• Folic acid or vitamin B9, folic acid ..

     

       

  • Impact on health

  • Folic acid

     

    Did you know that Folic acidwas aloof also called vitamin life or eternal youth? Such a designation earned mainly because it is essential for proper cell division and growth. Its effects in health are so far reaching than you would nazdali.

     

    1. It promotes healthy growth of fetus

    Folic acid deficiency in the early months of pregnancy can lead to serious neural tube defects of the fetus. May occur and other congenital abnormalities such as heart defects, urinary tract disorders and cleft lip and palate. A shortage of folic acid is also lagging in the development of the fetus, retarded growth, increased risk of miscarriage and premature birth and low birth weight. The importance of folic acid for pregnant women that can not be explained away.

    1. It reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases

    Folic acid helps to metabolize homocysteine, an amino acid that is naturally found in the blood plasma and increased levels of which are associated with the development of arteriosclerosis and cardiovascular diseases. High levels of homocysteine ​​increases the risk of stroke up to three times. Folic acid is in that respect the natural protective factor, because the levels of homocysteine ​​in the blood decreases.

     

    1. It reduces the risk of stroke and Alzheimer's disease

    An elevated level of homocysteine ​​and is associated with a higher risk of stroke and Alzheimer's disease. Although the prevention of both diseases are, without doubt, conditioned by many other factors, a sufficient intake of folic acid is one of them.

    1. Reduces the risk of anemia

    Folic acid helps the body produce healthy red blood cells, increases their durability and correct functioning. In patients with a deficiency frequently develops anemia.

    1. It is effective in the treatment of depression

    Studies have shown a link between deficiency of B vitamins and depression. A significant role is the role of folic acid and B12 that support the development and uptake of neurotransmitters. People prone to depression should therefore increase the daily intake of vitamin B.

    1. It is contributing to the viability of sperm

    It has been shown that men with a lower intake of folic acid have a higher percentage of sperm with an incorrect chromosomal structure. Some studies also claim that in infertile men taking supplements containing folic acid, has been reported following treatment with significantly higher sperm motility.

     

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