Nootropics Choline 101

Nootropics Choline 101: Choline is an essential nutrient for the body. Found in many foods like eggs, beef, milk, and peanuts. Its helps the integrity of cells, provides choline for Acetylcholine (a neurotransmitter tied to muscle control and memory), and works with the liver in many metabolic processes.

Choline can be found in many supplemental forms, usually lecithin (phosphatidyl-choline) from soy or sunflower, or in multis and B-complex vitamins in its basic forms. Choline is a lipotropic factor (fat burning) and has potent benefits in the brain and muscles for establishing that elusive mind muscle connection.

In sports nutrition and nootropic communities you will find some advanced forms labeled as CDP-Choline, Alpha-GPC, Choline Bitartrate, etc. Each have their own unique benefits, and some are a bit pricier than others. As you can imagine the forms most associated with performance benefits fall into the higher price points. Though

Simply upping your choline game could provide some quick results if you are deficient (don’t throw out the egg yolks!). USDA reports most Americans are below the adequate intake amount. It’s especially important around pregnancy so if you are planning on adding stick figure stickers to the back of your car, read up on pre-natal nutrition.

Choline can be found in many supplemental forms, usually lecithin (phosphatidyl-choline) from soy or sunflower, or in multis and B-complex vitamins in its basic forms. Choline is a lipotropic factor (fat burning) and has potent benefits in the brain and muscles for establishing that elusive mind muscle connection.

Future articles will dive further into each unique product and you can find the right form of choline to add to your arsenal.Read more about Nootropics Choline 101.

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