Drinkable Myo-Inositol and Folate for Fertility
Myo-Folate™ is a fertility powder that combines two powerful ingredients for supporting optimal fertility and 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 200 mcg of folic acid as Quatrefolic, a patented, methylfolate form of folate that is more bioavailable than synthetic folic acid.
Myo-Inositol, a naturally occurring substance belonging to the B complex family of vitamins, is an insulin-sensitizing agent. Myo-inositol helps to promote proper utilization of the hormone insulin, which in turn supports proper hormone balance, ovarian function, egg quality and menstrual cycle regularity. Myo-Folate™ provides 2000 mg of myo-inositol per serving, the daily dosage often recommended to support fertility and reproductive wellness.
Myo-Folate™ also provides folate as 200 mcg of folate as Quatrefolic, a patented form of folic acid that is more bioavailable than synthetic folic acid. Folic acid may reduce the risk of neural tube defects.
- Each Packet Contains 2,000 mg of Myo-Inositol to Support Egg Quality, Ovarian Function, and Sugar Metabolism – Drinkable Powder is Gentle on Your Stomach
- Myo-Folate™ Offers Drinkable Fertility Support – a Convenient Alternative to Swallowing Capsules
- An Unflavored Fertility Powder that Can Be Mixed with Water or Juice – or Add it to Your Smoothie
- Contains Methylfolate as Quatrefolic, a Patented, Bioavailable Form of Folic Acid – Adequate Intake of Folic Acid May Reduce the Risk of Neural Tube Defects
- GMO-Free and Suitable for Vegetarians
- Contains No: Gluten, Dairy, Soy, Yeast, Lactose, Eggs, Nuts, Sugar, Artificial Colors or Artificial Preservatives
- One Box Provides 30 Stick Packs (30 Servings)
- Made in the USA in a GMP-Certified Manufacturing Facility
Just 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. Successful conversion from folic acid or folate to MTHF is dependent upon a converting enzyme known as MTHFR. Unfortunately, gene mutations to this enzyme are quite common, impacting between 25 and 60 percent of the population. When this converting enzyme does not function due to a genetic mutation, the conversion of folic acid and folate to the active form of vitamin B9 is stopped, which leads to increased risk for multiple diseases, worsens certain aspects of PCOS, and negatively impacts pregnancy outcomes.