Nutrition

Eggs are a natural way for women to meet their needs for choline–a key nutrient for baby’s brain

Canadian researchers have found that pregnant and breastfeeding women who eat eggs are more likely to meet their needs for choline1, an essential nutrient that benefits baby’s brain. During a baby’s development, choline affects areas of the brain responsible for memory and learning.2 Some evidence suggests that choline may also play a role in the […]

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