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The Effects of Lecithin on Digestion and Its Potential Health Benefits

Lecithin is a type of fat molecule that has a long history of use in both food and medicine, with its benefits ranging from aiding digestion to supporting brain health.

In the food industry, lecithin is highly sought after for its versatility and functionality, making it a widely used ingredient in various products such as chocolates, baked goods, dressings, and sauces. Manufacturers understand that the addition of lecithin can improve the texture, stability, and shelf life of their products.

It also provides many health benefits when consumed. Full details in our latest LinkedIn article here.

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How to Incorporate Rapeseed Lecithin into Food Formulations

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What is Rapeseed Lecithin?

What is Rapeseed Lecithin?

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