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The importance of phospholipids, which are the main component of fractionated and highly purified lecithins, is increasing in the pharmaceutical industry. Their function as a technical excipient in the preparation of medicinal products is particularly appreciated.

Lecithins or their phospholipids can thus be used in many different applications and as components of active ingredients e.g.

food Grade Soya Lecithin
  • for checking the levels of cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood
  • for stabilizing the membrane function
  • for treating fat metabolism disorders
  • for treating arteriosclerosis
  • for the treatment of liver and bile diseases
  • for stabilizing the lung surfactant
  • for improving the functioning of nerves and brain
  • for strengthening the constitu

The emulsifying and stabilizing effect is particularly important when used as an excipient:

  • as emulsifier for infusion solutions
  • for the synthesis of liposomes
  • as lubricant and distribution agent for suppository masses
  • as stabilizer for suspensions and emulsions

Lecithins can play an important role in the formulation because they have many positive effects on the human metabolism.

Phosphatidylcholine is able to lower the cholesterol and LDL levels in the body and increase the HDL level. Furthermore, the substance can strengthen the liver and thus prevent liver damage.

An important nutrient for the human brain is phosphatidylserine. Phosphatidylserine optimizes the release of neuro-transmitters and thus improves the energy metabolism in the brain.

lecithin as additive has a lot of positive effects:

  • Strengthening of the immune system
  • Reduction of cholesterol levels
  • Improvement of liver damages
  • Increase in the ability to concentrate
  • Improvement of mental activity
  • Support in the regeneration phase after sports activity