Choline Chloride is important for a variety of basic procedures in the body. Although a natural ingredient in many foods items, the concentration is typically too low to make sure correct development and optimum development in young animals.
Choline chloride is the most commonly used – and most economical – type of choline for supplementing diets. Primarily utilized as an animal feed additive.
Typically categorized as a B-complex vitamin (described as vitamin B4 in some publications), choline influences the metabolism of carotene and vitamin A in animals. It remains in reality a vital element for making sure the correct functioning of the nerve system. Choline plays an important function in a variety of other methods:
. by building and preserving cell structures;
by forming acetylcholine for the transmission of impulses;
. by avoiding perosis in poultry; and
. by constructing lecithin.
Choline enhances and accelerates development in animals during times of quick advancement. It is particularly effective at doing so in poultry, and so it is a typical poultry feed additive.
Choline is important for cell membrane structure, for synthesizing folic acid and vitamin B12, and for securing the liver from collecting fat.
Choline Chloride 60%
appearance: Brown Colour granule powder, usually having slight odor of trimethyline, it is hygroscopic
Choline Chloride 98%
Choline Chloride Content
97.0 – 99.5%
< 500 PPM
Heavy metal (Pb)
appearance: White hygroscopic crystalline powder with Slight odor of Amines