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Folic Acid


Folic Acid: natural ingredient of Mycolor

Folic Acid (Vitamin B9) is necessary for the development and proper functioning of the nervous system and bone marrowFolic Acid (Vitamin B9) is necessary for the development and proper functioning of the ner-
vous system and bone marrow. It is Involved in the conversion of protein to energy and implement a major role in supporting the generation of nucleic acids (DNA and RNA), which are essential for the preservation of the genetic material of the cells and vital for the growth and reproduction.

Vitamin B9 supports the cell renewal and helps in the formation of red blood cells. A Diverse and conscious diet, rich in fruits and vegetables is able to ensure the presence of this valuable vitamin.
Nevertheless, a slight insufficiency of folic acid is quite frequent, also because it is a very delicate vitamin and the exposure to light and high temperatures of cooking can demolish it with extreme ease.

The main signals of deficiency of folic acid include fatigue, insomnia, loss of appetite and ulcers in the lining of the mouth. If prolonged, the lack of folic acid can cause injury to the lips and tongue and a particular form of said megaloblastic anemia which is more serious if the lack of folic acid is associated with an insufficiency of vitamin B12 and iron.

Folic Acid: natural ingredient of MycolorIn pregnant women,a diet particularly low in folic acid can cause fetal malformations with damage in the development of the nervous system of the unborn child. In young children can cause growth retarda-

Folic acid is particularly valuable for the premature babies or underweight, which often suffer from a lack of this vitamin so necessary for development.
It is need for people undergoing dialysis, individuals who suffer from poor intestinal absorption, those with psoriasis and alcoholics to which it is suggested to increase the daily amount of folic acid for its protector effect of the liver.

It is important to remember that a high intake of vitamin C and Frequent and prolonged intake of certain drugs, signifi-
cantly decreased the content of folic acid in the body.
Apart from some sporadic and not serious allergic reactions of the skin, are not reported harmful consequences resulting from an excess of folic acid.
After being absorbed in the intestinal tract, the folic acid is activated by the liver, which converts it into folinic acid and distributes to various tissues or possibly puts him as a reserve.

Folic acid and its derivatives taking part in the synthesis of hemoglobin and certain amino acids such as methionine and glutamic acid. Are of great interest for the development, reproduction and for the proper functioning of the nervous system.
Together with vitamin B12, with which it shares many activities including the best known is the anti-anemic, folic acid is one of the two most recent vitamins identification.

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