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Folic acid and folate, as well as pteroyl-L-glutamic acid and pteroyl-L-glutamate, are forms of the water-soluble vitamin B9. Vitamin B9 is essential to numerous bodily functions ranging from nucleotide biosynthesis to the...
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Women with folate deficiency who become pregnant are more likely to give birth ... In infants and children, folate deficiency can slow growth rate. ...
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Folate (folic acid) ... Folate occurs naturally in food and folic acid is the synthetic form of this vitamin. ... Folate deficiency can cause megaloblastic (or ...
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Describes sources, its function in the body, and recommendations, especially for pregnant women.
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Discusses the several forms, as well as the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of ... Introduction·Folate· Niacin· Riboflavin· Thiamin· Vitamin A· Vitamin B12 ...
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Folate - Somerville, New Jersey NJ - courtesy of Somerset Medical of Somerville, New Jersey ... The B vitamin folate, also called folic acid, is a water ...
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Explains how the B12 and Folate tests are used, when the B12 test and Folate test are used, and what the B12 and Folate test results might mean
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Offers information on good sources of folate, how to retain it in food while cooking, and more.
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Brief and Straightforward Guide: What is Folate? ... When folate is used as an additive in foods, generally in bread, grains or ...
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that additional folate will help. prevent neural tube birth defects, which are the most common ... Folate-fortified breads and flour. products have been on ...
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Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University ... The only function of folate coenzymes in the body appears to be in mediating the ...
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Folate and folic acid are water-soluble vitamins of the vitamin B complex. Folate is naturally available in green leafy vegetables, whereas folic acid is ...
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How Folate Can Help Prevent Birth Defects: Folate is needed both before and in the first weeks of pregnancy and can help reduce the risk of certain serious and ...
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Folate deficiency can also be seen in certain diseases of the lower digestive ... If B12 deficiency is treated with folate by mistake, the symptoms of anemia may ...
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More about Folic Acid: Purpose Preparations Precautions Side effects Interactions Resources Folic Acid ... Folic acid is also known as folate, or folacin. ...
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