Our research data
Here are some of our notable research data that we captured over the years.
Aiwo AP-Choline contains 500mg Phosphatidylcholine. It is a compound from sunflower lecithin. It contains natural antioxidants and some volatile compounds. Sunflower lecithin has a supportive phospholipid profile over regular lecithin from soy. It helps to protect the integrity of the cell membranes. Aiwo AP-CHOLINE helps the body to manufacture the important brain precursor neurotransmitter acetylcholine. It helps to promote healthy cognitive function, promote lipolysis, dissolve gallstones and supports fatty acid metabolism in the liver.
Phosphatidylcholine can promote cognitive function and improves memory.
Neuroprotective Actions of Dietary Choline
The metabolism of phosphatidylcholine in brain tissue
Studies on the origin of choline in the brain of the rat
Phosphatidylcholine can support liver function and helps in the treatment of liver diseases.
The Critical Role of Phosphatidylcholine and Phosphatidylethanolamine Metabolism in Health and Disease
Specificity and rate of human and mouse liver and plasma phosphatidylcholine synthesis analyzed in vivo
Mechanisms of hepatic phosphatidylcholine synthesis in adult rat: effects of pregnancy
Phosphatidylcholine maintains cholesterol levels and supports heart health.
Dietary Choline and Betaine and Risk of CVD: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Prospective Studies
Dietary phosphatidylcholine and risk of all-cause and cardiovascular-specific mortality among US women and men1,2
Dietary choline and betaine; associations with subclinical markers of cardiovascular disease risk and incidence of CVD, coronary heart disease and stroke: the Jackson Heart Study
Usual choline and betaine dietary intake and incident coronary heart disease: the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities (ARIC) study
Prospective study on dietary intakes of folate, betaine, and choline and cardiovascular disease risk in women
Phosphatidylcholine reduces the risk of pregnancy complications
Choline: Exploring the Growing Science on Its Benefits for Moms and Babies
Dietary Choline Intake: Current State of Knowledge Across the Life Cycle
The Fetal Origins of Memory: The Role of Dietary Choline in Optimal Brain Development
Pregnancy Alters Choline Dynamics: Results of a Randomized Trial Using Stable Isotope Methodology in Pregnant and Nonpregnant Women
Phosphatidylcholine is known for its potent anti-inflammatory properties.
Expression and role of phosphatidylcholine-specific\nphospholipase C in human NK and T lymphocyte subsets
CD38 Signaling Regulates B Lymphocyte Activation via a Phospholipase C (PLC)- g 2-Independent, Protein Kinase C, Phosphatidylcholine-PLC, and Phospholipase D-Dependent Signaling Cascade
Anti-inflammatory effects of phosphatidylcholine
Choline deficiency increases lymphocyte apoptosis and DNA damage in humans2,3