1. Alison at |

    After 12 years of migraines, I too have discovered that Soy Lecithin has been giving me severe migraines that last 3 days. My migraine triggers also include MSG. So if I want to live migraine free then I have to avoid processed foods.

  2. Lea at |

    Very interesting. But many of us use lecithin for health concerns, such as cholesterol level.
    Where do you get the choline (and inositol) for your brain?
    If from B-complex tablets, where do these companies source it?

  3. Robert at |

    I am sorry but Soy Lecithin is not something bad for health as you pretend.
    It is like plenty of food, this product is good, but not if you take too much, which is a lot. Please speak about real bad things, like some preservatives of hydrogenared oil, by example.

    1. Laura at |


      I just took a MRT and lecithin came back as the strongest reaction that I have. If you suffered like I have and others have then you would not say she is pretending. Food makes me sick and lecithin makes me sick and I did not previously take in an extreme amount. Please don’t discount people and the issues they have with additives. Everyone is different.

  4. Karen Patrick at |

    Wow I thought I was the only person in the world with this problem. After identifying soy lecithin was causing massive migraines my life has changed dramatically. It’s amazing how many products this ingredient is in. I even discovered it is in tea and now only buy organic tea which isn’t a problem. Have also discovered I can buy some candy from Australia (home) which doesn’t have it in (yum yum)

  5. Charri Terry at |

    I have the same issue. Started three years ago, I can do soy, but not the lecithin, makes me really sick. And I find that “natural flavors” use it as well. I found that out and it is undeniably true, no more Pepsi :(. As for a cooking spray, check out sams club bakers and chefs brand. No soy lecithin :). And for chocolate chips,look in whole foods for enjoy life chocolate chips (they also make chocolate bars).

  6. Max Miesner at |

    Lecithin is a generic term to designate any group of yellow-brownish fatty substances occurring in animal and plant tissues composed of phosphoric acid. ,””,`

    Regards http://www.healthmedicinelab.com/anti-inflammation-diet/


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