April 26, 2012Recent research offers a new tool for parents-to-be who want to help their babies be healthier, happier and smarter! Choline is a B-type vitamin found in peanuts, soy and eggs. It is delivered in large amounts to babies through the placenta. Research shows that lab animals getting more choline in the womb have greater learning abilities! Studies have indicated that there is a critical period when a little extra choline in the diet results in a thirty percent improvement in memory that lasts for the offspring’s entire life. New studies indicate choline may also help prevent memory loss usually associated with aging! Choline is available in food or supplement form, top dietary sources include wheat germ, cod, eggs and wild salmon. Talk to a nutritionist for more information!
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