Thorne Basic Prenatal (for those of you who have regular menstrual cycles & MTHFR Gene Mutation) )

By on May 22, 2019

Prenatals are not “pre-conception” supplements. Which is why if you do not have regular cycles, you need to be careful about ingesting them.  Speak to a healthcare provider about testing  your iron levels and other nutrient levels to determine whether prenatals are the right choice for you.

Thorne Basic Prenatal is formulated with methylfolate rather than a synthetic form of folic acid. Research suggests that people who have been diagnosed with the MTHFR gene mutation have a harder time converting folate into its useable form of methylfolate. If you have a history of miscarriages or implantation issues, you might find it useful to find our if you carry this What’s puzzling is that som women who carry this mutation have had one or more full term pregnancies before learning about MTHFR.

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Inconceivable & The Fertile Female

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