Although the body produces a small amount of choline on its own, we need to obtain the rest from our diets in order to help us meet optimal levels and maintain good health. While new diet fads and lifestyle choices might lead us to less choline intake, luckily there are options for raising choline levels with supplementation, and krill oil is a good option. Nils Hoem, Chief Scientist at Aker BioMarine, discusses the importance of choline, how to achieve the correct levels, and why krill is a good option.
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Nils Hoem- Chief Scientist: Aker BioMarine
Chief Scientist Nils Hoem was educated M.Sc. Pharmacy at University of Oslo, Norway, in 1983 and finished a Dr. Philos. in Pharmacology at University of Oslo in 1991. He worked was Associate Professor at University of Oslo until 2000. After working as a visiting scientist at University of Southern California from 2000-2001, he has held Director positions at MDS Pharma Services Europe, Pronova Biopharma Norway and finally joined Aker Biomarine as a Chief Scientist in 2008. Sectors of Personal Expertise: food & beverages / life sciences / chemicals / other industrial products, materials or services