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Choline is nutrient that is present in many of the foods we eat. Eggs are one of the richest sources of choline and contain about 1.5g per egg.1
In the brain, choline is converted into acetylcholine – a neurotransmitter responsible for learning and memory. As such, cholinergic nootropics are typically sought after as a reliable way of raising levels of acetylcholine in the brain.
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