Subject: Choline Counts: The Underconsumed Nutrient You Need to Know – Earn 1 CEU

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Emerging research shows choline may play a role in promoting and regulating metabolism for increased energy. 1 It is also essential for all ages and stages of life, given the critical role it plays in:

Cognition and memory 2
Liver health 2
Maternal and infant health 3


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Earn one (1) hour of continuing education credit, and learn about the latest research on choline's role during pregnancy, fetal development and infancy from Marie Caudill, PhD, RD, and Elizabeth Ward, MS, RD.

DYK: Most of the recognized prenatal vitamins don’t contain enough (or any amount) of choline. VitaCholine can help women of childbearing age meet minimum intake needs (at least 450 mg/day for pregnant women and 550 mg/day for lactating women). Click here to download an educational resource on choline to share with moms and moms-to-be!
  1. Metabolism & Liver Health. Accessed here: http://vitacholine.com/for-consumers/liver-health-metabolism/
  2. Linus Pauling Institute Micronutrient Information Center: Choline. http://lpi.oregonstate.edu/mic/other-nutrients/choline. Last Updated: January 2015. Accessed June 21, 2016.
  3. Caudill MA, Strupp BJ, Muscalu L, Nevins JEH, Canfield RL. Maternal choline supplementation during the third trimester of pregnancy improves infant information processing speed: a randomized, double-blind, controlled feeding study. FASEB J. 2018; 32: 2172–2180. https://www.fasebj.org/doi/abs/10.1096/fj.201700692RR