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).
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
B12 2,000[micro]g; Folacin
70mg; Pantothenic acid 1,335.
Evaluation of the folacin
status in children with regard to the cobalamin and iron status.
Folate or folacin
is a generic name for folic acid.
Pantothenic acid and folacin
are especially abundant in liver which, together with some other organs is rich in vitamin A and supplies considerable amounts of vitamins D, E and K .
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.
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.
Asparagus is an excellent source of folacin
, a B vitamin that helps keep the circulatory system strong, and it's a good source of potassium and vitamin C.
Obese osteoarthritis patients were benefited from the weight loss and foods that supply the nutrients such as vitamin D, folacin
, vitamin B6, zinc, and pantothenic acid in which they are deficient (10).
Plain white rice has far less vitamin E, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, folacin
, potassium, magnesium, iron, and over dozen other nutrients.