October 12, 2017
If you are already taking CDP Choline... You've made a smart choice, and here's why...
You take CDP Choline every day because you want to increase your learning rate and ability to form new memories, and to provide your brain with the raw-materials it needs to build and repair neurons. That's exactly what it's going to do for you.
But let me ask you a question....
Now that you're going to get more done because your brain is being "fuelled" with the vital nutrient it needs to perform at a higher capacity (Choline), the next step is to amplify Choline's learning and cognition benefits by taking advantage of one of the most powerful "stacks" discovered by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, led by the renown Dr. Richard Wurtman.
How would you like to increase the rate of your neuron repair and creation by 45%, almost immediately notice an improvement in mental clarity and motivation, feel greater memory benefits compounding over time, and all by simply adding one more supplement to your regimen - quickly and easily?
We have another product called Uridine Monophosphate.
I don't have time to go over everything inside of the product because we could be here for hours, but one of the key insights that will give you the results you're looking for FAST is that each of our neurons (brain-cells) has an outer layer - called a cell membrane - which is made up of 3 components. These components are Choline, Uridine, and also DHA (found in Omega 3). By taking Uridine with CDP Choline, you're effectively providing your brain with 2/3 of the materials it needs (take some Omega 3 too to get 3/3) to build and repair neurons. Serious bio-hackers know this - but most people don't know this because these research materials don't tend to be publicised much outside of the Longecity / nootropics communities.
Let me explain to you what Uridine Monophosphate is and how it will significantly improve your cognitive performance.
And that's just the tip of the iceberg of what you'll get with Uridine Monophosphate.
Can you imagine what your life will be like when you have the ability to build an even stronger network of brain-cells to allow messages flow through your brain even faster - to think even faster when you need to make decisions on the spot - and to learn and remember new information and skills at a much faster rate?
Read all of the studies at our Uridine page right here - I've gathered 20 studies from Rugters University, MIT, Semmelweis University and others - all showing us how we can immediately improve our own mental clarity, motivation and overall cognition.
And if you haven't yet bought a Choline supplement...
This the first thing you should do.
Well, the first thing that 95% of the population should do. The University of North Carolina estimated that 95% of US citizens are Choline-deficient.
Regularly taking a Choline supplement like Alpha GPC or CDP Choline is CORE - by that I mean it's a fundamental nutrient that really lays the building blocks out for your overall cognition.
Pretty much all bio-hackers take a Choline supplement every day, since it's so essential to building brain-cells and producing Acetylcholine, the learning neurotransmitter.
So if you haven't yet bought a Choline supplement, you are going to want to add one to your regimen before you begin to take Uridine.
The 2 most popular Choline supplements are CDP Choline and Alpha GPC. Alpha GPC contains more choline by weight, but CDP Choline also produces a bit of Uridine. Most people like to try both to see which they prefer - personally, I find CDP Choline gives me a bit more of a motivational "oomph" when I take it. I assume this is from the increased dopamine release.
Best, Jon from Focus Supplements
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