NutraLife, Folic Acid, 800 mcg, 180 Lozenges (Discontinued Item)
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- Heart Health
- Good Health Naturally
- Since 1996
- Supports Health Cell Development
- Dietary Supplement
Folic Acid is essential for proper cell replication and growth. Folic Acid supplementation may significantly reduce a woman's risk of having a child with a birth defect.
As a dietary supplement, take one tablet daily, or as directed by a physician.
Mannitol, sorbitol, dibasic calcium phosphate, modified cellulose gum, kosher vegetable stearic acid, silica, natural strawberry flavor.
This product contains no peanuts, eggs, dairy, soy, wheat, yeast, gluten, tree nuts, crustacean shellfish, fish or other animal byproducts.
Caution: When using nutritional supplements, please inform your healthcare professional if you are undergoing treatment for a medical condition.
Keep out of reach of children. Store in cool dry place.
|Serving Size: 1 Tablet|
|Servings per Container: 180|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
|Folic Acid||800 mcg||200%|
I take a lot of supplements (you know, like about a "car payment" worth every month between me and my husband). So, I can't be sure this product deserves credit, but I haven't really changed much of anything else in the past few weeks. So, here's what has changed. I have been feeling increasingly better since I started taking this two or three weeks ago -- more energy in particular. And my frequent (though not severe) migraines, (which have been helped tremendously by butterbur herb - NOW brand Butterbur with Feverfew) have not plagued me at all for at least 10 days, though I was previously getting two or three "auras" per week (for months and have had migraine tendency for 20 years or so). I also tend to run a tad bit high on homocysteine (even though I eat well and have taken plenty of stuff that should help including metafolin and methylcobalamin B12 for years). It will be interesting to see how homocysteine tests next time I have some blood work.