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CD57
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I'm supposed to add this in....anyone have a good source of quality stuff not too expensive? would rather have powder mixed in a drink than a capsule.
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I believe this is one of the couple main components in soy lecithin granules. I used to take this one, they are very fatty and chewy, not really a powder, but I would just take by the spoon, or sometimes mix into food like oatmeal. I actually thought they tasted kind of good.
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i think you're right michael
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This is the one that my doctors have always said is the best. Also, it's best in a soft gel. It's

expensive but I'm sure you can shop around for a better price. I just used this link to show you the product.

https://www.emersonecologics.com/Products/EmersonMain/PID-PHOS2.aspx

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I buy Lecithin granules at Vitamin Shoppe - their own brand is cheaper than most. I do have Phosphatidylcholine capsules and also an expensive powder from the naturopath, but I tend to use the Lecithin granules every morning in my whey protein shake.

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Good Powdered form:

http://www.vitaminproline.com/phosphatidyl-choline-powder-300-gms-designs-for-health.html

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Never tried that one but Designs for Health is a very good company that produces high quality products.
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I read that it's good to try to find one made from organic soy. Much of the soy is GMO. Just something you may want to look for. I haven't been taking this product for a while.

Lecithin is a emulsifier. You can easily blend it into a health drink or shake.

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http://www.bodybio.com/storecategory128.aspx

produced for Patricia Kane, lots of options here

I am still confused as to what it does and i am to take it orally soo, can anyone explain??

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Make certain you are not allergic to soy. Most people with a chronic ailment are allergic to it, because soy is in literally everything.
Many supplements are soy based.

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