The Power of natural ingredients

__________________________________________________________________________Kolin - Choline______________________________________________________________________
liver - nerve - muscle -  Alzheimer - metabolism - methylation - memory


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Choline is a macronutrient that’s important for liver function, normal braindevelopment, nerve function, muscle movement, supporting energy levelsand maintaining a healthy metabolism. Choline is present in the form of phosphatidycholine, a compound that makes up the structural component of fat, and thus can be found in different types of foods that naturally contain certain fats. Choline plays a part in several important processes within the body that are carried out hundreds of times, every single day.

Choline is a water soluble nutrient that is related to other vitamins, such as folate and those in the B vitamin complex family. Just like B vitamins, choline plays a similar role in terms of supporting energy and brain function, as well as keeping the metabolism                                                           active.

Choline is not actually considered a mineral or a vitamin, but is known to be an essential micronutrient needed for many functions of the body, especially for brain function.
Choline can be found naturally in foods including eggs, liver, beef, salmon, cauliflower, Brussel sprouts and breast milk. In fact, eggs are sometimes called “brain food” because they are known for supplying high amounts of choline.
Choline helps in the
process of methylation, which is used to create DNA, for nerve signaling, and for detoxification.