From an early age, our parents never fail to remind us to eat our vegetables. They recognize the importance of a healthy, vitamin-rich diet. What if simply consuming vitamins cannot protect from disease? Cerebral folate deficiency is a rare neurological disorder impairing the body’s use of folate—an essential nutrient. The unique mechanism of cerebral folate deficiency is associated with developmental delays, autism, epilepsy, and more.

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