Vitamin M – Folic Acid

Folic Acid

Vitamin M is very vital in development of red blood cells and in multiplication of cells of our red blood cells; it strengthens the body’s use and absorption of Vitamin B12 making folic acid and B12 compatible.

Concentration of folic acid or Vitamin M in our body is in the fluid of our spinal columns where messages are relayed to our nerves and brain. Thus, deficiency may cause emotional and mental problems.

Since folic acid is excellent manufacturer of hemoglobin or red blood cell, the FDA claimed that it could hide the symptoms of pernicious anemia.

Primary sources of folic acid are fruits and green vegetables. This explains why cleansing diet cures because of rich vitamin and enzymes and hormones found in fruits and vegetables.

Folic acid increase milk production in lactating mothers, gives protection against intestinal parasites and food poisoning, promotes skin and complexion, analgesic for pain, delays whitening of hair hen taken simultaneously with pantothenic acid or vitamin B5, improves appetite, preventive for canker sores and prevents anemia.

Best sources are carrots, liver, egg yolk, squash, avocado, beans, whole wheat and green leafy vegetables.

Alcohol drinkers should take additional folic acid. Large intake of vitamin C increase excretion of colic acid. Whoever takes more than 2 grams of vitamin C should take more folic acid.

It was discovered that persons taking 1 to 5 mg of folic acid daily develop a reverse eye type of skin discoloration.