Best Nutrient for Improved Thinking

Best Nutrient for Improved Thinking

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“Choline increases acetylcholine release and protects against the stimulation-induced decrease in phosphatide levels within membranes of rat corpus striatum.” Brain Research 1989 Apr 10;484(1-2):217-27.

“Choline metabolism as a basis for the selective vulnerability of cholinergic neurons.” Trends in Neuroscience 1992 Apr;15(4):117-22.

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This one nutrient is incredible for improving thinking and eliminating brain fog.

0:00 The best nutrient for improved thinking
0:10 What is choline?
1:24 Signs of low choline
1:50 Choline sources
2:29 Final thoughts
2:58 Need keto consulting?

In this video, we’re going to talk about the best nutrient for improved thinking.

This nutrient is choline. Choline used to be considered a B vitamin. It’s a lemon-tasting vitamin that your body requires. Choline is a vital building block for acetylcholine, which is a primary building block for your brain. It has an influence on:
• New memories
• Reasoning
• Concentration
• Cognition
• Sleep
• Growing synapses
• Coordinating movement (both speed and accuracy)

Signs of low levels of choline include:
• Brain fog
• Brain fatigue
• Decreased learning
• Memory loss
• Poor recall
• Feeling distracted
• Irritability

The best dietary sources of choline are:
• Beef liver
• Shrimp
• Eggs
• Scallops
• Leafy greens

If you start adding choline to your diet and you’re still experiencing symptoms, it may be an issue with your overall diet. Your entire diet has to improve to experience the full benefits of choline. Intermittent fasting and the Healthy Keto diet are the best ways to support a healthy body. Check out my other videos on this channel for more information on healthy ketosis.

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