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Age, condition and bodyweight
1
Food types consumed regularly
2
Result
3
Recommended source
How many eggs do you eat a week?
(only whole eggs and egg yolks count, as it is yolks that contains choline)
(100 g)
(250 g)
(700 g)
(1400 g)
Age, condition and bodyweight
1
Food types consumed regularly
2
Result
3
Recommended source
How often do yo eat beef/veal liver?
(125 g)
(250 g)
(700 g)
Age, condition and bodyweight
1
Food types consumed regularly
2
Result
3
Recommended source
How often do you eat chicken/turkey/duck liver?
(125 g)
(250 g)
(700 g)
Age, condition and bodyweight
1
Food types consumed regularly
2
Result
3
Recommended source
How often do you consume fish milt or caviar?
(40 g)
(125 g)
(250 g)
Age, condition and bodyweight
1
Food types consumed regularly
2
Result
3
Recommended source
How many times a week do you consume quinoa or amaranth?
(100 g)
(250 g)
(700 g)
Age, condition and bodyweight
1
Food types consumed regularly
2
Result
3
Recommended source
Do you consciously complement your diet with soy or sunflower lecithin? If yes, how much do you consume?
(35 g)
(70 g)
(105 g)
(140 g)
(175 g)
(210 g)
Age, condition and bodyweight
1
Food types consumed regularly
2
Result
3
Recommended source
How often do you eat shrimp?
(100 g)
(250 g)
(700 g)
Age, condition and bodyweight
1
Food types consumed regularly
2
Result
3
Recommended source
How often do you eat spinach?
(75 g)
(200 g)
(750 g)
Age, condition and bodyweight
1
Food types consumed regularly
2
Result
3
Recommended source
How often do you consume beetroot or pickled beets?
(50 g)
(150 g)
(1000 g)
Age, condition and bodyweight
1
Food types consumed regularly
2
Result
3
Recommended source
How often do you consume other animal parts, such as kidney or heart?
(125 g)
(250 g)
(700 g)
Age, condition and bodyweight
1
Food types consumed regularly
2
Result
3
Recommended source
How often do you eat salmon?
(125 g)
(300 g)
(875 g)
(1750 g)
Age, condition and bodyweight
1
Food types consumed regularly
2
Result
3
Recommended source
How much lean meat/fish/seafood do you eat a week? (besides shrimp)
(100 g)
(400 g)
(1000 g)
(3000 g)
Age, condition and bodyweight
1
Food types consumed regularly
2
Result
3
Acceptable source
How many times a week do you consume seeds and/or nuts? Such as pumpkin seeds, flax seeds, pistachios or cashews? (peanuts do not count)
(30 g)
(100 g)
(350 g)
Age, condition and bodyweight
1
Food types consumed regularly
2
Result
3
Acceptable source
How many times a week do you eat cereals or oatmeal?
(250 g)
(700 g)
(2000 g)
Age, condition and bodyweight
1
Food types consumed regularly
2
Result
3
Less recommended source
How often do you eat wheat germ?
(70 g)
(140 g)
(210 g)
(280 g)
(350 g)
Age, condition and bodyweight
1
Food types consumed regularly
2
Result
3
Less recommended source
How often do you eat breads and pastries made from spelt, rye or barley?
(100 g)
(250 g)
(700 g)
(1500 g)
Age, condition and bodyweight
1
Food types consumed regularly
2
Result
3
Less recommended source
How often do you eat bread, pasta, or baked goods made from wheat flour?
(250 g)
(700 g)
(2000 g)
Age, condition and bodyweight
1
Food types consumed regularly
2
Result
3
Less recommended source
How many times a week do you eat peanuts?
(30 g)
(100 g)
(350 g)
Age, condition and bodyweight
1
Food types consumed regularly
2
Result
3
Less recommended source
How many times a week do you eat soybeans, tofu or food made with soy flour? (soy milk does not count)
(100 g)
(250 g)
(700 g)
(1750 g)
Age, condition and bodyweight
1
Food types consumed regularly
2
Result
3

Congratulations!

You consume sufficient quantity of choline.

Warning, you do not consume enough choline!

We advise you to replenish drops of choline each day.
Get to know the GAL choline salt drops
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Why choline is important for the body?
Daily recommended choline intake is minimum 400 mg for adults, even according to EFSA. 1 egg yolk contains 100 to 150 mg, whereas 100 g liver contains 200 to 450 mg choline. Choline contents of other types of food is low (apart from caviar, brains and a few other rare food). Those who do not eat 2 to 3 egg yolks per day + liver at least once a week, would barely reach even this 400 mg daily choline quantity. Proper choline intake is important, among other things, it contributes to proper
  • digestion by stomach acid generation
  • liver function
  • homocysteine metabolism
  • fat metabolism
What is choline good for?
  • It is vital for the healthy development of the fetus.
  • It can effectively prevent hepatic steatosis, metabolic syndrome, and insulin resistance.
  • It can be an important basis for a well-functioning memory and nervous system.
  • Choline insufficiency increases sensitivity to all stress-related illnesses.
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