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Choline

Choline is very important in controlling fat & cholesterol buildup in the body; prevents fat from accumulating in the liver; facilitates the movement of fats in the cells; helps regulate the kidneys, liver & gallbladder; important for nerve transmission; helps improve memory. PHOSPHATIDYL CHOLINE
is the most significant component of lecithin. Medical studies have also shown that PC is beneficial in neurological disorders, memory loss and depression. It emulsifies and breaks down fat deposits in the body, which make it helpful in the prevention of arteriosclerosis, heart disease, gallstones and liver problems. Phosphatidyl Choline is three times more potent than lecithin. It is necessary for the body’s natural production of acetycholine, which provides the necessary ‘spark’ to nerve endings throughout the body, conducting nervous impulses and assuring the brain receives body messages. Without an adequate supply of lecithin the body’s nerve system may become over tense. For this reason phosphatidyl choline is sometimes used in drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres where patients are often found to be deficient in brain neurotransmitters. The brain’s use of it is not restricted to physical messages. It may also be useful for enhancing memory and promoting clear thinking. The ability of phosphatidyl choline to break down fatty deposits in the bloodstream may make it invaluable to those suffering from arteriosclerosis, gall-bladder and heart disease.By emulsifying unwanted fats, phosphatidyl choline may effectively increase blood circulation. It also assists in the absorption of important fat soluble vitamins, A, E, D and K, ensuring the body is able to utilize them to receive the maximum benefits they bring.

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