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Research shows that higher urinary phthalate metabolites are associated lower serum folate concentrations in children.

Researchers in the US have just published a paper that shows the higher the urinary phthalate titration the lower the folate in children. This is alarming given that phthalates are all through our environment. We are exposed to phthalates through food, inhalation and skin absorption. Recent evidence also suggests that phthalates could be associated with higher risk of neural tube defects and autism spectrum disorder.

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