Folic Acid Influences The Development Of A Child’s Speech

Dec 08, 2011 No Comments by

Pregnant women not taking supplements with folic acid in the initial terms, risk negatively affect a child’s ability to speak, the latest survey of experts from Columbia University.

folic acid and pregnancy

folic acid and pregnancy

They calculated that these children developmental delay is noted twice as often.The importance of folic acid has long been known to doctors and future mums, but it is now held on a study of how folic acid affects the child’s development, particularly in language development.

The study was conducted on 40 000 women living in Norway, which are interviewed, what vitamins, supplements are taken for 4 weeks and 8 weeks after conception.Then after three years surveyed children, how many words they know and what suggestions we can get from them.

It was found that the percentage of children who expressed themselves is unclear at this age and had a developmental delay is higher among mothers who were not taking any vitamins before and during pregnancy.From the scientists concluded: Folic acid plays a key role in the development of even the earliest stages of pregnancy.


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