Folic acid with vitamin D
- At conceive and pregnancy
- Supports the development of the baby
- Melt in the mouth
- With day indication
- Available in packs of 84 tablets melt
- With vitamin D3: Cholecalciferol
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|Supports the development of the baby||Folic acid (vitamin B11)|
|Contributes to formation of the placenta||Folic acid (vitamin B11)|
|Contributes to formation of red blood cells||Folic acid (vitamin B11), vitamin D|
|Maintaining strong bones||Vitamin D|
|Contributes to bone baby||Vitamin D|
Even before you get pregnant, you give your baby the best start through healthy eating and healthy living. If you are planning a pregnancy or pregnant, has raised the need for folic acid and vitamin D. The advice is then also to supplement the diet with additional folic acid and vitamin D.
Why folic acid?
In the early days of pregnancy the need for folic acid increases. Folic acid, or vitamin B11, which plays an important role in the early development of the unborn child. Folic acid has a beneficial effect on the process of cell division and tissue growth, which from the first day after fertilization begins. At that time, you know you are not yet aware of your pregnancy because you are not on time. Therefore it is important even before you get pregnant to start taking folic acid. Being a pregnant woman is almost impossible to get inside the required amount of folic acid through diet, the Health recommends women to have children and pregnant women to a day using a supplement containing 400 micrograms of folic acid from 4 weeks before conception to and by 10 weeks after the first day of the last menstrual period. In the further course of the pregnancy remains the need for folic acid increased. It helps in the development of the placenta, is good for the formation of red blood cells and supports the process of cell division that 9 months will continue until finally it is formed a new human body.
Why Vitamin D?
During pregnancy, the need for vitamin Dverhoogd. The Health advises pregnant women to take 10 micrograms of vitamin D daily in addition to the normal diet. Vitamin D helps calcium is well absorbed from the diet. It is therefore important for maintaining strong bones for you as a mother and plays an important role in the baby's bone.