Choline, SIBO, and pregnancy – a guest post for Chris Kresser

As many of you know, I work part-time as a research assistant for Chris Kresser, a world-renowned pioneer of functional medicine. A few weeks ago, I was pulling some research together for Chris on the importance of choline during pregnancy. At the time, I also happened to be attending Experimental Biology, a conference in San Diego, where I learned about a new groundbreaking study that suggests that microbes in our small intestine compete with us for choline, and influence choline bioavailability.

I pitched the idea of a guest post to Chris, and am so grateful for the opportunity! Click here to read my guest post on ChrisKresser.com on choline, SIBO, and pregnancy.

Choline, SIBO, and pregnancy – a guest post for Chris Kresser

As many of you know, I work part-time as a research assistant for Chris Kresser, a world-renowned pioneer of functional medicine. A few weeks ago, I was pulling some research together for Chris on the importance of choline during pregnancy. At the time, I also happened to be attending Experimental Biology, a conference in San Diego, where I learned about a new groundbreaking study that suggests that microbes in our small intestine compete with us for choline, and influence choline bioavailability.

I pitched the idea of a guest post to Chris, and am so grateful for the opportunity! Click here to read my guest post on ChrisKresser.com on choline, SIBO, and pregnancy.

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