B Complex or Lecithin? Find the Perfect Weight Loss Partner for Your Needs

B Complex

If you love your carbs and lead a sedentary lifestyle.

Fat Regulation

Vitamin B helps regulate hormones called adipocytokines, which control fat storage and metabolism1. It may also boost fat burning in muscles, encouraging your body to use fat for energy instead of storing it.

Improve Sugar Metabolism

Stable blood sugar prevents the dramatic dips that trigger cravings for quick energy sources like carbohydrates.

Mood and Appetite Control

Vitamin B stimulates serotonin production1, a neurotransmitter that influences mood and appetite. Increased serotonin levels can lead to reduced cravings and support weight loss efforts.


If you have a high intake of fatty and fried foods.

Fat Breakdown

Lecithin aids in breaking down both dietary and blood fats into smaller molecules. This makes it easier for the body to utilize these fats as energy fuel instead of storing them as excess fat4.

Choline Power

Lecithin is a rich source of choline, a nutrient crucial for fat metabolism. Choline helps break down fat for energy, preventing conditions like fatty liver or high blood fat levels. Efficient fat metabolism by choline can also promote satiety, leading to reduced calorie intake and potential weight loss2,3.

1. Haidari F, Mohammadshahi M, Zarei M, Haghighizadeh MH, Mirzaee F. The Effect of Pyridoxine Hydrochloride Supplementation on Leptin, Adiponectin, Glycemic Indices, and Anthropometric Indices in Obese and Overweight Women. Clin Nutr Res. 2021 Jul 22;10(3):230-242. doi: 10.7762/cnr.2021.10.3.230. PMID: 34386442; PMCID: PMC8331291.
2. Hanin I, Ansell GB. Lecithin : Technological, Biological, and Therapeutic Aspects. Plenum Press; NY: 1987. pp. 180–181.
3. Elsawy G, Abdelrahman O, Hamza A. Effect of choline supplementation on rapid weight loss and biochemical variables among female taekwondo and judo athletes. J Hum Kinet. 2014 Apr 9;40:77-82. doi: 10.2478/hukin-2014-0009. PMID: 25031675; PMCID: PMC4096089.
4. Gene B. Lecithin & Lipotropics. Literature Education Series on Dietary Supplements, Huntington College of Health Sciences. 2004.https://www.huhs.edu/literature/Lecithin-

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