Lecithin can help to break down fat deposits, and is sometimes recommended as part of a weight-loss strategy. Some say it's also good for brain functioning; if you look at natural "brain-boosting" supplements, you'll see that lecithin is often an ingredient.
bee pollen isn't vegan, though :-) oy, vey.....what's a girl to do?
I recently bought some liquid soy lecithin because I heard it was a good thickening / creamy-texture additive to homemade nut milk. All it did was make it gooey, and a little slimy. I prefer my fresh, frothy nut milk without, I think. and forget about what happened when I used that same nut milk to make my little "warm chocolate" drink treat. the lecithin separates into long strands of cheesy yellow stuff. gross!
maybe there is a better use for it but I haven't found it yet.
Lecithin is just a marketed supplement that is not Raw. If your eating Raw and consuming healthy dishes one wouldnt need to consume "supplements". I think people put too much faith in supplements. I myself take MSM so cant speak too much but I take it because it helps me walk up right and without limping again so it has worked well for me.
I am almost avidly against soy though so my opinion is skewed a bit : )
I say, Save money, and skip the supplement all together!