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Folic Acid In What Foods Resources

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Dietary Supplements for Depression

It's becoming more and more common for consumers to forgo medication when looking for a "natural" alternative to treating conditions like depression. No matter what method you choose, it's important to get all the facts. SparkPeople...  Read more

Considering Pregnancy?

Caring for your health before you become pregnant may help you identify areas that put you and/or your baby at risk during pregnancy. First, schedule a pre-conception counseling appointment with your doctor. This discussion can educate you on things...  Read more

Vitamin B-12 May Prevent Birth Defects

Women of childbearing age (especially those who are pregnant or trying to conceive) are advised to eat 400 mg of folic acid (folate) daily to prevent neural tube defects, such as spina bifida, from occurring in their babies. New research, reported in...  Read more

Motivated to Move

Nothing motivates like numbers. You see a set of golf clubs you’ve had your eye on for only $359, so you’re motivated to buy. You read that 2,500 babies a year are born with brain and spinal cord defects, so you’re motivat...  Read more

Get Street-Wise About Supplements

Going to the drug store lately can feel a little like a Saturday morning trip to the candy shop, with dozens and dozens of colorful vitamin and mineral supplements to choose from! Can’t you just sample a little bit of everything? If you&rs...  Read more

Day 3 no pop!!! And cutting out fatty greasy foods
Updated 6/23/2016 7:26:36 AM

Day 3 no pop!!! And cutting out fatty greasy foods!!! Started my squats again and gonna so some light cardio at home today #pumped #excitedtolosesomeweight...  Read more

Getting food from the wild, anyone?
Updated 6/25/2016 12:12:15 AM

This came up on another thread ("How can humans eat grass?"), but I don't want to hijack that one any further than I already have, so - What foods can be collected from the wild (including one's backyard), and what foods has anyone here collecte...  Read more

There are no bad foods. But there are foods which
Updated 6/22/2016 8:39:46 PM

There are no bad foods. But there are foods which are not good for me to have in the house. Found an old bag of peanut butter cups. Should have thrown away, but l didn't. Sigh. The rest are getting thrown away!...  Read more

Why is it that we can enter a new food on the app,
Updated 6/22/2016 10:03:51 PM

Why is it that we can enter a new food on the app, but we can't enter a new exercise on the app? #techsupport...  Read more

I am going to try avoiding 'cellophane' food...tha
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I am going to try avoiding 'cellophane' food...that is food that comes out of bag, when snacking...and for the rest of the month, no desserts for a snack. A little over a week. Let's see how that feels....  Read more

Benefits of Fruit

Why is it important to eat fruit? Eating fruit provides health benefits people who eat more fruits and vegetables as part of an overall healthy diet are likely to have a reduced risk of some chronic diseases. Fruits provide nutrients vital for heal...  Read more

Sprinkle Flax & Wheat Germ on Everythinggg

Add Flaxseed & Wheat Germ to your oatmeal, yogurt, baked goods, everyyything!! Flaxseed is a great source of essential fatty acids and is loaded with vitamins and minerals. It also contains antioxidants. Wheat germ is full of folic acid and also has...  Read more

CHOCOLATE LOVERS UNITE!!

Are you PASSIONATE about chocolate? Do you see it as a food group?! Join other Chocoholics for discussions, recipe-swapping, & help in keeping this important food group alive!...  Read more

Folic Acid Important for Health

Folate is a water soluble B vitamin (B9) that is naturally found in food. Folic acid is the synthetic form of folate found in supplements and fortified foods. Folate plays a vital role in good health. It helps make normal red blood cells and aids...  Read more

Folate Levels Influence Depression Symptoms

Previous studies have found an inverse relationship between B vitamins and homocysteine levels. Likewise, higher homocysteine levels have been linked to atherosclerosis and higher risks of fatal coronary heart disease (CHD) and strokes. CHD studies h...  Read more