For choline support and receptor optimization
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Citicoline is one of the best forms of choline available. Unlike GPC, which is better suited to physical activity in terms of side-benefits, Citicoline (CDP) actually has a number of reported side-benefits which directly affect cognitive functions and we believe that it is a more effective source of choline. Here's why.
It crosses the blood-brain barrier with ease, as it should. This is partly because it is naturally occurring within the brain during certain chemical processes, but also because there are studies which demonstrate its positive effects on mental energy and focus/concentration and that it can be helpful for treating ADHD.¹²
CDP Choline is said to increase the density of dopamine (the feel-good hormone) receptors in the brain⁶, as well as amplify the release of the vital hormones within the HPA (Hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal) axis of the brain.⁷
This choline compound forms one of the fundamental components of our Ultracholine® formula because of its highly-specific cognitive benefits.
Replenish acetylcholine stores ✝
Crosses blood-brain-barrier with ease ✝
Has shown to increase dopamine receptor density ✝
Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take 1-2 capsules per day, ideally with a meal. Use in conjunction with an active nootropic compound for best results.
Warning: Do not use if pregnant or breast feeding, elderly, under the age of 18 or if safety seal is broken. Always consult with a medical practitioner prior to use of this or any dietary supplement. Discontinue immediately if any adverse effects occur and contact your health care practitioner. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
Mind Nutrition proudly sources and utilises only the purest standardized ingredients in our products. Our products are free from preservatives, yeast, gluten, starch and lactose. No added salt or sugar. GMO Free.
Y YusufJul 5, 2017
Excellent source of Choline. I prefer this over Alpha GPC for its effectiveness and digestibility.
Recommended to buy: Yes