Choline is a critical nutrient. It is a key molecule in your brain (a neurotransmitter) and it’s crucial in your cell membranes. It’s very difficult for your body to make. So it’s vital you get plenty of it in your diet. Dietary sources include: egg yolks, beef, pork, chicken, milk, legumes (particularly soy), and some vegetables. Most prenatal vitamin supplements do not include choline.
This is important information for you. There’s probably no way to know how well your mom ate when you were in her womb. Whatever she ate is already programmed in your genes. What matters now is how you can overcome any negatives in your genetics.
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