Sunflower Lecithin

Kunder

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Just got a new supply of BCAA from Amazon and noticed that the product now contains sunflower lecithin. Yes it dissolves noticeably better. I coudn't find anything on this type of lecithin in the forum. Does anyone know if its safe?

On the website the nutritional label stayed the same...100% pure BCAA. However on the actual pack that I received the fat per 100g went from O grams to 1 gram, and it lists the lecithin now as an intredient.

Should I return it or keep it?
 

Luann

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I would return it.

Haidut once said, There is no inflammation without PUFA.

Better to not have the BCAA until you can get better.
 

ddjd

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In terms of peat that's a double no. Pufa and Choline.

I personally like a bit of Choline but no pufa obviously
 

achillea

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According to Dr Shade Phd surprisingly the Germans have been able to produce a soy lecithin that is the best. His testing tests shows it has no trace of any protein or fat of soy and is 99+ PC Sunflower still has some of the allerginic proteins in it. He says they are working on it but that the it is not as good.
Most lecithin is junk
 

Kunder

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It is only a tiny amount though.

I'm inclining to agree. I take say 20 grams of BCAA a day, that comes out to 0.2 grams of whatever fat that is, per day. That is nothing. I consume far more PUFA than that in my 2 daily eggs. Hell I get more PUFA from milk than that.
 

Anabolic

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I would personally lean towards using it, but I still eat soy lecithin in certain chocolate bars (calculated risk) so take my advice with a tsp of salt.
 

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