Does folic acid improve the efficacy of antidepressants

Does folic acid improve the efficacy of antidepressants?

There's a link between folate deficiency and depression...possibly because folate is needed to make serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine.

Some preliminary evidence also suggests that adding folate to antidepressants can increase their efficacy.

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