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May, 2015

Newly Identified Risks Of Excess Homocysteine

Elevated homocysteine is a proven risk factor for vascular disease. New studies show it may damage the brain even more. A significant proportion of Americans have a genetic defect that predisposes them to high homocysteine. Proper blood testing can readily identify these individuals who, for the first time, are able to obtain a high-potency form of activated folate without a prescription.

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