Published in Women's Health Weekly, February 10th, 2005
It is the first large study to explore the link, and it adds to the mounting body of evidence that the B vitamin might help ward off heart disease and strokes.
But the study's lead author and an outside expert warned that much more research is needed before concluding that women should increase their consumption of folate.
Folate is found in such foods as oranges, dark green leafy vegetables and beans and legumes. In the United States, it is also added to cereal...
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