CHOLINE: B - Complex Vitamin is good for our bodies. Unfortunately our bodies can't produce on it's own, so have to...
Physicians and nutritionists encourage pregnant women to eat a laundry list of things which includes: egg yolks, peanuts, wheat germ, liver, meat, fish, milk, cheese, vegetables: mainly broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower. Have you ever wonder why? Do you want me to tell you? Don’t have to answer, I’m going to tell you anyway… These foods are high in Choline.
WHAT IS CHOLINE?
Choline is one of the B-complex vitamins. It is Amino Acid that protects the brain and liver from birth throughout lifetime. important note: Our bodies are not able to produce on it’s own. My daughter has autism and I suffered with migraines. I must say, once we started including choline in our diet, the ailments we had slowed down and ceased. My daughter still has autism, but is able to focus a lot more…
Choline is one of the B-complex vitamins. It is Amino Acid that protects the brain and liver from birth throughout lifetime.
THE LIVER: Choline is needed in any health concerns invovling the liver, such as cirrhosis and alcoholism, because its helps transport of fats and fat metabolism.
BRAIN: Choline is a precursor (building block) for acetylcholine- the neurotransmitter- that is vital to encoding memory. When choline is in good supply, your neurons are more apt to make and release acetylcholine. Blocking production of acetylcholine in brain cells impairs memory; flooding brain cells with acetylcholine may overcome some memory deficits. That’s the theory of some drugs used to treat Alzheimer’s and dementia. Choline is a critical constituent of fat in brain cell membranes, influencing their structure and facilitating transmission of signals from the cell exterior to the nucleus, a momentous task. Additionally, choline helps suppress homocysteine in the blood that is associated with brain disturbances, memory damage, seizures and even Alzheimer’s, and strokes. Choline also improves memory with the geriatric population and also helps with learning for slower learners.
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