Folic acid, or the so-called folacin, belongs to the water-soluble vitamins (namely B9) and is one of the most important ones for the good health of our body.
Folic acid reduces the risk of congenital disabilities of the baby up to 70%, helping for the proper development of the spine and the brain; it is also involved in the formation of DNA and RNA, thanks to which it activates the cell growth.
Vitamin V9 takes an active part in the metabolism processes.
Also, folic acid contributes to the normal formation of the red blood cells, preventing the body from developing anemia and has beneficial effects on the nervous system, reducing the level of the stress hormones.
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