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  • IF - Parent Group Kenya
    français nederlands português italiano home search sitemap contact disclaimer About IF Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Pregnancy Folate Human rights Developing countries Newsroom Forum Links Introduction Products Parent Group Kenya Introduction subscribe

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  • IF - European Folic Acid NewsUpdate
    a low B12 status early in pregnancy had a higher risk of a child with Spina Bifida The Irish study confirms these findings Women with the lowest levels of B12 were almost five times more likely to deliver a child with a neural tube defect The researchers were also able to show that these higher risks were separate to the known dangers of having low levels of folic acid before getting pregnant and in the first weeks of pregnancy Read more here and here Flour Fortification in Kyrgyzstan The parliament of Kyrgyzstan voted to require flour producers to fortify top and first grade flour The president s signature is needed before the requirement becomes a law A news release about the parliament s vote said fortification will not result in substantial price rise for flour and it noted that flour fortification with iron is an important component of any public health strategy for the prevention of iron folic acid and other vitamin and mineral deficiency UNICEF the Asian Development Bank and other partners have both been involved in fortification efforts there Folic acid supplements in pregnancy and early childhood respiratory health Folic acid supplements are recommended for women who are planning to conceive and in early pregnancy to prevent birth defects such as spina bifida Research from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health has found a slightly increased risk of respiratory disease among infants whose mothers used these supplements The research conducted by Siri Håberg and her colleagues looked at data from more than 30 000 children reaching 18 months of age in the Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort Study with information collected through questionnaires at several time points The research results can be found here Although the research from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health has found a slightly

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  • IF - European Folic Acid NewsUpdate
    digest abundant amounts of Folic Acid could run the risk that these cells will start growing even faster Folic acid might affect the process in a manner that is distinct from natural forms of the vitamin although this remains a speculative concept Mason concluded that the benefits of mandatory fortification are compelling and irrefutable in regard to the occurrence of anemia and neural tube defects but he added that countries which implement national standards for folic acid fortification need adequate monitoring systems for cancer rates Read the abstract of Dr Mason s article on the Nutrition Reviews webpage Professor John Scott Professor John Scott speaks at IF Workshop On 11 March 2009 the Implementation Group on Folic Acid Food Fortification to the Department of Health and Children released a report in which they advised that the decision to introduce mandatory fortification of bread in Ireland should be put on hold The safety of this initiative should first be supported by definitive data On May 7th Professor John Scott from Trinity College Dublin one of the members of the Implementation Group made a special contribution to the IF Workshop in Ireland to explain the currently available scientific research that led to this decision Indications of a possible cancer risk with high intakes of Folic Acid Folic Acid for the Prevention of Colorectal Adenomas Cole et al 2007 JAMA 297 2351 2359 Red Cell Folate levels in the Irish population have already improved because of voluntary fortification by manufacturers Trends Over Time In RCF Status In Irish Women 2006 1998 1986 J Scott et al preliminary data 2008 Already reduced prevalence of Neural Tube Defects International retrospective cohort study of neural tube defects in relation to folic acid recommendations are the recommendations working Botto et al 2005 The positive effects of Folic Acid on the prevention of Neural Tube Defects have been well researched and documented The Implementation Group does therefore agree that women who plan to get pregnant should take a daily supplement of 0 4 mg Folic Acid Just a healthy diet will not provide enough folate during a pregnancy Read the report of the Implementation Group Reduction in the prevalence of severe congenital heart defects after folic acid fortification of grain products in Canada Canadian researchers investigated whether the 1998 government policy for mandatory fortification of flour and pasta products with folate was followed by a reduction in the prevalence of severe congenital heart defects They analyzed 1 3 million births in Quebec between 1990 2005 Time trend analysis showed no change in the birth prevalence of severe birth defects in the nine years before fortification while in the seven years after fortification there was a significant 6 decrease per year The researches conclude that public health measures to increase folic acid intake were followed by a decrease in the birth prevalence of severe congenital heart defects These findings support the hypothesis that folic acid has a preventive effect on heart defects Read the research by Ionescu et al

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  • IF - Folate
    policy on food fortification Useful literature and links European Folic Acid NewsUpdate Folate IF policy on food fortification IF is currently compiling a file on food fortification in order to achieve mandatory flour fortification with folic acid A first step

