Reduce the Risks of PCOS-Linked Heart Disease

Adding the B vitamin folate, or its synthetic form called folic acid, to a diet can help lower the risk of cardiovascular disease by reducing a classic symptom of PCOS, namely high blood pressure.

Folate assists the body to form red blood cells, which appear to help ward off high levels of homocysteine, an amino acid in the blood stream that is linked to an increased risk of a heart attack or stroke.
Fruits such as strawberries, oranges and avocados are folate-rich. So, too, are vegetables like asparagus, Brussels sprouts, artichokes, broccoli and spinach.
Certain fortified grain foods, like breads and cereals, also contain folic acid. Check labels for folic acid content.
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Next Steps

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