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What Is Glycerophosphocholine & What Foods Can I Find It In?

Glycerophosphocholine is a member of the Choline family.

It belongs to the choline phospholipids.

Choline is a complex essential nutrient involved in several diverse body functions.

Glycerophosphocholine Is A Neurotransmitter

Glycerophosphocholine is a water-soluble nutrient. (source đź——)

Glycerophosphocholine serves together with acetylcholine, as a primary neurotransmitter in the nervous system. (source đź——)

Glycerophosphocholine is absorbed in the small intestine and finally is stored in the liver. (source đź——)

Different Cholines

There are several different cholines, but the most common sources of choline in foods are glycerophosphocholine, phosphatidylcholine, sphingomyelin, phosphocholine, and free choline. (source đź——)

Foods You Can Find Glycerophosphocholine In

You find Glycerophosphocholine mostly in dairy, sausage and luncheon meat, beef, and baked products.

Examples of food sources include

  • Nonfat Milk
  • Lowfat Milk
  • Italian Pork Sausage
  • Whole Milk
  • Top Round Roast
  • Greek Yogurt

Foods That Contain Glycerophosphocholine In Our Nutrition Tool

You can find regularly updated top ranked lists of foods for over 200+ nutrients in our nutrition tool.

If you are interested in what foods contain the most Glycerophosphocholine we recommend you visit our tool.

Here's our top ranked list of foods that contain Glycerophosphocholine.

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Niemelä

I’m a wife and a mother of three. I enjoy the outdoors, cooking, and spending time with my family.

Nutrition is my passion. I've spent thousands upon thousands of hours reading, analyzing, categorizing and comparing research studies.