Lecithin For Alzheimer's Disease
Choline is converted into acetylcholine,which brain cells use to transmit nerve messages. Lecithin is a
rich dietary source of choline. In theory, lecithin should be good for alzheimer
patients, who lack acetylcholine in their brains. However, studies have found no
favorable effects of lecithin on cognition in alzheimer patients. A systemic
review of all lecithin studies by the Cochrane Review concludes that lecithin is
of no benefit for alzheimer patients .