Phosphatidylcholine is a phospholipid, an all-natural agent that is found in mustard, eggs, and sunflower seeds that helps in rebuilding cells.
This is a way of slowing down the aging-related processes, improves brain functioning and memory capacity, strengthens and stabilizes cellular membranes which are crucial for cell signaling and energy transfer.
When phosphatidylcholine is used intravenously it helps in treating atherosclerosis, high cholesterol, liver disease, hepatitis C and fatty tumors. Combining phosphatidylcholine and curcumin is incredibly toxic to the cells of breast cancer and five times more efficient than using curcumin on its own.
Jessica Whipple, RN, CCRN received her RN license here in Phoenix and fortunately landed a new grad position in the ICU. She received my CCRN (a National Certification for Critical Care Nurses) soon after and spent the following 5 years in various ICU positions including trauma, neuro, cardiac and transplant units.