PhosphatidylCholine+

Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 75 reviews

Cognitive Performance*
Supports Brain Health*
Combined with PQQ & Omega 3's*

Phosphatidylcholine combined with PQQ and Omega 3’s is a powerhouse blend to support cognitive function.*

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average rating 4.9 out of 5
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Reviewed by HatchetMan, from United States
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Rated 5 out of 5

Great Deal

Very good Deal for a product of this quality. Good service.

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Reviewed by ron, from United States
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Great for the sensative!!

I have struggled with detox even to the point that I often can't take full and effective doses of detox supplements. That has been the case with phospholipids in the past but not so any more now that I have begun Phos by humanx! I very highly recommend this product for sensitive patient.

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Reviewed by keelan, from United States
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I take this with humanx tudca

I take phosphatidylcholine and tudca from humanx for my liver, both have been great!

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Reviewed by milk, from United States
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mental clarity improvement

I've been taking phosfatidlcholine for 3 weeks. I am noticing an increase in improvement of my mental clarity. Hope it continues!!

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