Posted by Bryan Logan on 06:17 PM, 15-Nov-12


Choline is a nutrient comparable to the B vitamins family and is documented as an essential substance. Like the B vitamins set, choline is water-soluble and is regularly connected with the family although isn't an official substance of that set. Choline was found in 1864 and is documented to be vital to a lot systems of the body particularly in early development which is why there are extraordinary levels of the nutrient in human milk; although it's still not known commonly. It is the head group of Phosphatidylcholines (PPC), a main substance of biological membranes that have been demonstrated in studies to help mend the liver and protect it from accumulating fat. In addition choline is similarly a precursor of Acetylcholine, which is a neurotransmitter accountable for memory encoding.


Enhances rememerance and learning ability

Secures liver from amassing fat

Maybe effective for lessening the effects of Asthma

Aids with controlling body weight and cholesterol levels


Choline can be problematic to get on a regular diet with only a minor amount found in several food sources, the principal quantity being found in beef liver (418mg in 100g) and in eggs (112g in a whole large egg). The RDA choline dosage is 550mg for an {adult|mature|grown-up) male a day, however that is the tiniest amount required. Although it should be kept in mind that you shouldn't go past 3.5 grams a day to avoid unwelcome side effects like low blood pressure diarrhea and fishy body odor(not kidding).


Posted by Bryan Logan on 06:01 PM, 15-Nov-12

Acetyl-L-carnitine Mechanism Acetyl-L-carnitine is an acetylated derivative of the amino acid L-carnitine; it contains both superior bioavailability and unique properties outside the L-carnitine molecule. Acetyl-l-carnitine contains an variety of merits from improved endurance to the donation of acetyl molecule in the brain to produce acetyl-choline, a potent neurotransmitter designated in memory function and learning. Recent research has in addition indicated acetyl-L-carnitine can... [Read More]


Posted by Bryan Logan on 08:35 PM, 13-Nov-12

Piracetam Piracetam is maybe the most recognised nootropic, and debatably began the whole nootropic scene. Found in the 1960s, when it was exploited to treat motion sickness, it wasn't until the early 70s that its neuroproductive merits were originally found. Part of the racetam set, piracetam works much the same way as other racetams such as aniracetam and pramiracetam, but it... [Read More]

Coconut oil

Posted by Bryan Logan on 05:32 PM, 12-Nov-12

Introduction Coconut oil, medium chain fatty acids and monoglycerides have been garnering accolade in organic and health-food crowd over the last few years; primarily identified as a dangerous oil, high in saturated fats and indicated in heart-disease - coconut oil is undergoing a dramatic metamorphosis. The root of this change revolves around two key conceptions:a old examination presents the harmful properties... [Read More]