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Acetylcholine and choline

Honey contains small amounts of these. They are also produced in our body.

Health benefits

Honey's acetylcholine can boost a low level of our own acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter or nerve-message carrier. Its effects include slowing the heartbeat, encouraging stomach and bowel movements, improving memory and concentration, and widening blood vessels.

Honey's choline can contribute to our body's requirement for this essential nutrient. Choline is particularly important to our brain, heart, liver, muscle and cell membranes, and in pregnancy.

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