Did you know that bacon contains a really high amount of choline? I didn't. I did, however, notice the results: my mind has been clearer today than it is when I take my thyroid pill and thyroid support supplements at breakfast and lunch.
I made fried potatoes for supper, last night, using bacon, bacon grease, hash browns, onions, and green bell peppers. A lot of bacon. And I kept nipping into the meat candy I'd cooked to gather the bacon grease into a jar in the fridge to cook with.
So, I got about two or three servings of bacon. Which contains about 135 mg of choline per serving--more than you find in anything but liver (which I categorically refuse to eat from any animal, whether beef [300+ mg] or chicken [200+ mg]).
What does choline do? It supports brain function.
I have had little to no brain fog today.
I have a bottle of choline supplement on the way.
I'll also still be eating more meat candy. Because bacon.
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