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More folate may mean less depression in men. Daniells 2010

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More folate may mean less depression in men. Daniells 2010

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According to a new study from Japan, men with the highest blood levels of folate were 50 per cent less likely to have symptoms of depression, compared to men with the lowest levels. The research adds to a growing body of research linking folate and folic acid intake to improved mood, and follows a review by scientists at the University of York and Hull York Medical School of 11 studies and involving 15,315 participants that reported low folate levels were linked to increased depression.

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