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Trivia Tuesday Answer!

Q: What is the difference between Folic Acid and Folate?

A: The words folate and folic acid are often used interchangeably to describe the vitamin known as vitamin B9, despite the fact that they are not exactly the same thing. Generally speaking, folate is the term used to describe the form of this vitamin that naturally occurs in foods – dark, green leafy vegetables are good sources of naturally occurring folate. Folic acid is the synthetic form of vitamin B9 that is found in fortified foods and most dietary supplements.

And, to add further confusion to this discussion, the term methylfolate is cropping up with increased frequency. Methylfolate, known scientifically as 5-MTHF, is the active form of Vitamin B9 that is used in the body for many processes and reactions. Before your body can utilize the folic acid you ingest, and to some extent the folate you get from eating vegetables, it must be converted to methylfolate. Up to a whopping 60% of the population have a defect in their MTHFR gene which prevents the body from converting folic acid to active methylfolate. Most people have no way of knowing if they are absorbing their B Vitamins or are being blocked by the MTHFR gene defect. Doctors are now testing patients with greater frequency to determine if the MTHFR gene defect is present and blocking this critical conversion.
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Amazing! - Review of FertilAid for Women

My husband and I had tried to get pregnant for 1.5 years. I saw FertilAid on an ad from the ovulation tracker app I was using. I read through so many reviews and thought $25 was worth trying. That next month I was pregnant! I went to the doctor and they said everything about my husband and I on paper was perfect and no reason I shouldn’t be pregnant. I was 23 at the time. When we decided to try for our daughter, I bought more fertilaid and was just taking some every couple of days since we planned on REALLY trying after deployment. I was pregnant first try (literally)! I now have a beautiful 3 year old and 8 month old. - Ashley, July 14th 2018

"Amazing!" - Review of FertilAid for Women

"My husband and I had tried to get pregnant for 1.5 years. I saw FertilAid on an ad from the ovulation tracker app I was using. I read through so many reviews and thought $25 was worth trying. That next month I was pregnant! I went to the doctor and they said everything about my husband and I on paper was perfect and no reason I shouldn’t be pregnant. I was 23 at the time. When we decided to try for our daughter, I bought more fertilaid and was just taking some every couple of days since we planned on REALLY trying after deployment. I was pregnant first try (literally)! I now have a beautiful 3 year old and 8 month old." - Ashley, July 14th 2018
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Yes this truly works. I have 2 blessing after using this product. An 8 yr old girl and a 2 yr old girl. First bottle used and was pregnant. A god send. Thank you.

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