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To make matters worse, the UK government has failed to recommend or monitor dietary levels of this nutrient -- choline -- found predominantly in animal foods, says Dr Emma Derbyshire, of Nutritional Insight, a consultancy specialising in nutrition and biomedical science.
She suggested that the restricted intakes of whole milk, eggs, and animal protein could affect choline intake.
Moving away from diets rich in animal products could have "unintended consequences" for the consumption of choline, according to a BMJ article, entitled: "Could we be overlooking a potential choline crisis in the United Kingdom?" The essential dietary nutrient is critical for brain health, particularly during foetal development, and also influences liver function.
To make matters worse, the UK government has failed to recommend or monitor dietary levels of this nutrient -- choline, which is found predominantly in animal foods -- said Dr Emma Derbyshire of Nutritional Insight, a consultancy specialising in nutrition and biomedical science.
Diets without animal products could have "unintended consequences" for the consumption of choline, according to a BMJ article, entitled: "Could we be overlooking a potential choline crisis in the United Kingdom?"
One of the best strategies to handle the fat metabolism for poultry is the application of lipotropic factors such as choline and carnitine.
6) Rich in choline. Guinea fowl, duck, goose and free range chicken eggs are all rich sources of dietary choline, a B vitamin-like nutrient known for its benefits on the brain and nervous system.
Choline Chloride for Injection is a replacement therapy for patients receiving parenteral nutrition who are choline deficient.
Scientists fed pregnant mice, suffering an inherited rodent version of the disease, diets fortified with choline, which is known to play an important role in nervous system development.
Finally, the evidence is in: Three evidence-based studies show that perinatal choline supports proper neurodevelopment in fetuses.