Carlson Labs, Phosphatidyl Choline, 250 Softgels (Discontinued Item)
- Dietary Supplement
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Phosphatidyl Choline is an important phosphatide found in soya lecithin and is a true natural source of Choline. Each Carlson Phosphatidyl Choline softgel provides approximately three times more natural Choline than an average lecithin capsule. Choline is vital to the functioning of the brain and nervous system. The body uses choline to form acetylcholine which is necessary for the transmission of nerve messages from one cell to another. The memory process is dependent on acetylcholine.
An F.D.A. Regulated Facility
Take one softgel one to four times daily, preferably at mealtime.
Pork gelatin, glycerin, water. Also naturally contains varying amounts of phosphatidyl ethanolamine and phosphatidyl inositol. Contain soybeans.
Natural color. Preservative-free. Sugar-free. Milk-free. Wheat-free. Corn-free. Yeast-free. Salt-free.
|Serving Size: 1 Softgel|
|Amount Per Softgel||% Daily Value|
|Calories from Fat||8|
|Total Fat||1.2 g||1.8%*|
|Phosphatidyl Choline Complex
Phosphatidyl Choline (supplies approximately 56 mg Choline)
|* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
† Daily Value not established.
Almost perfect, but a little mishap
Posted by funkydharma on Jan 09, 2013
Although the capsules are slightly larger than the Now capsules, they provide alot more of the phosphatidyl Choline with less calories and at a cheaper price. Shame the soy may be derived from Gmo
Posted by Reviewer1875767 on Jun 21, 2012
Phosphatidyl choline helps support good nerve function, and is necessary in the way of good memory. I-Herb is number one!
Posted by Reviewer1488008 on Apr 15, 2012
Good for the removal of toxins
I dont know
Posted by Reviewer2509819 on Apr 14, 2012
I have not had any negative or positive effects from this product, I really want a refund
WARNING: GMO ALERT!
Posted by PurplePegasus on Mar 22, 2012
These are no longer non-GMO!! I spoke with Tim, quality control manager at Carlson's: he said they have not been GMO-free for Quite A While (assume several years since GMO soy planting started in the early 1990's) and he replied YES when I asked if I should assume this product contains the BT toxin that causes Morgellons!! He said they haven't tested for purity in a few years. I really appreciated his honesty considering the first person I spoke with (female) the previous week was trying to tell me they were purified to be GMO-free (This is impossible and no lab can guaranteed this! Watch the videos by Jeffrey M Smith or read his work.) Please note: Carlson's current label does NOT say non-GMO and the reason why I phoned them. I shipped these back to iHerb and got some IPP (ID Protected) lecithin instead which is guaranteed to be GMO-free. Buyer beware!