Folic Acid Nutritional Supplements Avanafil Powder Reduce the birth rate of fetuses with neural tube malformation and c
1, Product title: Folic acid
2, Product Description:
Folic acid, also known as vitamin B9, is a water-soluble vitamin. 0.4 mg folic acid is used to prevent fetal neural tube malformation. The study of the Slyan folic acid project, verified by the 250,000 cases of Sino-US cooperative project to prevent neural tube malformation in the country , indicates that the rate of fetal neural tube malformation can be reduced by 85% if the expectal mother takes 0.4 mg folic acid during the preparation of pregnancy, and this result has been widely used in more than 50 countries around the world. 5 milligram folic acid is to use to treat female anaemia, consumer must value instruction book seriously when choosing to buy, undertake choice according to different circumstance. Folic acid, one of the vitamin B complex, is equivalent to pteroylglutamic acid (PGA), which is purified from spinach leaves by Mitchell (H.K. Mitchell, 1941), so it is named folic acid. It has the effect of promoting the maturation of young cells in bone marrow. If the lack of folic acid in humans can cause anemia of giant red blood cells and leukopenia, it is especially important to pregnant women.
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4, Product basic information:
Folic acid is composed of pteridine, p-aminobenzoic acid, and L-glutamic acid, also known as sphenoylglutamic acid. It is a B vitamin. After its discovery, it has been named: vitamin M, vitamin BC, R factor, etc. In 1941, because of the biological factor found in spinach, so named folic acid. Folic acid is found in fresh fruits, vegetables, and meat. Folic acid in food can be lost by 50 to 90 percent if it is cooked for a long time. Folic acid is mainly absorbed in the duodenum and proximal jejunum. The amount of folic acid stored in the human body is 5 to 20mg. Folic acid is mainly excreted through urine and feces, and the daily excretion amount is 2 ~ 5ug. 
5, Function of folic acid:
Folic acid is essential for the body to use sugars and amino acids and is essential for the growth and reproduction of cells in the body.
Folate in the body Folate acts in the form of tetrahydrofolate, which is involved in the synthesis and conversion of purine nucleic acids and pyrimidine nucleotides in the body. Folic acid plays an important role in the production of nucleic acids (RNA, DNA). Folic acid helps with protein metabolism and, together with vitamin B12, promotes the formation and maturation of red blood cells. It is essential for the production of red blood cells. Folic acid also acts as a promoter of Lactobacillus casei and other microorganisms.
Folic acid plays an important role in cell division and growth, synthesis of nucleic acid, amino acid and protein. Lack of folic acid can lead to abnormal red blood cells, an increase in immature cells, anemia, and leukopenia. Folic acid is an indispensable nutrient for fetal growth and development. Lack of folic acid in pregnant women has been linked to low birth weight, cleft lip and palate, and heart defects. Deficiency of folic acid during the first three months of pregnancy can lead to defects in fetal neural tube development, leading to deformities. Therefore, women who are trying to become pregnant should start taking 100 to 300 micrograms of folic acid a day before they become pregnant.
6, Physical and chemical properties:
Pale orange yellow crystal or thin slice. About 250℃ darkened, not melting and carbonization. Soluble in hot dilute hydrochloric acid and sulfur, slightly soluble in acetic acid, phenol-pyridine, hydroxide base and carbonate solution, slightly soluble in methanol, insoluble in ethanol and butanol, insoluble in ether, acetone, chloroform and benzene. At 25℃ water solubility is only 0.0016mg/mL, about 1% in boiling water, 1g of folic acid in 10mL of water suspension, pH is 4.8-4.8.
The sodium salts of folic acid, however, dissolve easily in water, but when exposed to light they break down into teropterines and sodium aminobenzoyl glutamate. Folic acid is stable in the air, but it breaks down and loses its vitality when exposed to ultraviolet light. It is thermally unstable in acidic solutions, but is very stable in neutral and alkaline environments, and will not be destroyed when heated for 1 hour at 100℃.
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