Many people want to know why folic acid is important for HPV.
Here's the evidence:
A 2003 study by Hernandez et al. showed that women with the highest levels of blood folate levels from either food or supplements have lower incidences of cervical dysplasia from HPV.
A 2011 case control study by Tong et all that included 271
controls and 214 women with both high and low grade HPV lesions, found that low blood folate levels
in the women was coupled with a higher risk of
cervical cancer from HPV.
Scientific evidence shows that folic acid likely plays a protective role in HPV progression to cervical cancer. Good sources of folic acid in the diet include green leafy vegetables. Papillex contains this protective nutrient, and many others.