Difference between choline and acetylcholinesterase




  1. a B-complex vitamin that is a constituent of lecithin; essential in the metabolism of fat


Found in various forms throughout the body, choline, a member of the vitamin B complex family, is involved in the creation of cell membranes.

Inside our bodies, the B vitamins folate and choline work in a delicate balance.

Mustard, salt, picholine olives and super-thin rye toasts give the house-cured gravlax just the right accents.

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