Hi, I have gotten mixed results with Choline in the past. It helps slow down my heart rate which is great but it also slows down my bowel motility. Have SIBO (small intestine bacterial over-growth) I have slow motility to begin with. Back when I tried Choline I had no idea what POTS was and that I had it. Now that I read up on Choline I see that it effects the Vagus Nerve which surprisingly is something that is talked about a lot as a part of the process of SIBO treatment ... So my question is if Choline is actually a Vagus nerve stimulator why would it slow down bowel motility? I would think that it should correct the motility or at least not effect it negatively? Any thoughts?