Barley is Good for Pregnant Woman”


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Folic Acid in Barley Grass Supports Healthy Human Reproduction

Barley grass is very high in folic acid, which contributes to reproductive health.

Adequate folate intake during the time just before and just after a woman becomes pregnant, helps protect against a number of congenital malformations.

Women who could become pregnant are advised to eat folate-rich foods to reduce the risk of some serious birth defects. It is also very important for men who are planning on fathering children, reducing birth defect risks.

Folic Acid

Folate is a water-soluble B vitamin that occurs naturally in food. Folic acid is a form of folate that is found in some foods and also in supplements. Folic acid helps produce and maintain new cells—it is needed to make DNA and RNA, the building blocks of cells. This is especially important during periods of rapid cell division and growth such as infancy and pregnancy. Research has shown that women who take folic acid before and during pregnancy have a 70 percent reduction in incidents of spina bifida and other neural tube defects. Folic acid also helps prevent changes to DNA that may lead to cancer. Both adults and children need folate to make normal red blood cells and prevent anemia.

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