Improves attention to detail*
Slices through brain fog*
Research has shown that Acetyl-L-Carnitine may reduce mental and physical fatigue*.
Alpha-GPC has the most evidence supporting its efficacy and superior absorption through the gut wall and passage into the brain.
These are necessary molecules used to provide acetyl groups to the enzyme Choline Acetyltransferase (ChAT) so it can produce the acetylcholine neurotransmitter.
Acetyl-L-Carnitine is an immediate byproduct of metabolism that combines with CoA supplied by Vitamin B5 to produce Acetyl-CoA and Carnitine. At this stage in the process, this newly created Acetyl molecule is then able to join the Acetyl group of the acetylcholine molecule. Research has shown that Acetyl-L-Carnitine may also reduce mental and physical fatigue*.
There are many different types of acetylcholine precursors, but Alpha GPC has the most evidence supporting its efficacy and superior absorption through the gut wall and passage into the brain. Once in the brain, Alpha-GPC is only one step removed from becoming the bioactive neurotransmitter, acetylcholine.
Each bottle of Acetylcholine Brain Food™ contains 20 servings. Recommended daily serving is 3 capsules per day.
Take 3 capsules on days you need higher mental processing speed, or as directed by your healthcare provider.*
Do not exceed 8 capsules per day.
Warning: If you are pregnant, nursing, or taking medications, consult a healthcare practitioner before use.
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 Pettegrew, JW. Molecular Pyschiatry. Nov. 2000, Volume 5, Number 6, Pages 616-632.
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