Choline - Inositol

Choline - Inositol from Nutrition Pure and Simple 888.953.5553
Price: $12.00
100 Tablets       SKU: VMCI

How do Choliine and Inositol Work?

Benefits of Choline - Inositol
  • Help for Fatigue
  • Help Sleep
  • Help with Brain Function
Choline (B4) and Inositol (B8) are part of the B-Complex Vitamins, and they work best when used in conjunction with all of them.  Choline functioning with Inositol as a constituent of Lecithin, is present in the body of all living cells and is widely distributed in animal and plant tissues.

Choline and Inositol have been used by people experiencing fatigue and trouble sleeping.  Some hormones in the brain depend on inositol to aid with proper function.  These hormones promote a sense of well-being and happiness

Choline is not by strict definition a vitamin because the body can make it. It is, however, an essential nutrient because the body cannot make enough for optimal function.   Most of the choline is used as phosphatidyl choline, which provides the structural integrity for all cells.   A small amount is used to produce acetyl choline, which is involved in neural transmission.   Many other choline-containing phospholipids are involved in cell signaling and gene activation.

Phosphatidylcholine is required for the assembly of very low density lipo proteins (VLDL), which are required for fat transport.   If there is a choline deficiency, phosphatidylcholine, fat and cholesterol accumulate in the liver causing Fatty Liver.   If Folic, B6 and B12 are low, then choline becomes a very important as a source of methyl groups (CH3).

Choline deficiency is associated with an increased incidence of spontaneous liver cancer and increased sensitivity to carcinogenic chemicals.

The aging brain has been shown to have decreased amounts of acetylcholine, B6, B12 and Folic Acid.

Inositol, like choline, can be made in the human body.   While it is not essential, there are circumstances secondary to diet manipulation (low fat diets), surgery, and aging where it must be supplied.   Its major use is the production of phosphatidyl inositol.   Phosphatidyl Inositol is unusual in that it contain Stearic Acid in the sn1 position and arachidonic acid in the sn2 position.   Both phosphatidyl inositol and arachidonic acid are decreased in the aging brain.   It has been suggested that both cognitive function and depression of aging are related to these decreased levels.

John W Jones, MD, MPH

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease

Choline - Inositol Supplement Facts: 

Serving Size: 1 Tablet    Servings per Container: 100

Description:  250 mg Choline (Choline Bitartrate), 250 mg Inositol.

Other Ingredients: Microcrystalline cellulose, stearic acid, magnesium stearate.

Suggested Use: One tablet daily or as directed by a qualified health professional.

All of the ingredients in this product are supplied by well respected USA and/or European vendors and all are analyzed for purity and quality.

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