April 2011 Issue
Growing Evidence on Choline’s Vital Role in Human Health
Back in grade school, you probably learned about all of the vitamins and minerals—from vitamin A to zinc—your body requires in order to prevent deficiencies. But you probably never learned about choline—because the dietary reference intake for this nutrient was not established until 1998 by the Institute of Medicine (IOM.) And now, 13 years later, evidence is accumulating on choline’s role in human health.
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