Lecithin rich foods

by prathamesh gharat last updated -

 Likes  Comments

While some remedies for gallstones consist of treating the problem once it is already painfully in place, there are certain natural treatments to prevent their formation in the first place. Lecithin is a particular type of phospholipid that inhibits the formation of gallstones, and this substance can be found in a number of common foods. The most accessible sources of lecithin include eggs, cod, milk, beans, brussels sprouts and broccoli. As with most health issues, it is always better to prevent, rather than treat, and lecithin-rich foods do exactly that when dealing with gallstones.

DMCA.com Protection Status
References
About the Author
Rate this article
Average rating 0.0 out of 5.0 based on 0 user(s).

Latest Health News:

Doctor vaccinating male patient in the clinic

Adult Tetanus, Diphtheria Booster Doses Not Needed

Despite WHO recommendation to discontinue booster vaccination for diphtheria and tetanus once childhood vaccinations are completed, many countries still…

READ MORE
A woman holding her chest while sitting on a bench outdoors

The Spread & Control of Coronavirus: An Overview

The latest developments in the coronavirus outbreak have been of the building pace with which it is crossing new territories. From Bahrain to Afghanistan and…

READ MORE
A compilation of fruits and vegetables on a counter

Study Finds Link Between Food And Type of Stroke

We know that certain foods lower the risk of cardiovascular diseases, but is there a link between different food groups with stroke subtypes? A large-scale…

READ MORE