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Any of a class of phospholipids that contain a choline group and are a major component of cell membranes. Also called lecithin.

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(Biochemistry) the systematic name for lecithin
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Looking beyond reduction of toxic metals through IV treatments, Anita Baxas, MD, of Miami, Florida, presented personal and scientific history and present use of IV phosphatidyl choline (Plaquex) for resolution of occlusive vascular changes.
The phosphate group may join to a variety of alcohols to produce the following very critical constituents of animal cell membranes which include phosphatidyl inositol, phosphatidyl serine, phosphatidyl choline, phosphatidyl ethanolamine, and sphingomyelin.
The product is rich in phosphatidyl choline, the most common phospholipid in the body.
Silybin phosphatidyl choline complexed as a phytosome provides significant liver protection and enhanced bioavailability over conventional silymarin.
These pharmaceutical-grade ingredients include deoxycholic acid, hyaluronic acid, phosphatidyl choline and allantoin.
They bound it to soy phosphatidyl choline, which is well absorbed.
Containing phosphatidyl choline, omega-3 fatty acids, carotenoids and antioxidants with an average oxygen radical absorbance capacity (ORAC) value of 378, krill oil may play an important role in brain and eye development and health, protecting cells from free radical damage.
If you do, you'll probably witness a scenario similar to the following: an elderly lady tells the clerk, "I need something for my husband's memory, he's having difficulty remembering the simplest things." The clerk then replies, "Have you tried ginkgo?" The lady answers, "Yes, but he needs something stronger." The clerk then suggests a combination product containing phosphatidyl choline, DMAE (dimethylaminoethanol), lecithin, and huprazine (a natural acetylcholinestrase inhibitor).
"Supplementing with nutrients that make these chemicals - like phosphatidyl choline and vitamin B5 - can maintain healthy levels." He recommends Advanced Brain Food by Higher Nature (pounds 14.70 for 60 caps), call 01435 88 34 84.