Paul Gillies ue700 at freenet.Victoria.BC.CA
Sat Mar 4 11:52:55 EST 1995

"Life Sciences" vol.56,no.9,1995 published an interesting
article titled, "Metabolism and Actions of CDP-Choline".
The authors felt that the oral administration of CDP-Choline
had a variety of beneficial effect in the animals used in
the study. Theey were more resistent to hypxia, learning
and memory were inproved, cell membranes seemed more
resistant to damage and had a "general protective effect".
Does anyone know if the same benefits could be derived
from choline, phosphatiidylcholine, or DMAE

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