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Folic acid is B complex vitamin responsible for cell growth and development. Folic acid is also called as folate or Vitamin B9.
Folic acid is popularly known as Folvite, FaLessa, Folacin-800, and FA-8
Folic acid is prescribed to treat megaloblastic anemia, folic acid deficiency, prevention of neural tube defects -e.g. Spina bifida, underdevelopment of brain, and as a supplementation during pregnancy, lactation and while taking chemotherapy drugs.
Sources of folic acid are cereals, pastas, rice, citrus fruits - e.g. Oranges, leafy green vegetables - e.g. Spinach, Broccoli, beans and nuts.
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