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Uridine
Definition

What does Uridine do for the body

Uridine is a Nucleoside which is one of the four basic component of RNA (Ribonucleic acid). It contains Nucleic Acid with Pyrimidine base. It promotes the Cognitive function and development of the Brain. Uridine works with Omega 3 fatty Acid and treats Depression.

Benefits of Uridine

Uridine is essential for improving the ulitlization of Brain energy. It combines with glucose into the muscle tissues and provide energy to the body. Uridine detoxifies the Liver and boosts the Immune System. It assists the operation of cells and regulates the enzymes in the Brain. Uridine converts into Choline and then gets transformed into Acetylcholine. Acetylcholine helps to slow down the aging effects on the Brain.

Functions of Uridine

Uridine increases the production of Neurites. This helps in the storage of memory in the Brain. It boosts the Dopamine level in the Brain. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that influences mood and motivation of the thoughts. This helps to increase the concentration and attention of the Brain. Uridine supports the lipid membranes and Brain Cells.

Effects of Uridine deficiency in the body

Weak Memory
Brain Disorder

Effects of excess Uridine in the body

Liver Damage
 
Repertory

Herbs Containing Uridine

Most Effective

Highly Effective

 
 
 
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