Pregnant women are currently recommended to take 400 micrograms of folic acid dietary supplement during the first 12 weeks, but it can also be taken in the natural state: it is abundant in the nipple, although the desired amount is almost impossible to produce.
Folic acid taken during pregnancy also affects the child's emotional intelligenceFolic acid is recommended because the fetus's brain develops the most properly, but according to a recent study, abundant folic acid intake long-term positive effects There are also thinner needles, higher emotional intelligence, and better cognitive abilities in those seven-year-olds whose mothers consumed 400 micrograms of folic acid daily during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy - up to 19 in natural form - e.g. with a spleen - take the necessary amount of folic acid. After that, the mother received a placebo. It turned out in interviews with children one week later that those whose mothers received folic acid supplements, with significantly higher emotional intelligence "We have known that folic acid has a positive effect on the fetus, but it has only become clear that the positive effect does not extend to just three months," says the lead researcher. Dr. Tony Cassidy.
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