Mental processes like memory and attention are complex processes, so they cannot be addressed with a single pathway. At the same time, it is well-known that acetylcholine (Ach) is central to our mental function, and especially our ability to focus and to remember facts and verbal information. Acetylcholine is made in the nervous system from a B-vitamin-like raw material called choline which comes from lecithin. Lecithin, found in foods such as eggs, soybeans, peanuts, and liver, is the predominant source of choline in the human diet.
Health Benefits of Choline Bitartrate
Growing evidence now suggests that dietary choline is very important for the prevention of many pathologic conditions, and has been used as a dietary supplement for the purpose of treating or preventing several human diseases including arteriosclerosis and certain deficiencies of brain function and memory.
Choline has also been shown to be essential for proper brain development in infants and children. In fact, supplementation of animal diets with choline or lecithin at particular times of brain development has been shown to permanently increase cognitive function. Lower levels of acetylcholine are associated with memory loss and learning difficulties that occur in aging brains. In one experiment, university students improved test scores after taking supplemental choline.
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