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Myo-Folate Drink Mix for Reproductive Health

Myo-Folate Drink Mix for Reproductive Health
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Each packet provides 2,000 mg of myo-inositol and 333 mcg of methylfolate.
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Myo-Folate Drink Mix for Reproductive Health

 

Drinkable dietary supplement with myo-inositol and folate for female reproductive wellness.

  • Formulated to support healthy ovulation in healthy, trying-to-conceive women.
  • Each packet provides 2,000 mg of myo-inositol and 333 mcg of methylfolate.
  • An unflavored powder that mixes with water or juice and is easy on the stomach.


Myo-Folate Provides Two Key Nutrients for Reproductive Wellness in a Drinkable Format

Myo-Folate is a dietary supplement that combines two powerful ingredients for supporting reproductive health – myo-inositol and folate – in a convenient, drinkable formula that is easy on your stomach. Just mix one packet with water or any non-carbonated beverage to get 2000 mg of myo-inositol and 333 mcg of methylfolate, a more bioavailable form of folate than synthetic folic acid.

Myo-Folate provides 2000 mg of myo-inositol per serving, a daily dosage often recommended to support reproductive wellness. Myo-Inositol is a naturally occurring substance belonging to the B complex family of vitamins.

Myo-Folate also provides folate, which may reduce the risk of neural tube defects. Each packet includes 333 mcg of methylfolate, which is more bioavailable than synthetic folic acid. Adequate intake of folic acid may reduce the risk of neural tube defects.

Key Benefits

  • Myo-Folate is a Drinkable Dietary Supplement Designed to Support Reproductive Wellness in Healthy Women – a Convenient Alternative to Swallowing Capsules
  • An Unflavored Powder that Can Be Mixed with Water or Juice – or Add it to Your Smoothie
  • Each Packet Contains 2,000 mg of Myo-Inositol
  • Contains MethylFolate, a Bioavailable Form of Folic Acid – Adequate Intake of Folic Acid May Reduce the Risk of Neural Tube Defects
  • Contains No: Gluten, Dairy, Soy, Yeast, Lactose, Eggs, Nuts, Sugar, Artificial Colors or Artificial Preservatives
  • GMO-Free and Suitable for Vegetarians
  • One Box Provides 30 Stick Packs (30 Servings)
  • Manufactured in the USA using imported and domestic ingredients in a GMP-Certified Manufacturing Facility

What is the difference between folic acid, folate and methylfolate? 

Vitamin B9 is typically referred to as folic acid or folate, the synthetic form found in fortified foods and many vitamin supplements or the form that naturally occurs in foods, respectively. Yet, to be utilized effectively in the body, both the synthetic and most of the food-derived folate we consume must be converted via a natural enzyme pathway in our body to the final bioactive form called L-methylfolate (also known as 5-MTHF). It is at this time, when MTHF is created, that “active B9” can enter cells and cross over the blood brain barrier to help nourish our tissues and brains optimally.
 

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Pill-Free B Family Vitamins. 
Taking Pills Can Be a Challenge. Plus, Powders Are Often Gentler on the Stomach Than Pills.
Folic Acid May Prevent Birth Defects. 
Folate Plays an Important Role in Cell Division and It Is Critical that a Woman Has Plenty in Her Body Before Conception.
Individual Packets Go Where You Go.
Carry Discreetly in Your Purse or Briefcase. Mixes Easily and Thoroughly with Non-Carbonated Liquids or Soft Foods.
Myo-Folate Contains No Artificial Dyes or Preservatives
 Ensured for Quality and Potency. Manufactured in the USA using imported and domestic ingredients in a GMP Certified Facility.
 

Ingredients

Directions for Use: Mix one packet per day with 8 ounces or more of water or any non-carbonated beverage. Stir thoroughly to ensure contents dissolve completely.

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Ingredients: Folate (as 5-Methyltetrahydrofolate, Calcium) 333 mcg DFE, Myo-Inositol 2000 mg.
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Below is a list of the most frequently asked questions about Myo-Folate. 

Recommended Use for Optimal Results

Can I take Myo-Folate™ when I am pregnant or breastfeeding?

Myo-Folate is designed to support fertility, so once you become pregnant, its job is done! We recommend that once you get that big fat positive on a pregnancy test, you discontinue taking Myo-Folate™, and that you start taking it again when you are ready to conceive your next baby.

Can I take two packets of Myo-Folate™ per day?

Each packet of Myo-Folate™ contains 2,000 mg of myo-inositol and 333 mcg of folate. We recommend taking one packet each day to support optimal fertility. However, some women find that 4,000 mg of myo-inositol per day is beneficial for them, and will choose to take 2 packets each day.

Should I take a prenatal vitamin along with Myo-Folate™?

Yes, absolutely. Myo-Folate™ is designed to support fertility and reproductive health. However, it is not designed to provide all of the preconception vitamin and mineral support that you need. We recommend that all women who are actively trying to conceive take a prenatal/preconception multivitamin.

Can I take FertilAid for Women with Myo-Folate™?

Yes, Myo-Folate™ and FertilAid for Women can be taken together. Like Myo-Folate™, FertilAid for Women supports hormone balancing and fertility, but it does so using herbal ingredients, and also contains a full prenatal vitamin – all of which makes it compatible with Myo-Folate™.

Why can’t I mix Myo-Folate™ with carbonated beverages?

We don’t recommend it as it can change the taste, appearance, and ability to mix it in.


Benefits of Myo-Folate

Why is methylfolate better than folic acid? 

Methylfolate is the bioactive form of Vitamin B9.

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Disclaimer:
Information on this site is not meant to substitute for the advice of a physician or medical professional and should not be not used for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease, or prescribing any medication. Information and statements regarding dietary supplements are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. If trying to conceive and you have irregular or absent periods or are not pregnant after 6 months we recommend that you consult a physician.

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