A phospholipid found in sunflower seeds, Sunflower lecithin is:
Used in culinary practices
A source of essential fatty acids (EFAs)
Supports overall wellness**
What is Sunflower Lecithin?
Sunflower lecithin is a type of phospholipid abundant in sunflower seeds. This fatty substance is obtained by dehydrating a sunflower seed and extracting it from the gum. A source of Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs), Sunflower lecithin supports cardiovascular health and promote overall wellness.**
Sunflower lecithin has become extremely popular as both an ingredient in recipes and in supplements among those that want the benefits of lecithin but are allergic to soy. It is an emulsifier that endows foods with a creamy and smooth texture. It's often used in chocolates, faux butters and baked goods, such as muffins.
Sunflower Lecithin Supplements
Sunflower Lecithin supplements are available in capsules, powders, granules, liquids and soft gels. Piping Rock Sunflower Lecithin supplements are available in liquid and quick release soft gels for optimal absorption.
Directions For Use
Always consult with your trusted healthcare provider prior to adding any supplement to your regimen. There is no set recommended daily allowance for Sunflower Lecithin supplements. Refer to individual label directions for more information.