Choline Bitartrate is a compound made in the body that shares similarities with B vitamins. Produced by the liver, it can also be found in foods like fish, meat, beans, nuts and eggs.
Choline is touted for its ability to delay fatigue and increase focus, but is involved in much more than improved performance.
Choline aids in liver function, muscle contraction, metabolism, brain function and nervous system function.
So-- it's not just great for training, it is necessary for your health.
What Does Choline Do?
In short, it is involved in many processes in the body from cell structure to cell communication.
- *Choline plays a role in producing compounds that act as messengers between cells.
- *It helps with DNA synthesis
- *Helps make fats that aid in healthy cell structure.
- *Helps remove cholesterol from the liver
- *Assists in making acetylcholine, which is a neurotransmitter that plays a role in muscle contraction
- *Assists in making acetylcholine, which aids in mental focus
How Does Choline Help with Training?
We can see it's involved in a lot of processes in the body, but there are two that are important to helping improve your training results: muscle contraction and focus.
Choline's part in producing acetylcholine helps with muscle contraction.
The harder the contractions, the harder your muscles are working which can help in building muscles more quickly.
A deficiency of choline can result in poor memory, cognitive impairments, and reduced focus.
Aceytlcholine is also a key neurotransmitter for mental focus.
In its role as a producer of aceytlcholine, it can also help improve focus.
Focus is a critical part of training.
Keeping your mind engaged, mind to muscle, can help improve your performance, endurance and results in the gym.
So, it simple: choline can help you with focus and muscle building. Make sure your pre-workout has it.
MRI Black Powder Pre Workout is packed with 410mg of choline bitartrate per scoop!