The newest of the B vitamins, was discovered for the first time in 1998, it has several unique connections to fat, and its name reflects that chole = bile in Greek. Bile is the liver’s unique fluid for processing fat.
Choline is also important for the proper transmission of nerve pulses from the brain through the central nervous system as well as gallbladder regulation, liver function and lecithin formation. Lecithin: type of lipid needed by every living cell of the body. The cell membranes, which regulate passage of nutrients in and out of cells are mainly composed of LECITHIN.
Choline also aids in hormone production and minimizes excess fat in the liver by assisting in fat and cholesterol metabolism
A lack of choline will result in brain function and memory impairment as well as produce symptoms such as:
**Note: this post is not meant to diagnose, treat or cure any illnesses. It is for informational purposes only. Always read and follow the labels when taking supplements and always consult a healthcare professional.
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