Folic Acid and Health

Purpose of Folic Acid
Folic acid—also referred to in various forms as folacin, folate, pteroylglutamic acid, and vitamin B9—assists the human body in the production of new, healthy cells.

Preventing Birth Defects
Getting enough folic acid both before and during pregnancy is important because it can help prevent major birth defects, including anencephaly and spina bifida.

But folic acid isn't only for pregnant people. It's a vitamin that serves an important function for everyone: helping to create red blood cells. Red blood cells are responsible for transporting oxygen all over the body. When a person doesn't make enough red blood cells, it means that their blood isn't able to carry a sufficient amount of oxygen to the rest of their body. This can result in: anemia.
Folic Acid and Health

Additionally, there are certain parts of the body that are continually growing and regenerating and, as a result, need to make new cells every day. Among these are hair, skin, and nails.

So you need active folate—that can be directly absorbed and utilized by human body.
Choose Magnafolate® active folate, healthy for everybody.

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