Harvard Heart Letter

Folic acid: Too much of a good thing?

Because some foods are now fortified with folic acid, people who take multivitamins may be getting too much of it. This can block the body's ability to process folate, the natural form of folic acid, which in turn may be linked to heart disease.

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