Folinic Acid 800 mcg - Hypoallergenic

Folinic Acid 800 mcg - Hypoallergenic

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Folinic Acid 800 mcg - Hypoallergenic

Product Form: Vegetarian Capsules
Product Class: Vitamins
Primary Use: Natural folate that supports the production and maintenance of new cells.
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Folinic Acid 800 mcg - Hypoallergenic Vegetarian Capsules 180 Ct
  $17.50
0293-180

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Folate that supports the production and maintenance of new cells. Kirkman® offers folinic acid in 800 mcg capsules. Hypoallergenic. Gluten and casein free. Capsules are plant based. Ultra Tested®.

Folinic acid (a.k.a. 5-formyl tetrahydrofolate) is one of the forms of folate, a water soluble B vitamin that occurs naturally in foods. Having enough folate in the body is a common problem due to food processing, food selection and gastrointestinal system problems.

Biochemically in the body, folinic acid supports cellular perception and response, methylation processes and many enzymatic reactions. It is also linked to lower homocysteine levels, which support cardiovascular health.

Folinic acid in the body can be converted into any of the other active forms of folate. Folic acid, the synthetic form of folinic acid, goes through a complicated biochemical process to be active in the body. Folinic acid is more readily bioavailable than folic acid; therefore, some individuals may respond better to it.

Sugar, starch, soy, wheat, casein, gluten, milk, corn, egg, preservatives, yeast, gelatin, flavorings, colorings, peanuts, tree nuts or fish.

Microcrystalline Cellulose, Calcium Folinate, Plant Cellulose Capsule.

STORE IN A COOL DRY PLACE AND TIGHTLY CAPPED.

KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.



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