Phosphatidylcholine

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Phosphatidylcholine are phospholipids composed of choline and phosphate. They are a major component of cell membranes and are found in high amounts in egg yolks.


Chronic fatigue syndrome[edit | edit source]

Several very small studies have found increased choline in the certain brain structures of CFS patients, suggesting a possible increased oxidation of the cell membranes of neurons in these regions.[1][2][3]


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