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Mulitvitamin with No Folic Acid

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by LisaGoddard, Oct 17, 2012.

  1. LisaGoddard

    LisaGoddard Senior Member

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    Great excitement!! I have found a multivitamin which does not contain folic acid. It was developed for people with autism. It contains folate (as L-5-methyltetrahydrofolate) and small amounts of adenosyl and methyb12 also. I am going to order some and will post how I get on. It is produced by Klaire labs - see below
    http://klaire.com/prod/proddetail.asp?id=K-VTSC

    The only place in the UK that seems to stock it is mandimart
    http://www.mandimart.co.uk/vitaspectrum-180-capsules-klaire-labs-787-p.asp

    Lisa
     
  2. alice

    alice Senior Member

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    Here are two more multis that do not contain folic acid :

    Pure Encapsulation Nutrient 950, which has Folate 800 mcg (as Metafolin) and B12 1,000 mcg (methylcobalamine). Serving size: 6 capsules.. NFI

    The other is Thorne Basic Nutrients V: Folate: 1 gm. and Vitamin B12 as adeno//methylcobalamin 450 mcg. Serving size: 6 capsules. RichVank recommended this at one time. NFI

    I would caution that if ordered from a large vitamin house, check to make sure they have these new formulations, because several places I checked still had older stock with folic acid. Sorry don't know if these brands are sold in UK.
     
  3. LisaGoddard

    LisaGoddard Senior Member

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    Thanks Alice! I hadn't heard of either of these.
     
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