Orangeblossom wrote:I wonder about possible other sources of Choline. Can it be taken in a supplement?
Other sources besides eggs include beef liver, fish, chicken, red meat, asparagus, beets, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, flax, green peas, lentils, quinoa, shiitake mushrooms and spinach. You'd have to track in Cronometer to see if you're getting enough.
I use sunflower lecithin (not daily though) as a natural source of phosphatidylcholine.
You can also supplement choline, or phosphatidylcholine (or citicoline or alphaGPC, which cross the BBB and helps cognition). Some prefer choline because your body will decide whether it needs to make phosphatidylcholine or acetylcholine (neurotransmitter), or convert to betaine (aka TMG), which acts as an important methyl donor in the methylation cycle. You might need to experiment to see which works best for you.