Choline: part 1 of Rhino Rush Formula Series

 

Take a look at our bottle.

Above our logo, you will see all the essential ingredients that make Rhino Rush.  Whether you are a veteran shot drinker or just curious about trying a shot for an extra boost of energy in your day. This blog series will show you an in-depth look in the ingredients that makes Rhino Rush Energy shots really Tastes Better. Work Better.

 

What is Choline?

Choline is an essential nutrient that is found both in your body naturally and meats such as poultry, eggs, beef, and even fish.  You could even find Choline in soy milk, tofu, and quinoa, which is helpful for anyone who is vegan or vegetarian.

Your liver makes Choline naturally, but to avoid a deficiency it needs to be consumed through food. Choline also has neat functions like acting as a building block for the structures of cell membranes and removing cholesterol from your liver.  It also a parent nutrient to acetylcholine, an important neurotransmitter that helps promote a healthy nervous system. This vital nutrient plays a role in regulating heartbeat, muscle movement, and memory among many other functions.

How does it work in Rhino Rush?

When you take that first sip of your favorite flavor of Rhino Rush, you’ll feel more focused and more energized. Whether you need to get through the day at work or want a quick boost of energy before heading to the gym. A shot of energy and you will also get your daily dose of choline to increase your overall health. 

Stay tuned for the next part in this series.

 

Rhino Rush Disclaimer: Here’s the deal; energy products, like this one, are not designed for children, people who are sensitive to caffeine, pregnant or nursing mothers. nothing is worth hurting your body over so don’t take more than you can handle, and only you and a Licensed Healthcare Professional (who we insist you consult before taking this, or ANY, energy supplement), can decide how much that is. If you have an underlying medical condition, and your body gives out, we will be really sad, but we ain’t yo mama and you’ve been warned! So don’t make us sad, and please get the approval of your healthcare provider before getting all hopped up on our products.

Sources listed:

Brown, Mary Jane. “What Is Choline? An Essential Nutrient With Many Benefits.” Healthline, Healthline Media, 7 Dec. 2018, www.healthline.com/

Wiedeman, Alejandra M, et al. “Dietary Choline Intake: Current State of Knowledge Across the Life Cycle.” NutrientsMDPI, 16 Oct. 2018, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6213596/.

Brown , Mary Jane. “What Is Choline? An Essential Nutrient With Many Benefits.” Healthline, Healthline Media, 7 Dec. 2018, www.healthline.com/nutrition/what-is-choline.

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