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What Is Vitacholine and What Does It Do?

The perfect addition to any training regime, our new high-quality Vitacholine capsules contain choline to contribute to normal lipid metabolism, a process whereby the body converts fats into energy.1 If you want to know more about this essential nutrient and what it does, keep on reading.

What is Vitacholine?

Vitacholine is a form of choline, a macronutrient that’s essential to many of the body’s functions such as liver function and lipid metabolism. 1,2

What Does Choline Do?

Choline is an essential nutrient, which means that the body cannot produce it itself and needs to get this from diet and/or supplementation.

Not only does choline contribute to normal lipid metabolism,1 it also contributes to the maintenance of normal liver function,2 which is key to overall general good health.

To make it easier to get your daily amount of choline, our capsules contain the essential nutrient in an easy-to-consume tablet form for your convenience. Choline is naturally found in eggs, meat and poultry, making it difficult to meet daily requirements entirely through a plant-based diet, which is why we’ve made our capsules vegan-friendly too.

Vitacholine

Not only does this essential nutrient contribute to lipid metabolism and liver function,1,2 it also has benefits for cardiovascular health,3 making it the perfect addition to any health and wellbeing routine. Get yours here:

1. Choline contributes to normal lipid metabolism

2. Choline contributes to the maintenance of normal liver function

3. Contributes to normal homocysteine metabolism

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Beth Addey

Beth Addey

Writer and expert

Registered Associate Nutritionist (ANutr) Beth is a Registered Associate Nutritionist specialising in vegan nutrition, nutritional psychology and weight management. Beth has a passion for holistic health, viewing overall health as the result of interactions between physical and emotional wellbeing.