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2. DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
Choline is a water-soluble vitamin. It converts fats into smaller water-soluble substances, similar to the role of bile. This function promotes the distribution of fat-soluble nutrients into the bloodstream and into developing cells which are primarily made of fats. The name ‘chole’ is taken from the Greek word meaning bile.
Choline needs the other B complex vitamins to be effective, especially folate and vitamin B3.
6. NERVOUS SYSTEM
Choline is essential for the nervous system; it is vital for the prevention and treatment of such conditions as Parkinson’s disease, attention deficit disorder, Alzheimer’s disease, autism, poor memory, hyperactivity and various nervous conditions. Most processed foods are deficient in choline.
The substance termed lecithin, made from corn or soy beans and available as a supplement, is vital for the replenishment of choline reserves. The body can only produce lecithin when it has sufficient choline.
19. BRAIN SYSTEM
The brain needs lecithin to function properly; over 28% of brain matter is composed of lecithin. Research has shown that in mentally impaired persons brain lecithin content is often as low as 19%. Stress and nervousness rapidly use up the lecithin reserves. Lecithin is a natural tranquilliser, it promotes a good night’s sleep and protects against fatigue and insomnia. A deficiency of choline can lead to cardiovascular disease, renal failure, hardened arteries, high blood pressure, weak blood capillaries, high cholesterol, infertility, liver disorders and obesity.
Choline can be made with healthy intestinal bacteria.
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