Phosphorylcolamine for Improving immunity
Phospholipids can be hydrolyzed into glycerol, fatty acids, phosphoric acid and various amino alcohols (such as choline, ethanolamine, serine, etc.) by various phospholipases in the body. Glycerin can be converted to dihydroxyacetone phosphate and participate in sugar metabolism. Fatty acids are decomposed by β-oxidation. Phosphoric acid is indispensable for the metabolism of various substances in the body. Various amino alcohols can participate in the re-synthesis of phospholipids in the body, and choline can also be converted to other substances through methyl transfer. During the synthesis of phospholipids, ethanolamine or choline and ATP produce Phosfoetanolamina or phosphocholine under the action of kinases, and then they are converted into citicoline ethanolamine or citicoline by ctp. Citicoline or citicoline then synthesizes the corresponding phospholipids with the already produced diglycerides.
The basic functions of phospholipids are: enhance brain power, stabilize nerves, balance endocrine, improve immunity and regeneration.