You Are Likely Deficient in Choline


  • In their 2020 review, the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee found that most Americans are deficient in choline
  • Choline is important for development through all stages of life and plays a role in cognition, memory, focus, energy and metabolism
  • Choline deficiency is connected to the development of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and muscle damage
  • Pregnant and lactating women are at an increased risk of choline deficiency due to increased needs of the developing fetus
  • Beef liver and egg yolks are the richest dietary sources of choline

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