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cofttek  
#1 Posted : Tuesday, June 2, 2020 7:34:00 AM(UTC)
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What is Alpha GPC (28319-77-9)?

Alpha GPC (alpha glycerophosphocholine), like citicoline, may also aid neuroprotective activity. It’s a compound composed of glycerophosphate and choline. Alpha GPC is a natural compound that can also work well with other nootropics. Alpha GPC works fast and helps deliver choline to the brain and actually increases the production of acetylcholine along with cell membrane phospholipids. It’s possible the compound may also increase the release of dopamine and calcium.To get more news about Alpha GPC, cofttek official website is the best place for you.

Alpha GPC (28319-77-9) benefits

Alpha GPC brings with it a number of possible benefits, one of the most important being the possibility of improving brain health and cognition. It may be possible for Alpha GPC to improve memory formation and enhance learning ability. The possible memory enhancement benefits from alpha GPC may actually restore memory, but only in certain situations. Alpha GPC can also raise dopamine levels, which benefits brain function significantly.

Alpha GPC is a water-soluble phospholipid metabolite that serves as a precursor for acetylcholine (ACh) and phosphatidylcholine (PC) biosynthesis throughout the body. Due to its activity profile and ability to cross the blood-brain barrier, it appears to be the most effective cholinergic compound, when compared to choline and CDP-choline, and is well tolerated. Research suggests that alpha-GPC supports many roles within the CNS including: sensory stimuli response, supporting learning and memory, and may play a role in healthy mood. Owing to the provision of glycerophosphate, alpha-GPC also appears to support the structure and function of neural tissues and cellular membranes, and may play a role in supporting healthy brain function during injury recovery.
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