Choline
Choline
Description :

Choline is a source of methyl groups needed for many steps in metabolism. The body needs choline to synthesize phosphatidylcholine and sphingomyelin, two major phospholipids vital for cell membranes. Therefore, all plant and animal cells need choline to preserve their structural integrity. In addition, choline is needed to produce acetylcholine, an important neurotransmitter for memory, mood, muscle control, and other brain and nervous system functions. Choline also plays important roles in modulating gene expression, cell membrane signaling, lipid transport and metabolism, and early brain development.

Source :

Chicken Egg

294 mg


Duck egg

263 mg


Goose egg

263 mg


Almond

52.1 mg


Hazelnut

45.6 mg


Chicken Thigh

28.3 mg


Garlic

23.2 mg


Spinach

19.3 mg


Broccoli

18.7 mg


Yam

16.5 mg


Potatoes (Red)

16.4 mg


Avocado

14.2 mg


Raspberries

12.3 mg


Sweet Potato

12.3 mg


Coconut

12.1 mg


Potatoes

12.1 mg


Banana

9.8 mg


Spinach salad

9.276 mg


Carrots

8.8 mg


Blackberries

8.5 mg


Pumpkin

8.2 mg


Guava

7.6 mg


Mango

7.6 mg


Pomegranate

7.6 mg


Eggplant

6.9 mg


Tomatoes Red

6.7 mg


Cucumber

6 mg


Onion (Green)

5.7 mg


Strawberry

5.7 mg


Cranberries

5.5 mg


Pineapple

5.5 mg


Onion (Welsh)

5.3 mg


Lemon

5.1 mg


Lemon Juice

5.1 mg


Lime

5.1 mg


Lime Juice

5.1 mg


Pears (Asian)

5.1 mg


Pears (Bosc)

5.1 mg


Figs

4.7 mg


Watermelon

4.1 mg


Apple (Fuji)

3.4 mg


Apple (Gala)

3.4 mg


Apricot

2.8 mg


Kale

0.5 mg


Oil (Almond)

0.4 mg


Oil (Walnut)

0.4 mg


Quail egg

0.263 mg




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