B vitamins for every beat of your heart

Hopkins, Tracy E.; Johnson, Kirk A.; Jones, Sally; McIntosh, Claire R.; Ridley, Teresa L.
July 1998
Heart & Soul;Jul/Aug98, Issue 28, p12
Provides tips for women on how to avoid chronic heart disease. Recommended dietary allowance for folate; Food sources of folate and vitamin B6.


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