Choline: water-soluble vitamin, usually grouped within the B-complex vitamins
Choline is similar to the B vitamins. It can be made in the liver. It is also found in foods such as liver, muscle meats, fish, nuts, beans, peas, spinach, wheat germ, and eggs.
Choline supplements help to potentiate nootropics, making it even more effective. If you want to see greater improvements to your learning, memory, reasoning, concentration and energy level then using a Choline Stack is a great idea.
What is the best supplement to take with racetams and how much choline should you take? There are four main options – Choline salt, Alpha GPC, Centrophenoxine and Citicoline.
Choline is used for liver disease, including chronic hepatitis and cirrhosis. It is also used for depression, memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, Huntington’s chorea, Tourette’s disease, a brain disorder called cerebellar ataxia, certain types of seizures, and a mental condition called schizophrenia.
Athletes use it for bodybuilding and delaying fatigue in endurance sports.
Choline is taken by pregnant women to prevent neural tube defects in their babies and it is used as a supplement in infant formulas.
Other uses include preventing cancer, lowering cholesterol, and controlling asthma.
- CDP-choline: (Citicoline) a highly bioavailable form of choline
- Alpha-GPC: (Choline alphoscerate) a highly bioavailable choline source
- Carnitine / Acetyl-L-Carnitine: transports long-chain acyl groups from fatty acids into the mitochondria where they can be broken down through β-oxidation to generate usable energy