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Folic acid is an essential micronutrient, which can be derived from food sources. The main sources of folic acid or folate include dark leafy green vegetables, liver, yeast, asparagus and Brussels sprouts (1). Other sources of folic acid include fruits, nuts, beans, grain products, and more. The lack of this essential micronutrient is referred to

Folate or B12 deficiency can lead to anemia. Vitamin B helps the body to produce new cells. Folic acid helps to create red blood cells, and these cells are very important in carrying oxygen throughout the body. When your body does not have enough red blood cells, you develop anemia with primary symptoms, weakness and

There are 8 different types of Vitamin B and each one is needed to maintain your health and keep you feeling good. Types of vitamin B include Thiamine (B1), Riboflavin (B2) Niacin (B3) B5, B6, Biotin (B7) Folate (B9) and B12. Vitamin B comes from a variety of sources including meat, fruits and vegetables. Eating

  Cerebral folate deficiency usually develops in the first year of a baby’s life. The causes for this serious medical condition are not yet determined, but it is very likely that the immune system is involved. We absorb folates through food but the problem occurs when the folates need to be transported from the blood