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Choline Bitartrate: natural ingredient of Mycolor

Choline al 41,13%

Choline is an organic substance identified as vital nutrient. Is also known as vitamin J and is sometimes accompanied with vitamins of the B group. It is a component of the lipids making up the cell membrane and the neurotransmitter acetylcholine.
The appropriate assumption for this nutrient was quantified in 550 milligrams per day by the Food and Nutrition Board of the Institute of Medicine the U.S. National Academy Sciences.

Overall benefits of choline

Acts with the inositol to emulsify the fat, which means that secures the fat in liquid form by lowering the probability that they are deposited along the walls of the arteries or in the gallbladder. Helps the liver to not accumulate too much fat and can help prevent and even change some types of liver damage.

Choline may be helpful in lowering cholesterol and stabilize homocysteine levels by aiding the prevention of heart disease. Can be useful in the prevention of some types of cancer and may be indicated for those who suffer from asthma, thanks to its qualities anti-inflammatory. It also helps the mucous of menopausal women to maintain proper humidity.

Choline and benefits for the brain

Choline has been shown to be beneficial in the development of the fetal brain and also to prevent memory loss in the elderly. It is important for the cell structure and is a precursor that maintains the correct functionality of neurotransmitters and in particular for the neurotransmitter acetylcholine.

It can help reduce sleep problems and recurring thoughts and calm overactive mind. It helps the brain to filter out the noises that a hyperactive brain might find it annoying or exciting. Choline provides a great help in helping to reduce anxiety and the panic attacks.

The assumption of choline brings significant benefits for most of mental illnesses and neurological disorders including Huntington’s disease, Tourette’s Syndrome, Friedrich’s ataxia, dementia, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, depression, long-term (unipolar depression) and some cases of Alzheimer’s disease.

It can also reduce the symptoms of tardive dyskinesia. Tardive dyskinesia is a syndrome consisting of abnormal involuntary movements, repetitive, and stereotyped, caused by exposure to chronic dopamine of the receptor-blocking (usually antipsychotic drugs such as haloperidol, prochlorperazine, and metoclopramide).

Although the choline can not be defined a vitamin, it is an essential nutrient. Despite that the humans are able to synthesize small amounts, the choline must be assimilated by the diet in order to maintain health. Most of the choline can be found in fat molecules known as phospholipids, the most common of which is called phosphatidylcholine or lecithin.