Choline Vitamin - For a Healthy Liver

Choline is a member of the vitamin B group. It is a colourless, crystalline compound which absorbs water quickly. It is highly soluble in water and alcohol. Dilute solutions of choline (less than 4%) are not destroyed by heat. However, when concentrated solutions of choline are boiled, it decomposes. Choline is also destroyed by water, sulphur drugs, food-processing techniques, and alcohol. Choline is absorbed from the intestine and exreted mostly through the urine.

Recommended Daily Allowance - Vitamin Choline


Men 1000 mg
Women 1000 mg
Children 550 mg

Vitmain Choline Benefits - Functions in the Body

Choline helps in the transportation of fats in the body and prevents accumulation of fat in the liver. This vitamin works with cirrhosis and the fatty degeneration of the liver, high blood pressure, and atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries).

Vitamin Choline Rich Food Sources

Choline is available in liberal quantities in fish and sea foods.

Rich Food Sources of Vitamin Choline - values per 100g


Beef heart
Egg yolk
Beef steak
Wheat germ

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