The hazards of excessive folic acid intake in MTHFR gene mutation carriers: An obstetric and gynecological perspective

@inproceedings{Tafuri2018TheHO,
  title={The hazards of excessive folic acid intake in MTHFR gene mutation carriers: An obstetric and gynecological perspective},
  author={Laura Tafuri and E. Servy and Y. Menezo},
  year={2018}
}
  • Laura Tafuri, E. Servy, Y. Menezo
  • Published 2018
  • Medicine
  • Received: March 14, 2018; Accepted: March 23, 2018; Published: March 27, 2018 For decades, Folate has been synonymous with reproductive health. Not only is it important for oogenesis and spermatogenesis, but in the prevention of neural tube defects. Folic acid can be found in many foods naturally like kale, spinach, arugula and swiss chard, but is also in synthetic form in certain flours, starches, and prenatal vitamins that have been supplemented with it. But how much is too much? 

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