The Difference Between Concentrate Soya Lecithin Liquid And Egg Yolk Lecithin
Published on Apr. 20, 2019
Concentrate Soya Lecithin Liquid are contained in various oils in nature, but their contents are not the same. Among several common oil seeds, soybean and cottonseed are the most, followed by rapeseed. The industrial production can be based on soybeans, so there is the term "soy lecithin" or "soy lecithin".
The general composition of Pharmaceutical Grade Soya Lecithin Liquid is: phosphatidylcholine PC (lecithin) 25-32%, phosphatidylethanolamine PE (cephalin) 15-22%, phosphatidylinositol PI (inositol phospholipid) about 15%, phosphatidyl Glycerol PG (sphingomyelin) is about 16%, phosphatidic acid is about 4%, and other phospholipids are about 8%.
The main difference between egg yolk phospholipids and soybean phospholipids is that phosphatidylcholine is as high as 70% and phosphatidylinositol is only 0.6%. Contains no: phosphatidic acid, phosphatidylserine, N-acylphosphatidylethanolamine, phosphatidylglycerol.