CDP Choline

CDP Choline is a naturally occurring, highly bioavailable form of choline that makes the brain work better.*

CDP choline, known as citicholine, is a naturally occurring, highly bioavailable form of choline, an essential nutrient for brain function. CDP choline makes the brain work better by increasing cellular energy (ATP) and optimizing neuron signaling.* It's known for increasing attention span, improving memory, and enhancing learning abilities.*

  • Improves memory and recall*
  • Enhances cognition and focus*
  • Improves attention span and learning abilities*
  • Boosts mental alertness and energy*

Boost Your Brainpower with CDP Choline


CDP Choline supplementation is a powerful way to boost brain function by helping your body increase dopamine and noradrenaline levels.

Consider the study conducted by the FISA Medical Department in Barcelona that finds CDP choline increases cognition, enhances learning, and improves memory:

"CDP-choline has a neuroprotective effect in situations of hypoxia and ischemia, as well as improved learning and memory performance in animal models of brain aging... thus, it has been experimentally proven that CDP-choline increases noradrenaline and dopamine levels in the CNS."

They further write that taking CDP choline is entirely safe:

"CDP-choline is a safe [compound], as toxicological tests have shown; it has no serious effects on the cholinergic system, and it is perfectly tolerated."

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.