Signs of low B9 (folate)

Folate deficiency is a result of overcooked food and an eating plan without enough fresh fruits, vegetables.

B9 (Folate) cannot be stored in the body meaning it must be ingested regularly.

The symptoms of folate deficiency are often subtle. They include:

  • fatigue
  • gray hair
  • megaloblastic anemia (read more below)
  • mouth sores
  • tongue swelling
  • growth problems

The symptoms of anemia that occur due to folate deficiency include:

  • persistent fatigue
  • weakness
  • lethargy
  • pale skin
  • red blood cells are larger than normal
  • shortness of breath
  • irritability

FYI:  A drop in folate  can happen quickly without enough folate-rich foods

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