Also indexed as:Phosphatidyl Choline (Lecithin)
Where to Find It
Choline, the major constituent of PC, is found in soybeans, liver, oatmeal, cabbage, and cauliflower. Soybeans, egg yolks, meat, and some vegetables contain PC. Lecithin (containing 10–20% PC) is added to many processed foods in small amounts for the purpose of maintaining texture consistency.
Although choline deficiencies have been artificially induced in people, little is known about human deficiency in the real world.
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