Penn Herb Wellness Guide
- Seek support from supplements
Lower homocysteine levels in the blood by taking a daily supplement of over-the-counter folic acid, vitamin B6, and vitamin B12
- Back up the B
When B-vitamin supplements do not sufficiently lower your levels, take 1,500 mg of betaine or 2,000 mg of choline each day
- Diet right
Help lower homocysteine levels by eating plenty of fruits and vegetables
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