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doi: https://doi.org/10.1017/S1368980017000891

Original text:

(Second paragraph of the discussion)

“However, high exposure to synthetic folate from ultraprocessed foods may result in high amounts of unmetabolized folic acid that may lead to increased risk of cancer (18, 19).”

Correction:

“However, high exposure to synthetic folate from ultraprocessed foods may result in high amounts of unmetabolized folic acid (18) that may lead to increased risk of cancer (19).”