Folic Acid May Prevent Your First Heart Attack

Folic acid is a little like aspirin which is usually taken by people after they have heart attacks to prevent them from reoccuring. Folic acid, a B vitamin lowers homocysteine which according to evidence should reduce the risk of heart attacks. Previous trials had shown folic acid not to work, but now they think these are misleading because people in the trials were taking aspirin which would. See the full story at Medical News Today Ltd is registered by the Care Quality Commission – Certificate Number: CRT-566454930 © Copyright Private General Practice Services 2019

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