Phosphatidylcholine is a phospholipid (PL). These are essential components of all human cell membranes. Phosphatidylcholine is the most abundant PL in the body. As we age, become ill or our cell membranes become damaged by toxins, toxic metals, smoking, environmental chemicals or even stress, Phosphatidylcholine is reduced.
Our brains are about 60% fat, and so are particularly susceptible to trapping fat soluble toxins and the loss of Phosphatidylcholine. Additionally, Phosphatidylcholine is important in acetylcholine metabolism, an important compound for memory, mood, and other brain functions.
Phosphatidylcholine is important in maintaining cell structure, not just in the brain but in all cells of the body. It is involved in fat metabolism, memory, nerve signaling as a precursor to important neurotransmitters and liver health.
While oral Phosphatidylcholine can be a great maintenance treatment, IV’s are more likely to reverse long term injury.
Clinical use suggests IV Phosphatidylcholine may be beneficial in:
- Metal Toxicity (Lead, Mercury, Cadmium, etc.)
- Neurodegenerative conditions such as MS, Autism, ALS, Parkinson’s, or Alzheimer’s
- Autoimmune disorders
- Toxic Mold exposures
- Chronic infections
This results in improved metabolism such as”
- Improve and protect cell membranes in the blood, blood vessels, liver, heart, lungs, pancreas, brain and more.
- Transport fats consumed in the diet through the blood to tissues that require them.
- Support blood flow and circulation.
- Support liver and kidney function.
- Support pancreatic function.
- Support heart function.
- Boost immunity.
- Support memory.
- Support libido and sexual function.
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