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Saturday, November 22, 2014

A Bad Child? Or, Gifted at Disruptive Behavior? Simple Fix

"I wouldn't say your son is a bad child. He's just gifted at disruptive behavior..." Ever heard this or something like this, or thought this?

There's a potentially simple fix for childhood behavioral problems.

Folate deficiency during female pregnancy may be associated with an increase in behavioral problems later in a child's life while on the other hand, supplementation with natural folate (ie Nature Folate, 5-MTHF, methyl-folate) early in pregnancy may significantly reduce this risk.

I recommend using natural folates (see why here) instead of synthetic folic acid when supplementing this important B vitamin.

The product tech sheet for Prenatal Pro, which provides optimal supplementation for pregnant women, lactating women, and women wishing to become pregnant. This prenatal multivitamin contains a proprietary NatureFolate™ blend of active isomer naturally-occurring folates in place of synthetic folic acid.

Interesting to take a look at my blog post from November 21st, 2014 for a looksee how important this nutrient (and a nutrient dense diet in general) is for male pre-conception too!

*Please share with any females who you know will be or who are trying to conceive soon.

*Source: Lack Of Folic Acid Linked To Behavioral Problems In Children

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