It’s true! Eggs and meat contain choline, an essential part of good health.
Consuming greater amounts of choline — a nutrient found in eggs and meat — during pregnancy may lower an infant’s vulnerability to stress-related illnesses, such as mental health disturbances, and chronic conditions, like hypertension, later in life.
Read more at this Science Daily press release.
I encourage you to seek out pastured eggs from your local farmer. Eatwild.com and LocalHarvest.org is where I start when I’m looking for farms from which to purchase my eggs and meat. Your local Weston A. Price Foundation chapter (which for Bloomington and Nashville is here) also shares a list of pastured-food resources (among other related items).