The Importance of Choline
Less than 10% of U.S. pregnant women meet the recommended intake of Choline.
Leading medical authorities on maternal and infant health recognize that Choline plays a critical role during the prenatal period in neural and brain development. The American Medical Association advises that a prenatal vitamin supplement should contain adequate amounts of Choline, and the American Academy of Pediatrics recognizes the importance of Choline as a brain-building nutrient.
Less than 10% of U.S. pregnant women meet the recommended intake of Choline of 450 mg daily. One A Day® Prenatal Advanced Multivitamin provides 110 mg (20% of Daily Value), whereas other leading prenatal multivitamin brands only contain 0-55 mg of Choline.
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