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  • IF - Folate
    Responses to publication International retrospective cohort study of neural tube defects in relation to folic acid recommendations are the recommendations working Encouraging the use of folic acid is not enough BMJ 2005 330 12 March doi 10 1136 bmj 330 7491 0 c Preventing neural tube defects in Europe population based study Araceli Busby Lenore Abramsky Helen Dolk Ben Armstrong BMJ 2005 330 574 575 12 March doi 10 1136 bmj 330 7491 574 Folate Deficiency is an Imminent Health Hazard causing a Worldwide Birth Defects Epidemic Godfrey P Oakley Jr September 2003 Is Folic Acid the ultimate functional food component for disease prevention Mark Luckok MBJ 2004 Periconceptional Folic Acid and Food Fortification in the Prevention of Neural Tube Defects Scientific Advisory Committee Changes in serum folate concentrations following voluntary food fortification in Australia Jack Metz Ken A Sikaris Ellen L Maxwell and Mark D Levin The Medical Journal of Australia 21 January 2002 176 2 90 91 Useful links Folate Fact Sheet NIH Office of Dietary Supplements Flour Fortification Initiative world wide network of representatives from public private and civic organizations who collaborate to make micronutrient fortification of flour standard practice American Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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  • IF - Folate
    disclaimer About IF Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Pregnancy Folate Human rights Developing countries Newsroom Forum Links Introduction IF policy on food fortification Useful literature and links European Folic Acid NewsUpdate Folate

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  • IF - Newsroom
    2006 not feeling alone 13 12 2006 UN adopts Disability Convention 26 10 2006 Proposal for mandatory fortification of bread approved 25 10 2006 Conference Medicina e Persona Italy 19 10 2006 article Clementina Isimbaldi for the Italian newspaper Libero 16 10 2006 Dear Friends of CCBRT 10 10 2006 without creating an NGO island 10 10 2006 Short report from Poland 10 10 2006 Preventing Spina Bifida through Folic Acid Flour Fortification 4 09 2006 Dutch physicians succeeded in bringing back feeling in penis 23 08 2006 Elections are Congo s hope 7 07 2006 Resolution on active termination of life of newborn children with impairements and the right to live 12 04 2006 UK wants to improve folate status young women 4 04 2006 Update on IF s Campaign for Mandatory Food Fortification 31 03 2006 CIC treatment in Vietnam 30 03 2006 Update on the IF Conference in Helsinki 28 02 2006 1st national update on Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus 19 01 2006 New study comparing two hydrocephalus treatments in Africa 18 01 2006 IF President to attend First National Conference in India 18 01 2006 IF lobbies Irish MEP for mandatory flour fortification 19 12 2005 IF and its Dutch member BOSK lobby against the Groningen protocol 19 12 2005 Oldest person with spina bifida 15 11 2005 IF s African workshop 10 11 2005 Ireland s IASBAH and IF towards European Food Fortification 10 11 2005 Meeting with Dutch physicians de Jong and Kompanje 24 10 2005 BBC Radio 4 programme on spina bifida in Guatemala 18 10 2005 NEW Publication from the Spina Bifida Association 12 10 2005 Tom Baroch reports on the situation in Guatemala 28 09 2005 Training in Thailand 28 09 2005 Second conference Building Bridges 28 09 2005 A National

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  • IF - Newsroom
    2006 not feeling alone 13 12 2006 UN adopts Disability Convention 26 10 2006 Proposal for mandatory fortification of bread approved 25 10 2006 Conference Medicina e Persona Italy 19 10 2006 article Clementina Isimbaldi for the Italian newspaper Libero 16 10 2006 Dear Friends of CCBRT 10 10 2006 without creating an NGO island 10 10 2006 Short report from Poland 10 10 2006 Preventing Spina Bifida through Folic Acid Flour Fortification 4 09 2006 Dutch physicians succeeded in bringing back feeling in penis 23 08 2006 Elections are Congo s hope 7 07 2006 Resolution on active termination of life of newborn children with impairements and the right to live 12 04 2006 UK wants to improve folate status young women 4 04 2006 Update on IF s Campaign for Mandatory Food Fortification 31 03 2006 CIC treatment in Vietnam 30 03 2006 Update on the IF Conference in Helsinki 28 02 2006 1st national update on Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus 19 01 2006 New study comparing two hydrocephalus treatments in Africa 18 01 2006 IF President to attend First National Conference in India 18 01 2006 IF lobbies Irish MEP for mandatory flour fortification 19 12 2005 IF and its Dutch member BOSK lobby against the Groningen protocol 19 12 2005 Oldest person with spina bifida 15 11 2005 IF s African workshop 10 11 2005 Ireland s IASBAH and IF towards European Food Fortification 10 11 2005 Meeting with Dutch physicians de Jong and Kompanje 24 10 2005 BBC Radio 4 programme on spina bifida in Guatemala 18 10 2005 NEW Publication from the Spina Bifida Association 12 10 2005 Tom Baroch reports on the situation in Guatemala 28 09 2005 Training in Thailand 28 09 2005 Second conference Building Bridges 28 09 2005 A National

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