Choline Part I 2011(1) - Choline earning Objectives...

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Unformatted text preview: Choline earning Objectives Identify metabolites of choline and appreciate the forms that contribute to total choline intake Identify significant food sources of choline Describe the metabolism and function of choline Appreciate the interdependence of choline and folate Describe the consequences of choline deficiency Know the choline DRIs and the basis upon which they were established Appreciate the impact of genetic variation on choline requirement Choline holine: A water-soluble micronutrient Choline Acetylcholine Neurotransmission Phosphatidylcholine Membrane Biosynthesis Lipid Metabolism CDP-Choline Pathway Choline Betaine Cellular Methylation Dietary forms of choline 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 WW bread, 1 slice Wheaties, 1 cup Almonds, 1 oz Peanuts, 1 oz Sunflower seeds, 1 oz Pistachio, 1 oz Tuna light, 2 oz Cashews, 1 oz Artichokes, 1 medium Walnuts, 1 oz Processed cheese, 2 oz Potato baked, 1 med Peanut butter, 2 tbsp Bacon, 2 slices Flaxseed, 1 oz Peas cooked, 1/2 cup Cauliflower cooked, 1/2 cup Spinach cooked, 1/2 cup Luncheon meats, 2 oz Kidney beans canned, 1/2 cup V-8 low sodium, 6 oz Broccoli cooked, 1/2 cup Yogurt low fat, 1 cup Brussel sprouts cooked, 1/2 cup Soybeans raw, 1 oz Baked beans canned, 1/2 cup Cottage cheese, 1 cup Egg noodles cooked, 1 cup Milk 1%, 1 cup Wheat germ, 1 oz Navy beans, 1/2 cup Chicken breast, 3 oz Shrimp, 3 oz Ham, 3 oz Pork chops, 3 oz Tilapia, 3 oz Beef ground 90% lean, 3 oz...
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2012 for the course NS 441 taught by Professor Caudill during the Fall '11 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Choline Part I 2011(1) - Choline earning Objectives...

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