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Re: lecithin and its diff forms

Posted by Larry Hoover on December 2, 2002, at 9:49:16

In reply to Re: lecithin and its diff forms Larry Hoover, posted by IsoM on December 2, 2002, at 2:18:57

> Larry, rather than do a lot of writing (I'm feeling lazy), I'll just explain a bit & give you links to look over, if you don't mind.
>
> Soy lecithin doesn't just have phosphatidylcholine in it but there's other phopholipids in it too. One site mentions phosphatidylethanolamine, phosphatidylinositol, & phosphatidic acid too as the main ones. Shows my ignorance - I hadn't heard of the first or last one mentioned.

I've had problems in the past with confusion over terminology. Some people think that lecithin is an equivalent term for phosphatidylcholine. I just wanted to make sure what you were saying to me. Thanks for the links. From the info on this site, I'd presume that the stuff I saw was the crudest form, roughly 40% fat, 20% misc., and 40% phosphatides. I'm going to go and buy some, and see if it is palatable straight up. Looks like it's a decent source for sphyngolipids (up to 8%).

Soya lecithin provides three of the four membrane phosphatides. What's missing (less than 1%) is phosphatidylserine. Unfortunately, PS is expensive, and it is the most necessary to supplement because there aren't too many good natural sources for it.

 

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