Folate, also known as folic acid, folacin
, and vitamin B.
(2) Vit-min premix provided the following quantities of vitamins and microminerals per kilogram of the diet for pigs: vitamin A, 5,600 IU; vitamin [D.sub.3], 2,200 IU; vitamin E, 21.6 IU; vitamin [K.sub.3], 1.8 mg; vitamin [B.sub.12], 12 [micro]g; thiamine, 0.88 mg; riboflavin, 4 mg; pantothenic acid, 10 mg; niacin, 20 mg; choline chloride, 0.32 g; folacin
, 0.4 mg; pyridoxine, 1.8 mg; biotin, 40 [micro]g; Fe (FeS[O.sub.4]-[H.sub.2]O), 88 mg; Cu (CuS[O.sub.4]-5[H.sub.2]O), 120 mg; Zn (ZnO), 96 mg; Mn (MnO), 16 mg; I (KI), 0.24 mg; and Se ([Na.sub.2]Se[O.sub.3]), 0.4 mg.
The nutrients most likely to be inadequately provided are fruits, vegetables especially green leafy vegetables, calcium, iron, vitamin A, folacin
and Vitamin C (Warrix, 1993).
** Vitamin premix provided per kilogram of diet, retinylacetate, 8,250 IU; cholecalcipherol 1,000 IU; dl-[alpha]-tocopherol, 11 IU; cyanocobalamin,0.012 mg; phylloquinone, 1.1 mg; niacin, 53 mg; choline,1,020 mg; folacin
, 0.75 mg; biotin, 0.25 mg; riboflavin, 5.5 mg.
Many phytochemicals like limonoids, synephrine, hesperidin flavonoid, polyphenols, pectin, and enough folacin
, calcium, potassium, thiamine, niacin, and magnesium are also present in it .
Plasma, red cell and breast milk folacin
concentrations in lactating women.
(1) Once called vitamin B9, it is more commonly referred to as folate (though there are multiple folates) or folacin
. Early on, food folate was given for people with a pregnancy-related anemia in the form of autolyzed yeast; later the synthetic form, folic acid, was developed.
B12 2,000[micro]g; Folacin
70mg; Pantothenic acid 1,335.00mg; Biotin 10.00mg; Choline 100,000mg; Niacin 2,350.00mg; Ca 7.425%; P available (Pavail.) 4.25%; Cu 8,000mg; Fe 5,000mg; Zn 4,000mg; Mn 2,500mg; I 50mg; Se 15mg; Cl 4%; S 0.414%.
Folate or folacin
is a generic name for folic acid.
Meat and meat derivatives are also excellent sources of all the B- complex vitamins such as pantothenic acid, folacin
, niacin, biotin, thiamin, riboflavin, vitamins B6 and B12.
"Use of folacin
in patients with habitual miscarriage and extragenital abnormality in the presence of hyperhomocysteinemia," Russian bulletin of obstetriciangynecologist [Rossiiskiy vestnik akushera-ginekologa], in Russian, No.5, pp.61-65.
Nutritional Value Black Seed Oil Protein 208 ug/g Thiamin 15ug/g Riboflavin 1 ug/g Pyridoxine 5ug/g Niacin 57 ug/g Folacin
610 IU/g Calcium 1.859 mg/g Iron 105 ug/g Copper 18 ug/g Zinc 60 ug/g Phosphorus 5.265 mg/g Thymoquinone: