Phosphatidylcholine (PC) is a phospholipid made up of fatty acids, glycerol and phosphorous. It is found in foods such as liver, eggs and yolks. Phosphatidylcholine is a specialized fat molecule involved in the making of cell membranes and is an essential for acetylcholine (a neurotransmitter in the brain).
Phosphatidylcholine is essential for intestinal, liver, and brain health. It also plays a key role in the metabolism of cholesterol and has an anti-inflammatory effect on the digestive system.
Age and chronic illness can decrease the abundance of phosphatidylcholine in cell membranes, which has a major impact on the vascular and neurological systems. By replenishing the supply of phosphatidylcholine to cells with an IV, cellular function can improve.
A Phosphatidylcholine IV is a highly effective way to improve mitochondrial function and allowing toxins such as chemicals, heavy metals, and organic pollutants to removed more efficiently.
IV’s are often used for anti-aging, to reverse non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, and for neurodegenerative diseases.
The benefits of a phosphatidylcholine IV include:
Improved liver function including treatment for non-alcoholic liver disease
Improved overall brain health and memory
Improved vascular health and circulation
A stronger immune system