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jedidano
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Hello all:

I can't seem to find the answers to this: Are we best to take these with/without food???

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Up.

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Up?
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MichaelTampa
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I remember back when I took those, I took the huperzine at bedtime (not with food) and the PC at breakfast (with food).
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What are they for? My NP told me to use phosphatidylcholine to reduce gut inflammation.

Any other reasons that people are taking these supps?

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Thanks MichaelTampa....
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I took Phosphatidyl Choline to help with nervous system issues. It helps to heal the brain and detox the nervous system.

My doc had me taking PC from BodyBio, which is a thick syrup. She said I could take it whenever I wanted, but it might be better to take around mealtime because it is very fatty, and may be easier to digest around other food.

Hope that helps. Sorry I don't have any experience with Huperzine.

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I think huperzine is intended to help with memory, but I don't remember for sure...
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Huperzine helps with memory and Phosphatidyl Choline also decreases cortisol levels. Elevated cortisol levels can interfere with memory.
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