If you have any of these 7 signs, you may have folate deficiency.
Folic acid, also called folate, methylfolate, or vitamin B9 is an essential vitamin for our body.
Many pregnant women take it since folic acid helps in many essential body processes for fetal formation.
And more: it is necessary for cardiovascular health and the nervous system.
With so many benefits to our body, the lack of folic acid can be quite harmful.
So, pay attention to these 7 signs of folate deficiency!
To make sure you have enough folic acid, eat beans, lentils, peas, beets, broccoli, brussels sprouts, and spinach, which are rich in folate.
The vitamin is also found in most green-leaf vegetables and breakfast cereals.
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