Xi – Soy Lecithin Guardian of Blood Vessels, Defender of Vital Organs
【Main Ingredients】: Soy lecithin, capsule shell (gelatin, glycerin, purified water)
【Composition】: Each capsule contains 1200mg of high-concentration lecithin (high content)
【Product Specifications】: 1.6g × 60 capsules, 1.6g × 60 capsules
【Usage】: Take 1 capsule daily.
【Storage】: Store in a cool, dry place. Refrigerate after opening.
- Individuals with cardiovascular diseases, hypertension, high cholesterol, hyperlipidemia, high blood viscosity, and atherosclerosis.
- Adolescents in developmental and learning stages, elderly individuals seeking brain health and cognitive enhancement, those with declining memory, and individuals under high study or work pressure.
- Individuals with diabetes, gallstones, fatty liver, and impaired liver function.
【Product Features】:Better Source: Made from high-quality organic soybeans grown in North America, avoiding the use of inexpensive genetically modified soybeans.Ultra-Low Temperature Extraction Technology: The entire production process is conducted at temperatures below 15°C to ensure the preservation of lecithin’s active ingredients.High Content: The lecithin from soybeans has an exceptionally high content of active phospholipids, reaching up to 61%.
【Nutritional Knowledge】: Soy lecithin is rich in phospholipids, which are the building blocks of cells and various membranes (such as cell membranes, nuclear membranes, and mitochondrial membranes), aiding in the transport of lipid substances. Moreover, did you know that every living cell in the body requires lecithin? It helps maintain cellular stability and overall health. Lecithin is also known as: the “vascular scavenger,” facilitator of fat and cholesterol transport, messenger of the nervous system, guardian of the brain and liver, natural detoxifier, and a source of insulin, among other functions. “Vascular Scavenger”: As an excellent emulsifier, lecithin emulsifies excess cholesterol and neutral fats in blood vessels, preventing their deposition in arterial vessels and thereby preventing cardiovascular diseases. Without enough lecithin, cell membranes can harden, while its structure protects cells from oxidative damage. Protection of Brain Sheaths: The protective sheaths around the brain are composed of lecithin. Increasing lecithin intake in infants promotes the development of the central nervous system and brain. Lecithin is especially important for the elderly, as it can prevent atherosclerosis and cardiovascular diseases, enhance brain function, aid liver absorption of thiamine (vitamin B1), and facilitate small intestine absorption of vitamin A. Liver Guardian: Prevents fatty liver, cirrhosis, and promotes liver cell regeneration, assisting in liver function recovery. Lecithin is a source of choline and inositol, both beneficial for the liver. It helps restore liver function, prevent fatty liver and cirrhosis, and aids in liver and kidney detoxification. Additionally, it enhances physical strength and helps repair livers damaged by alcohol poisoning. Nutritional Support for Diabetes: Promotes insulin secretion, mediates blood glucose toward normal levels, and prevents complications such as gangrene. Prevention of Senile Dementia: Supplies lecithin to the brain, enhances neural transmission, and prevents or delays the onset of senile dementia. Aids in Gallstone Prevention: 90% of gallstones consist of cholesterol. Lecithin can emulsify excess cholesterol and eliminate it. Neurological Regulation: Nourishes brain nerves, regulates endocrine functions, and improves symptoms of insomnia, anxiety, and irritability in cases of neurasthenia.
【Precautions】: For the elderly taking fish oil, it is advisable to also consume lecithin. While fish oil’s metabolites pass through the liver during lipid reduction, this can burden the liver. Elderly individuals are more susceptible to liver damage. Taking fish oil and lecithin together not only assists in reducing lipids but also enhances liver excretion function, thereby protecting the liver from damage.