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

Phosphocholine 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.

Phosphocholine Phosphate

Phosphocholine is a water-soluble nutrient. (source )

Phosphocholine is a phosphate of choline. Choline is a source of methyl groups needed in metabolism. Phosphocholine is the parent compound in the phosphocholine family. (source )

Phosphocholine In The Body

It appears that phosphocholine inhibits the uptake of other cholines competitively. (source )

Phosphocholine is absorbed in the small intestine and finally is stored in the liver. (source )

Different Cholines

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

Foods You Can Find Phosphocholine In

You find Phosphocholine mostly in dairy, egg, nuts, seeds, beef, sausage and luncheon meat.

Examples of food sources include

  • Whole Egg
  • Almonds
  • Top Round Roast
  • Turkey Sausage
  • Italian Pork Sausage
  • Top Loin Steak
  • Sunflower Seed Kernels

Foods That Contain Phosphocholine In Our Nutrition Tool

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

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