Folic Acid

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Mental Health and Nervous
Blood and Cardiovascular
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Vitamins and Minerals
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People
Folic acid is a type of vitamin B that is normally found in such foods as lentils, oranges, whole-wheat products, green leafy vegetables, asparagus, beets, broccoli, and brussels sprouts. Folic acid is very sensitive to heat and can be easily destroyed through cooking and therefore one may not get enough of it in their diet. Folic acid helps the body produce and maintain new cells, plays an important role in cell division, contributes to normal blood formation and mental function, reduces fatigue, and is needed for the development of the fetus during pregnancy.
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