Unlocking the versatility of soy lecithin: insights into its applications in food, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics
What is soy lecithin?
Lecithin is a naturally occurring fatty substance that is found in various living organisms, with egg yolks and soybeans being some of the richest dietary sources. It is one of the most versatile byproducts of the oilseed industry and an important ingredient in the food, cosmetics, and pharmaceutical industry serving both as an emulsifier and stabilizer.
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