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a B-complex vitamin that is a constituent of lecithin

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Effect of dietary Rumen-protected choline in lactating dairy cows.
Seltzer's line of choline products includes choline bitartrate, choline chloride, choline dihydrogen citrate, phosphatidycholine (also called choline).
Balchem Encapsulates developed an encapsulated solution for human choline fortification called Vitashure[TM] Choline.
The arsenic deprived rats fed choline tended to weigh less than those fed supplemental As; this was not true in the FA-fed rats.
Eggs provide essential fatty acids, proteins, choline, vitamins A and B12, selenium, and other critical nutrients at levels above or comparable to those found in other animal food products, but they are relatively more affordable.
Yet, the researchers warn many pregnant women fail to even consume the recommended choline intake, which may be due to eggs' reputation for causing raised cholesterol levels, as well as warnings against expectant mothers eating them if undercooked.
Egg yolks and lean meat are particularly rich in choline.
Professor Marie Caudill, of Cornell University, New York, said: "There is wide agreement that giving rodents additional choline has lifelong benefits on offspring cognitive function.
Researchers from Cornell University showed the role in prenatal brain development and cognitive benefits in the offspring of pregnant women who daily consumed close to twice amount of choline during their last trimester.
Choline is a nutrient that falls into both categories: Even though the body can synthesize it, consuming choline-rich foods is a good idea.
For quite some time now, I've been urging my colleagues to follow the science on the powerful impact of choline on the brain.
A CHOLINE RICH DIET LEADS TO BETTER BRAIN FUNCTION, RESEARCHERS FIND
Physical exercise led to stable cerebral choline concentrations in the training group, whereas choline levels increased in the control group.
Cleveland Clinics ongoing research into the gut bacteria byproduct TMAO (trimethylamine N-oxide) shows that choline is directly linked to TMAO production and a higher risk for blood-clotting events, such as heart attack and stroke.
Two key nutrients for symptom improvement are carnitine and choline.