Eggs Cannot Be Defined by Law Mercola Feb 2018
- “The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has a rule that forbids the creation of a definition for eggs, stating “no regulation shall be promulgated fixing and establishing a reasonable definition and standard of identity for the food commonly known as eggs””
- Choline. . .was first officially recognized by the Institute of Medicine as an essential nutrient in 1998”
The AI for adults is 550 mg/day of choline for men and 425 mg/day for women
- . . . “only 8 percent of U.S. adults are getting enough choline”
- Eat eggs: 57 % met the (AI) levels for choline,
Eat no eggs: 2.4 % have adequate intak of Choline
Top 17 Scientific Health Benefits of Choline Self-Hacked Jan 2018
1) Low Choline Levels Will Cause Liver Damage
2) Choline May Decrease Inflammation
3) Choline Is Required To Build Myelin And Increases Myelination
4) Choline Can Help Improve Cognitive Performance
5) Choline Can Help Improve Symptoms of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease
6) Low Choline Levels May Increase Risk of Cancer
7-9) Choline May Help Schizophrenia, Bipolar and Autism
10) Choline May Improve Recovery of Those Suffering From Brain Injuries
11) High Levels of Choline May Help Increase Athletic Performance
12) High Levels of Choline May Decrease Appetite
13) Choline May Help Treat Drug Addiction
14) Choline is Essential to Fetal Development
15) Choline is Important in Determining Gene Expression During Development
16) Low Choline Levels May Prevent Proper Lipid Metabolism in The Intestines
17) Choline May Help Improve Symptoms of Glaucoma
Lecetin was originally made from egg yolks
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Also discusses healrh problems in animals having low Choline levels
- "An estimated 90 percent of the U.S. population are deficient in choline, a nutrient required to move fat out of your liver"
- "Choline deficiency appears to be a far more significant trigger of NAFLD than excess fructose, and the rise in NAFLD may be largely the result of the widespread avoidance of liver and egg yolks"
- "In the absence of sufficient choline, even healthy saturated fats can contribute to fatty liver. Choline minimizes liver fat no matter what the source, and the more dietary fat you consume — even if the fat itself is healthy — the higher your requirement for choline"
- "Studies in the 1930s demonstrated that lecithin in egg yolk (which contains high amounts of choline) could cure fatty liver disease in Type 1 diabetic dogs. They later found choline alone provided the same benefit"