Soy vs sunflower

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Soy vs sunflower

Post Number:#1  Post by dazed1 » Tue Dec 29, 2015 9:06 am

Hi, for home made vit c, which is better?

Does using sunflower make anything less efficient?

Any pros and cons? which substance improve the absorption? and does it at all? thanks.

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Re: Soy vs sunflower

Post Number:#2  Post by Annee » Sat Dec 31, 2016 3:04 am

I read somewhere on the internet that said that soy lecithin has a plethora of potential health risks by Dr. Mercola when talking about Liposomal products long time ago, I'm not sure about the sunflowers.
But have you done the homemade vitamin C??

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Re: Soy vs sunflower

Post Number:#3  Post by BrightSideOfLife » Sat Feb 04, 2017 5:46 am

dazed1 wrote:Hi, for home made vit c, which is better?

Does using sunflower make anything less efficient?

Any pros and cons? which substance improve the absorption? and does it at all? thanks.

Sunflower lecithin is lower in Phosphatidyl Choline than Soy lecithin. That might affect the result unless you compensate for the lower PC, maybe use slightly larger amount of lecithin.

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Re: Soy vs sunflower

Post Number:#4  Post by skwoodwiva » Sat Feb 04, 2017 3:47 pm

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Re: Soy vs sunflower

Post Number:#5  Post by skwoodwiva » Sat Feb 04, 2017 3:49 pm

Annee wrote:I read somewhere on the internet that said that soy lecithin has a plethora of potential health risks by Dr. Mercola when talking about Liposomal products long time ago, I'm not sure about the sunflowers.
But have you done the homemade vitamin C??

From a perpetrator of a fraudulent lipisomal C scam, you seek advice?

Edit
Look closely at his liposomal c. Read worst reviews on Amazon.
There is a lot of negative evidence.

End rant.
There is much more that is known about soy than unknown about sunflower.
For those conscious of a blood type, food lectin, relation to toleration of supplements.
From http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah ... 326418910/
Dr. Peter D'Adamo 1/13/2012: "This is an interesting point. I had always thought that soy lecithin had at least some of the same protein structure are soy. However talking with a few industry people, I was surprised to find out that soy lecithin does not have any soy DNA in it, let alone soy protein. It is just the highly specific nature of the purification process. Phosphatidyl compounds go one way and proteins (hence DNA) go the other."

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Re: Soy vs sunflower

Post Number:#6  Post by Annee » Sun Feb 05, 2017 2:29 am

skwoodwiva wrote:
Annee wrote:I read somewhere on the internet that said that soy lecithin has a plethora of potential health risks by Dr. Mercola when talking about Liposomal products long time ago, I'm not sure about the sunflowers.
But have you done the homemade vitamin C??

From a perpetrator of a fraudulent lipisomal C scam, you seek advice?

Edit
Look closely at his liposomal c. Read worst reviews on Amazon.
There is a lot of negative evidence.

End rant.
There is much more that is known about soy than unknown about sunflower.
For those conscious of a blood type, food lectin, relation to toleration of supplements.
From http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah ... 326418910/
Dr. Peter D'Adamo 1/13/2012: "This is an interesting point. I had always thought that soy lecithin had at least some of the same protein structure are soy. However talking with a few industry people, I was surprised to find out that soy lecithin does not have any soy DNA in it, let alone soy protein. It is just the highly specific nature of the purification process. Phosphatidyl compounds go one way and proteins (hence DNA) go the other."

Thanks for your information :)


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