Hello all I am not trying to stir the pot or step on anyone's toes here, I'm simply looking for opinions, experiences or any data/ research you can present. I have read that folic acid will interfere with the absorption of methylfolate but what about the folate specifically from vegetables???? I know fredd and a few others on here really stand by this theory. I ask this because I happen to eat a lot of vegetables and have begun to take methylfolate but don't want to render the methylfolate I'm taking useless because of veggie folate. I also don't want to have to take 30 tables of methylfolate a day to counter the vegetable folate. So what's the deal?? Does veggie folate really block methylfolate or no?? Just in some people? If so, who and why? Please feel free to share, but please stay on topic! Thanks everyone!