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What is the difference between the folate (Quatrefolic 5-methyltetrahydrofolic) in Prenatal+ DHA versus standard folic acid found in most prenatal supplements?

By Chavy Goland | January 1, 2019

What is the difference between the folate (Quatrefolic 5-methyltetrahydrofolic) in Prenatal+ DHA versus standard folic acid found in most prenatal supplements?

The naturally occurring, metabolically active form of folate (Quatrefolic 5-methyltetrahydrofolic) found in Prenatal +DHA is the most stable and bioactive form of folate. Folate (Quatrefolic 5-methyltetrahydrofolic) is body ready, which means it requires no complex conversion and eliminates the risk of un-metabolized folic acid. This naturally occurring form of folate is required by a large percentage of women due to an MTFHR gene mutation, as these women either lack the enzymes needed to receive any benefit from synthetic folic acid, or cannot fully process synthetic folic acid at RDA or higher dose levels.

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