Phosphatidylcholine has been used in thousands of treatments, and so far no serious side effects of its injection have been reported. So far, there are no known cases of overdose with phosphatidylcholine. The preparation has already been used in medicine before, mainly to protect the liver and reduce blood fat.
Phosphatidylcholine easily penetrates through cell membranes into fat cells and breaks their structure and breaks down triglycerides. The substance is then transported to the liver, where the fats are broken down and then excreted from the body.