Arkocaps Soy Lecithin 150 capsules Arkopharma
Arkocaps Soy Lecithin 150 capsules Arkopharma is a food supplement rebalancing cholesterol levels.
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What is Arkocaps Soy Lecithin Arkopharma used for?
Arkopharma Arkocaps Soy Lecithin is a food supplement formulated with soy lecithin . Soy Lecithin is a natural emulsifier that helps maintain the correct balance of cholesterol.
Soy lecithin increases the amount of acetylcholine in the brain, and promotes the exchange of nerve impulses between the brain and the cells that make up the body. Acetylcholine is involved in memory storage and retrieval, concentration and in the efficiency of nerve signals.
The capsules are designed with 100% vegetable elements, without coloring or chemical additives. They are formulated without GMOs, without synthetic chemical pesticides, in accordance with the regulations in force. Vegan. Made in France.
How to properly use Arkocaps Soy Lecithin 150 Arkopharma capsules?
Take 3 capsules a day at mealtimes with a large glass of water.
What is the composition of Arkocaps Soy Lecithin 150 Arkopharma capsules?
Arkocaps Soy Lecithin 150 capsules Arkopharma is formulated with:
Soy lecithin (Glycine max), Organic soybean oil (Glycine max).
100% vegetable capsule: Modified starch, Glycerol, Gelling agent: Carrageenans.
|Average nutritional information||for 3 caps|
What are the side effects and contraindications?
Internal use. follow the dosage. Store in a clean, dry place away from heat, light and moisture. Always keep out of reach of children. Pregnant and breastfeeding women seek advice from a healthcare professional. A food supplement is not a medicine, it cannot replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Arkocaps Soy Lecithin 150 capsules Arkopharma comes in the form of a box containing 150 capsules.
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