Americans unlikely to exceed safe folic acid limits, study says

10/27/2009 | NutraIngredients

Though Americans get folic acid from a number of sources, fewer than 5% exceed safe limits, a new study found. Folic acid deficiencies during pregnancy are linked to increased risk of neural tube defects in infants, but some studies suggest a link between folic acid fortification and increased risk of colorectal cancer.

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