- What is Folic Acid?
- What are the Sources of Folic Acid?
Folic acid is found naturally in all leafy green vegetables, broccoli, citrus fruits, beans, peas, lentils, seeds, nuts, cauliflower, beets, and corn.
- How much Folic Acid should I take?
The recommended dosage for intake of Folic acid is based on certain parameters like gender and age. Generally for an infant, the recommended intake is 65 mcg and for adults varies between 300 – 400 mcg.
- What can happen if I Dont take Folic Acid?
Folic acid is essential for cell renewal. Lack of it often leads to birth defects in pregnant women.
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