Phosphatidylcholine, or PTC, is a naturally occurring phospholipid that is an essential component of cell membranes in the body. IV (intravenous) administration of PTC has been shown to have several important health benefits.
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PTC for liver health
One health benefit of IV PTC is in the treatment of liver problems. The liver is the body’s main detoxification organ, and its constant exposure to pollution, chemicals, toxins, and stress can put a strain on the entire body. PTC can contribute to optimal liver function by helping protect liver cells from damage while also promoting the regeneration of new cells. PTC can also help support the liver by increasing the production of bile, the substance necessary for the digestion and absorption of fats in the small intestine. A buildup of fat in the liver can lead to liver disease and even liver failure, and an increase in bile can help dissolve and clear away those damaging fat deposits. Additionally, PTC is able to counter the inflammation and oxidation that leads to damage of the liver cells.
PTC for heart health
Another benefit to PTC is in cardiovascular health. Studies show that PTC can help decrease atherosclerosis, a thickening and hardening of the arteries caused by buildup of plaque in their inner lining. By helping to reduce plaque buildup, PTC can help improve blood flow and decrease the risk of heart disease.
PTC for brain & nerve health
PTC can also help with neurological health, reducing the risk of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease and supporting mood. It can improve learning, memory, and concentration by decreasing inflammation and protecting nerve cells from damage. It assists in the proper balance of neurotransmitters, the chemicals responsible for the nerves’ communication with each other and all other cells of the body. When neurotransmitters are working properly, moods and emotions are more positive and even-keel. Energy and focus are also better when neurotransmitters are well balanced.