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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7468900/
 

Wrt phoshatidylcholine Michael Rae has been supplementing it for years now. Yes Michael is well aware of the tmao problem and his supplementation of it has been discussed and controversial on these forums. The above 2020 clinical trial lends strong support for Michaels long ago decision to supplement it considering his vegan diet

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11 hours ago, Mike41 said:

I also wonder about choline. Hard as heck to get the 550 mg recommended with vegan diets. How beans can one eat!!! Posted 9 days ago on you tube

I consume around 350 grams of raw collard greens a day, according to google that equates to 160 mg (a day)!
cronometer also says I get

118mg lentils (consuming 362grams a day)

56mg broccoli (consuming 300grams a day)

47mg barley (consuming 362grams a day)

23mg flax seeds (consuming 20grams a day)

12mg almonds ( consuming 20 almonds a day)

74mg brewers yeast (consuming 20grams a day)

which gives a total of (160+118+56+47+23+12) = 436mg a day

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12 hours ago, pwonline said:

I consume around 350 grams of raw collard greens a day, according to google that equates to 160 mg (a day)!
cronometer also says I get

118mg lentils (consuming 362grams a day)

56mg broccoli (consuming 300grams a day)

47mg barley (consuming 362grams a day)

23mg flax seeds (consuming 20grams a day)

12mg almonds ( consuming 20 almonds a day)

74mg brewers yeast (consuming 20grams a day)

which gives a total of (160+118+56+47+23+12) = 436mg a day

Doing good for a vegan but still a bit short. I eat lentils, brussel sprouts, chickpeas, quinoa etc but still come up short. I am currently supplementing with phosphatidylcholine for an extra 110 mg of choline

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Wasn't.  He ate dairy.  (IMO, nothing wrong with that).  He used to eat egg whites -- my guess, he probably stopped eating them, because of the high methionine (but I don't know).

  --  Saul

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