Fearns Soya Food Liquid Lecithin 32 OunceCategory: Natural Soya LecithinVegetable Supplement - Liquid LecithinNatural - Not Bleached Lecithin is another name for phisohatidylcholine, one of the phosolipids. Phosolipids are indespensable components of cell membranes and also natural emulsifiers, helping fat dissolve in water. Lecithin also contains Phosphatidial Serine, Phosphatidyl Inositol and Phospholipids Ethanolamine. Phospholipids contain fatty acids. Lecithin contains Choline which is used in the body to manufacture brain neurotransmitters. Lecithin helps support a healthier cardiovascular system. Directions Take one to four tablespoons daily or as directed by a physician. Liquid Lecithin may be added to blender, as a drink, and many recipes or it may be taken directly from the bottle.Lecithin Blender Shake: Put 8 oz. water into a blender and add 3 level tbsp. non fat dry milk, 2 level tbsp. natural soya powder, 1 tbsp. liquid Lecithin, and 1 tsp. honey. Blend 2 minutes. For additional flavor blend in fruits, berries, or a scoop of ice cream.Lecithin-Tomato Drink: Put 8 oz. tomato juice in a blender and add 1 tbsp. plain yogurt and 1 tbsp. liquid Lecithin. Blend 2 - 3 minutes. Vary by using tomato vegetable juice or adding favorite herbs and spices.Non-Stick Cooking: Mix two parts liquid Lecithin into one part vegetable oil. Brush onto bakeware just before cooking. Keep extra mixture in refrigerator.Cooked Cereals: Stir 1 tbsp. liquid Lecithin into a serving of your favorite hot, cooked cereal before adding milk and honey.Add Lecithin: To sauces, salad dressings and gravies. Simply mix 1 tbsp. of liquid Lecithin into hot sauces and gravies or replace 1 tbsp. of oil used in salad dressings or baked goods with liquid Lecithin. Liquid Lecithin may be whipped into softened butter, margarine or peanut butter. Disclaimer These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.