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Food Sources of Folate

Green leafy vegetables are rich sources of folate, providing the basis for its name. Citrus fruits and legumes are also excellent sources.

Leaf lettuce 1 cup 40 |ig

Kale, chopped 1 cup 19 |ig

Spinach, cooked 1 cup 263 |ig

Orange, raw 1 47 |ig

Chickpeas, cooked 1/2 cup 141 |ig

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