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Is citicoline vegan?

Citicoline is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is citicoline?

Citicoline, also known as CDP-choline (cytidine 5'-diphosphocholine), is a dietary supplement that plays a vital role in brain health. It is composed of choline and cytidine, two essential nutrients that promote cell membrane synthesis, neurotransmitter production, and overall cognitive function. Citicoline has been shown to improve memory, attention, and focus, making it a popular ingredient in nootropic supplements. It also supports healthy aging by protecting against oxidative stress and inflammation. With its neuroprotective and cognitive-enhancing benefits, citicoline is a promising ingredient for anyone looking to boost their mental performance and brain health.

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