Thursday, October 29, 2015

Huh. Weird.

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.

4 comments:

  1. IF it works, it ain't wrong... Just sayin... :-)

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    1. It did. Noticeably enough to get my attention and pique my curiosity, sending me researching correlations, only to find a causation.

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  2. There are studies where in alzheimer's patients where their fat intake was increased. Coconut oil, salmon and yes even bacon. Their symptoms improved and their memories returned for longer periods of lucidity.

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