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Choline Bitartrate

  • Bioavailable Choline
  • Helps Emulsify Fats and Cholesterol
  • Facilitates Movement of Hormones in the Body
  • Made in the USA
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500g $0.04/serving 500 Servings
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Choline Bitartrate

Choline is metabolized within cellular mitochondria. Trimethylglycine (TMG) is related to the amino acid Glycine and can be found in abundance in beet root. It serves its purpose in the body as an osmoregulator similar to creatine and also acts as an active metabolite of Choline.


Choline is generally grouped with the B Vitamins, although it is not a vitamin, but an essential nutrient vital to the development of the brain and memory functions. Choline is the precursor molecule for the neurotransmitter Acetylcholine, which is involved in many functions including cognition and muscle control. Bitartrate is a chemical salt, combined with Choline to maximize absorption. Nutricost has developed a high quality Choline Bitartrate supplement that delivers 1 gram per serving.


Choline is especially important in production of Acetylcholine. Acetylcholine fills in the spaces between synapses in the brain, allowing electrical signals to flow properly for communication between cells. This cholinergic signaling system is intrinsic for maintaining optimal cognitive performance as well as retrieving memories. Another important aspect of Choline Bitartrate is that it is converted to Betaine. Betaine has been shown to reduce inflammation, which in turn promotes a healthy heart.


Choline is typically found in high amounts in eggs, meat, salmon, some legumes, and cauliflower. Since it is the most abundant in animal sources, vegetarians may be at risk for lower Choline levels. Those who have fatty liver disease may also be deficient, and supplementation with Choline has been correlated with effective treatment. However, for the majority, Choline is beneficial for those looking to support cognitive health and nervous system function.

†*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.