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What is Acetylcholine?

Updated: Mar 31, 2020

Acetylcholine is a neurotransmitter. Neurotransmitters are little molecules used by our nerve cells to signal to and help regulate other nerve cells.

Acetlycholine plays a critical role in cognitive function. In ALL types of memory: long-term memory, memory formation, memory consolidation, AND memory retrieval, acetylcholine is there doing the heavy lifting.

In addition, acetylcholine is involved in alertness and attention and is is critically important in the function of the neuromuscular junction in ensuring proper skeletal muscle contraction.

Some of us, due to our genetics have a higher requirement for choline. Most of us are not getting appropriate amounts of dietary choline even if the genes involved with choline are in order.

We cannot make acetylcholine without adequate ingestion and absorption of choline.

We have found AlphaGPC to be the best and most efficient form of choline for quickly and noticeably increasing acetylcholine. THIS is why each scoop of our Keto Brainz Nootropic has a proper 300mg dose.

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