- Citicoline(CDP Choline)Cholinergic SupplementMemoryFocusBrain Health
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Top Citicoline Products* ❯View User Ratings* ❯*Affiliate LinksOVERVIEW: Citicoline is a highly bioavailable source of choline that is produced naturally in the liver as an intermediate in the production of phosphatidylcholine. READ MORE...USED FOR: Memory, Focus, Brain Health, ADHD, Alzheimer's Disease, Dementia, Parkinson's Disease, Age-Related Memory Loss, Stroke and Glaucoma.MECHANISM: After oral administration, Citicoline breaks down into choline (which is used to synthesize acetylcholine) and cytidine (which is metabolized into uridine). READ MORE...DOSAGE: 250mg to 2,000mg per day; Taken 1-2 times a day.SIDE EFFECTS: Rated safe for use at 1000 - 2000 mg/day when taken for up to 60 - 90 days. May cause headache, insomnia, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, bradycardia and/or tachycardia, and hypotension. READ MORE...INTERACTIONS: No Known Drug or Supplement Interactions.RELATED SUPPLEMENTS: Alpha GPC, Choline, Phosphatidylcholine, DMAE, Lecithin, Centrophenoxine, Phosphatidylserine, UridineTop Citicoline Supplements
- Supports memory, focus & mental clarity
- Increases levels of acetylcholine neurotransmitter
- Promotes brain cell health & communication
Is there a non-soy source of a good choline? non-soy phosphatidylserine?
I would like to know which brands are more trustworthy in regards to ingredients and the way they are processed. Is overwhelming to pick one with so many products out there. Even in Amazon a lot of the reviews are fake, they get the product in return for a good review. I would just like to buy one supplement with Alpha GPC and another with Citicoline. I heard the combination of both is best in the lowest dosage.
Thanks for your question. You’re definitely right that a lot of reviews are fake on Amazon. – there’s a great website called “FakeSpotter” that tries to algorithmically determine which reviews are legit and which ones are bought.
In terms of quality, look for ones that are manufactured in cGMP compliant facilities and companies that make their third-party testing available online. There is an organization called NSF that does third-party supplement testing and manufacturing quality audits. If you find a product that has the NSF certification seal, that is a good sign.
Generally, the larger brands have all of their quality controls in place. You want to avoid products sold by companies that are smaller and don’t appear to have a presence outside of Amazon.
Thank you for your response, didn’t see until today. I will follow your advise.
Great website you have here.
Thanks Adriana! Your feedback means a lot to me :)