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If youre planning to have a baby, its important that you take folic acid
If you’re planning to have a baby, it’s recommended that you start taking folic acid at least 14 weeks before you become pregnant and to continue taking a supplement until week 12. But even if you’re not planning yet, it's advised that all females capable of conceiving should take folic acid every day.
 
Folic acid is important for the development of a healthy spine and brain in the early stages of pregnancy. The risk of spina bifida can be reduced if all mums-to-be were taking a daily folic acid supplement.
The recommended daily allowance is to take a supplement of 0.4mg of folic acid as it isn't possible to get the amount of folic acid you and your baby need from food alone.
 
Taking a folic acid supplement such as Clonfolic and maintaining a healthy diet will help make sure you and your baby are healthy throughout the pregnancy.
 
Folic acid is important for unborn babies as it helps develop the nervous system. It helps prevent Spina Bifida and other Neural Tube Defects. NTDs are birth defects of the brain, spinal cord and the spine. This can happen in the first month of pregnancy, often before you know you’re expecting. Folic acid also protects against other defects like cleft palate and lip.
 
As well as preventing birth defects, folic acid also helps regulate your mood. Folic acid and Vitamin B lowers your homocysteine levels, which are often found in people who are suffering from mental health disorders like depression.
Clonfolic has been specially developed to provide precisely the required amount of folic acid for all females capable of conceiving and is available from all good pharmacies nationwide. For more information visit www.clonfolic.ie
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