Are vegans at risk for choline deficiency? Some experts say that vegans should supplement the nutrient. However, choline is found in numerous plant foods: quinoa, mushrooms, pinto beans, spinach, almonds and beets to name a few.
Registered dietitian Heather Russell says that eating a varied, whole foods plant-based diets will provide enough dietary choline. Bahee Van de Bar, registered dietitian with the British Dietetic Association, says that it’s entirely possible to get enough choline on a vegan diet, but you have to have a plan.
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