Choline

Supporting cognitive function in adults and seniors

$16.95
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The Ingredients Inside Choline

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 Vegan Capsules Servings Per Container: 90
Amount per Serving %DV
Choline
(as choline bitartrate) (VitaCholine®r)
550 mg 100%
Other Ingredients: Plant Cellulose, Rice Flour

This product contains no wheat, gluten, GMO, soy, dairy, egg, fish, nuts, corn, yeast, barley, sugar, or preservatives. Proudly vegan, third-party tested, and made in a NSF certified GMP facility in the USA.

Store in a cool, dry place. Avoid excessive heat. Do not use if safety seal is broken.

VitaCholine® is a registered trademark of Balchem Corporation or its subsidiaries. It is derived from the skin of grapes and made in Italy using only natural L(+) Tartaric Acid to ensure safety and quality. Kosher and Halal. Non-GMO.

Read the Nested Naturals Approach
Vital for Pregnant Mothers

Studies have shown that when a baby receives proper levels of choline during pregnancy, they have a better chance of later having healthy, sharp brain functioning and a lower risk of brain abnormalities.

Supports Cognitive Function & Memory

Nested Naturals Choline is beneficial for keeping your brain mentally sharp and focused as well as maintaining proper brain health. Because choline is a component of your neurotransmitters, it may assist in preserving memory, memory loss, and other signs of cognitive decline.

More Benefits Than You Think

Choline has many more health benefits such as supporting cell structures, the central nervous system, exercise performance, and heart health in the human body.

Your Questions, Our Answers

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Customer Reviews

Discover what real customers say about Choline.

Catherine O
I haven't been taking the Choline for very long but it seems to be going very well! It seems to agree with me with no side effects or after taste or anything negative. So all should be well! :-) I love this company and their exemplary and outstanding customer service AND how they're all about natural ingredients and third party testing in a GMP facility. Thank you!!
Anonymous
I live in Australia and was really impressed with the service. Freight was reasonable as well. I searched the internet for a product that did not have a soy source and was pleasantly surprised. The choline is great and I have no reaction. It lives up to its claims. I will certainly get it again as I am a vegan and most choline is from animal sources. Keep up the great work. I have subscribed to your newsletter for product updates.
Suzanne S
I prefer to take supplements with branded ingredients because I know that they are going to be high quality with science behind them. I wanted a product with VitaCholine specifically, and was happy to find Nested Naturals. I'll definitely be ordering other products.
Susan J
This was highly recommended by a research librarian at the Cleveland Clinic.
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Resources

View the science behind all of our claims

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Zeisel, S.H., 2006. Choline: critical role during fetal development and dietary requirements in adults. Annu. Rev. Nutr., 26, pp.229-250.
 
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Yang, Y., Liu, Z., Cermak, J.M., Tandon, P., Sarkisian, M.R., Stafstrom, C.E., Neill, J.C., Blusztajn, J.K. and Holmes, G.L., 2000. Protective effects of prenatal choline supplementation on seizure-induced memory impairment. J Neurosci, 20(22), p.RC109.
 
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Poly, C., Massaro, J.M., Seshadri, S., Wolf, P.A., Cho, E., Krall, E., Jacques, P.F. and Au, R., 2011. The relation of dietary choline to cognitive performance and white-matter hyperintensity in the Framingham Offspring Cohort. The American journal of clinical nutrition, 94(6), pp.1584-1591.
 
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Blusztajn, J.K. and Wurtman, R.J., 1983. Choline and cholinergic neurons. brain, 13, p.14.
 
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Holmes, G.L., Yang, Y., Liu, Z., Cermak, J.M., Sarkisian, M.R., Stafstrom, C.E., Neill, J.C. and Blusztajn, J.K., 2002. Seizure-induced memory impairment is reduced by choline supplementation before or after status epilepticus. Epilepsy research, 48(1), pp.3-13.