Have you ever wondered why you feel run down, unmotivated or irritable in the middle of the day? Or why there are some hours of the day when you feel like you’re trapped in a prison of brain fog?
Is it because you’re stressed about something? Didn’t sleep well the night before? Maybe you’re suffering from some kind of depression or “midlife crisis?”
Here’s the deal:
There might be one single deficiency in your body that’s responsible for it all. Because if you’re deficient in it, it throws your hormones out of whack and decreases brain health and mental performance. Plus — it could be giving your libido a hard time.
Choline is one of the most important compounds in the body for men. But the problem is, a paper published in from the Council of Responsible Nutrition revealed 92% of the population is deficient in Choline. And it’s the reason men are experiencing more issues with brain health and performance, and could potentially be impacting libido, now more than ever before.
So in this article, I’m going to get you familiar with why Choline is so important for your health… and what you can do about it in just seconds per day to get the amount of Choline that your body needs to function optimally all day long.
Why Choline Is Important For Brain Health
The National Academy of Sciences claimed choline as an “essential nutrient” and suggested specific daily intakes in 1998. It’s called “essential” because, though the liver manufactures some choline, most people need to get it from foods to stay healthy.
Choline is present in the form of phosphatidylcholine, a compound that makes up the structural component of fat, which is why Choline is mostly found in different types of foods (eggs, liver, salmon, beef) that naturally contain certain fats. It plays a part in several important processes within the body that are carried out hundreds of times, every single day.
The Choline compound is normally grouped in with the vitamin B family — and it’s an important part of keeping brain, liver, cellular and hormonal functions working properly. It’s also been known to reduce symptoms of memory loss and boost cognitive performance according to a study from Boston University School of Medicine.
For that reason — if you’re Choline deficient, you’re going to know it.
Symptoms of Choline deficiency include:
- Low energy levels
- Memory loss
- Cognitive decline
- Muscle aches
- Nerve damage
- Mood changes and disorders
If you experience these symptoms on a regular basis, the issue may have to do with Choline. So keep reading — because at the end I’ll show you how you can upgrade your Choline intake in just seconds… and even get started before you get up out of the chair you’re sitting in.
Why Choline Boosts Libido
Choline is PRIMARILY a brain-boosting compound.
However, it can give your libido a boost, too, if you need it. Choline increases nitric oxide production in the body. Nitric oxide is a vasodilator — meaning it opens your blood vessels and improves their elasticity so that blood can travel through them quickly.
I’ve written about nitric oxide at length HERE.
This process prompts healthy sex drive and erectile performance.
For that reason, because Choline kickstarts nitric oxide production, which boosts blood flow “down there” and fires up libido, it’s an important compound that can make all the difference in your sex life.
Choline is an important compound for both brain and sexual health.
The problem is, 92% of the population is deficient in it. And chances are, if you aren’t paying close attention to your diet and eating Choline-rich foods, you’re likely running on “Choline fumes”. Which causes brain fog, memory loss, lackluster brain performance and could be impeding on your performance in the bedroom, too.
That’s why I’ve included Choline in my brand new focus-boosting and brain performance supplement, Man Brain.
It’s chock full of 6 of the best natural ingredients for getting your brain to perform optimally, at any age. So to get all the benefits I’ve mentioned in this article and more, check out Man Brain by clicking HERE.
You’ll be glad you did.