Make sure to get your folic acid during pregnancy!
In an article published in the American Journal of Hypertension, researchers found that mothers who had a higher level of folate during pregnancy reduced the chances of their offspring developing high blood pressure. There is much evidence that supports that maternal nutrition during pregnancy influences their child’s cardiometabolic health. Because controlling cardiovascular health in adults is not only difficult but also very expensive, identifying early life factors for prevention of high blood pressure is a very smart preventive illness – health strategy.
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