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Science. 1978 Oct 13;202(4364):223-5.

Lecithin consumption increases acetylcholine concentrations in rat brain and adrenal gland.

Abstract

Consumption of a single meal containing lecithin, the major source of choline occurring naturally in the diet, increased the concentrations of choline and acetylcholine in rat brain and adrenal gland. Hence, the concentration of acetylcholine in the tissues may normally be under direct, short-term nutritional control.

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