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Promotes Healthy Cognitive Function for Mental Focus & Memory

Vegan, non-GMO Choline L+ Bitartrate for maximum bioavailability

Choline is a rising star nutrient that is related to the B-vitamin family. First discovered in 1862, during the presidency of Abraham Lincoln and the first run of the hipster beard, it wasn’t classified as an essential nutrient until very recently.1 Choline is that barely remembered kid from elementary school who wins a Nobel Prize while you are sipping margaritas by the pool in your retirement village. You can’t help but wonder what other genius you have missed.

Speaking of genius, we like to think of Choline as the smarty pants nutrient. Choline helps maintain proper brain health, keeping you firing on all cylinders.2 Studies 3,4 suggest that supplementation may support memory, focus and mental clarity. Not only does it help keep memory and cognition sharp, but it also helps maintain normal cell function and growth.5,6 Choline also supports a well balanced diet during pregnancy to promote healthy prenatal development and growth. 7 Bonus!

Super Vitamin for Babies-to-Be and Grown-Ups

Choline for Pregnant and Breast Feeding Mothers

Choline is a cousin of the B-vitamin family, and plays an important role in normal brain health.1 Choline supports a well balanced diet during pregnancy to promote normal prenatal development and growth. Choline can also be taken while breastfeeding to continue supporting your baby’s health. 5,8,9

Memory Support

Studies3,4,6 suggest that choline supplementation may help maintain memory function by supporting the part of the brain involved in learning, logical thinking and concentration abilities.

Maintain Brain Health

Choline is beneficial when supplementing with a well balanced diet to keep your brain mentally sharp and focused. Because choline is a vital component of your neurotransmitters, taking supplemental choline can help promote the health of your nervous system, keeping you firing on all cylinders as an adult or senior. 10-12

Support Overall Health and Wellness

Along with a well-balanced diet, adequate intake of choline helps support and maintain the health of the liver, which is an important organ for regulation of lipids. Choline is also involved in the metabolism of fatty acids, which are an important source of fuel for the body and brain. 13-15

The Active Ingredients Inside Choline

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 Vegan Capsules Servings Per Container: 45
Amount per Serving % DV
(as choline bitartrate)
500 mg 91%
Other Ingredients: Plant Cellulose

This product contains no wheat, gluten, GMO, soy, dairy, egg, fish, nuts, corn, yeast, barley or added sugar. Proudly vegan, third-party tested, and manufactured in a NSF certified cGMP facility in the USA using worldwide ingredients.

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

Natural, Non-GMO & Food-Based

We are relentless about sourcing the best, most natural, most ethically produced ingredients available. Our choline is attached to L+ Bitartrate, a natural byproduct of wine. It’s easier for the body to use than synthetically produced choline supplements.

Cruelty-free and Vegan

We’ve made a conscious choice to make our Choline 100% vegan. We’re proud to make our capsules from vegetables rather than gelatin produced from animal bones and marrow.

Got allergies? We’ve got you covered

Nested Naturals Choline is dairy-free, soy-free, egg-free, nut-free, corn-free and gluten-free. It contains no barley, yeast or sugar

Tested and True

Nested Naturals Choline is third-party tested and certified before it ships to ensure you’re getting all the good stuff.

Your Questions, Our Answers

See the most popular questions asked about Choline.

How many capsules of Nested Naturals Choline should I take per day and with food or on an empty stomach?

We suggest taking two capsules each day and since Choline is water soluble, you can take it anytime.

Can my child take this?

No, this supplement is designed for adults. Although it meets the recommended daily intake for children four years and older, our capsule is meant to be swallowed and can be a choking hazard for small children.

Why are there “Other ingredients” listed on the Nested Naturals Choline label?

We believe that you deserve to know everything that goes into your body. That’s why we include every single ingredient on our label … not just the active ingredients. We are transparent about the “other” ingredients that are necessary to create a working supplement that other labels often don’t bother to mention, such as thickening agents, capsule materials and natural flavoring. These amounts of these ingredients are so tiny that most supplement makers don’t bother listing them.

What is plant cellulose and what is it doing in Nested Naturals Choline?

We use plant cellulose to make our capsules. We’re proud to say that our capsules are vegan and don’t include any animal parts.

What is Choline exactly? Is it a B-vitamin?

There is some disagreement about exactly how to classify Choline. Some scientists consider it to be in the family of B-vitamins. Others classify it as “vitamin-like.”

Choline is an essential nutrient—meaning that it is necessary for our body to function properly but we cannot produce enough of it. We need to consume it in our diet.15

Customer Reviews

Discover what real customers say about Choline.

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Nubia M Verified Buyer 13/08/19
My son has taken a holistic approach to BP and is on a vitamin regimen which includes Choline. He has been taking it for several months now and I have seen a vast improvement.
Kristen P Verified Buyer 12/07/19
This supplement has helped my brain and cognition so much. I suffered a traumatic brain injury that severely injured my temporal lobe, so getting back on track has been a struggle. This supplement after a few weeks has really helped me start to have a better memory again and feel like I am healing.
Anonymous Verified Buyer 11/03/19
I do feel like my memory has improved and I am able to focus better.
Catherine O Verified Buyer 03/07/17
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 Verified Buyer 29/06/17
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.
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Suzanne S Verified Buyer 27/04/17
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 Verified Buyer 17/11/16
This was highly recommended by a research librarian at the Cleveland Clinic.
Roni S Verified Buyer 02/11/16
Maureen S Verified Buyer 14/04/16
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The science behind all of our claims

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