[Benefits of vitamins] Folic acid
Folic acid is also not associated with vitamins, so it does not have the image of being a vitamin.
The name folic acid comes from its abundance in leafy vegetables.
Green vegetables such as broccoli, spinach, mulukhiyah, garland chrysanthemum, and asparagus contain a lot of it.
Like vitamin B12, it is a vitamin that greatly contributes to the formation of blood, and is essential for the production of DNA and RNA nucleic acids, which are very important parts of the human body's blueprint, so it is especially important for normal fetal development. is very important.
Therefore, it is recommended for women to take it before pregnancy and during the postpartum period.
A lack of it can lead to abnormalities in hematopoiesis and neurological diseases, so it is important to take an appropriate amount. Therefore, it is recommended that you avoid taking supplements as much as possible and instead take them from leafy vegetables.
pâtissier Yuhi Hasada