Lewis Labs International, The Lecithin from Lewis Labs, 16 oz (454 g) (Discontinued Item)
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Lewis Labs Lecithin
2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2819736 on Nov 23, 2007
I've tried NOW Foods lecithin and Lewis Labs and I think I'll go back to NOW Foods. Lewis' was more expensive and I didn't care for the pineapple flavoring the way I thought I would.
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Subtle it is not
Posted by Reviewer3347546 on Dec 19, 2010
If they put slightly less pineapple and coconut in it, it might actually be very tasty. As it is, it is too much and gives you pineapple burps for hours afterwards! I'd rather just have plain lecithin.
non-GMO, but quality has gone way down
Posted by Reviewer2940089 on Feb 19, 2008
This product used to have tastier more uniform granule sizes. That is no longer the case. Probably made in China now. I would not buy again.
1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1260279 on Oct 30, 2007
This is very good to strengthen the liver.
Posted by Reviewer2631303 on Aug 21, 2010
My nutritionist, who is a PhD who works with Olympic athletes, recommended lecitihin to me. He says that is is pharmaceutical grade, and thus 2x the strength of the other lecithin granules out there. He says that together with a good mixed tocopherol vitamin e and a good quality EPA, it helps to make any plaque one might make in one's arteries slippery. He and my other nutrition advisor say that this prevents clogging of the arteries-that it's not cholesterol that's the problem, but plaque. if you make it (some don't) this supposedly keeps it from sticking. Sounds good to me! And it tastes good to me too, this product, flavorful but not sweet.