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Glycophospholipid supplements are usually derived from soybean, milk, egg yoke, fish or other marine organisms.[1]

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Soybean glycophospholipids[edit | edit source]

Milk glycophospholipids[edit | edit source]

Fish and marine origin glycophospholipids (MPLs)[edit | edit source]

Animal glycophospholipids[edit | edit source]

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