Phosphatidyl Choline is an excellent source of choline for liver support, cholesterol metabolism, and healthy bile.
Phosphatidylcholine is a major component of the membranes of the liver cells (hepatocytes).
- Provides significant protection for the liver, probably because good liver health requires the ongoing replacement of old cell membranes with healthy new ones.
- Phosphatidylcholine has been shown in numerous studies to protect liver cells from damage from a variety of toxins, including ethanol, carbon tetrachloride, trichloroethylene (used in dry cleaning and as a degreasing solvent), and mushroom toxins.
- Phosphatidylcholine is an important component of the lipids that circulate in the bloodstream, and is a major constituent of bile, which is necessary to metabolize fats.
- Phosphatidylcholine also has the potential to decrease the absorption of dietary cholesterol, which helps maintain a normal cholesterol level.
- The findings from eight double-blind clinical trials and numerous other reports that have studied phosphatidylcholine indicate that it supports faster rebuilding of liver tissue and accelerated restoration of overall wellbeing.