Available without a prescription in pharmacies & on the Internet!
About the product
Inofolic® is a dietary supplement containing the active ingredients myo-inositol and folic acid. The foods we consume contain myo-inositol and folic acid. Unfortunately, during stressful times, such as trying to achieve pregnancy or during pregnancy, additional intake is important. In addition, to a healthy and balanced diet, Inofolic can ensure your consumption of key nutrients. Our product is available in two lines: Infolic® and Infolic® Premium. Both products are free of lactose, gluten, gelatine, colourings and preservatives.
For your well-being.Inofolic®
Myo-inositol, the active ingredient of Inofolic®, has been clinically investigated in numerous studies.
INOFOLIC® should be taken twice a day
preferably between meals.
The preparation is quick, simply dissolve a pack in a glass of water and drink. Please consult with your doctor or pharmacist before starting to take INOFOLIC® .
Inofolic® contains the active ingredients myo-inositol and folic acid. This proven compound is particularly beneficial as a dietary supplement for women who want to have children. It promotes your well-being during pregnancy and is ideal for women who wish to have children.
What does folic acid do?
Folic acid or folate contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system and the growth of maternal tissue during pregnancy.
This is why folate is an essential vitamin. It is very important that we eat foods containing folate since our bodies cannot produce this vital vitamin itself!
It is very important that we eat foods containing folate since our bodies cannot produce this vital vitamin itself! Folic Acid is found in green vegetables, cabbage, fruit, legumes, wholemeal products, soybeans, egg yolks and liver.
What is myo-inositol?
The human body produces myo-inositol, the substance is present in practically all tissues in the human body. This substance is involved, i.e., in the transport of fats in the blood.
Myo-inositol is found in various foods, e.g. in nuts, beans, wheat and wheat germ, oranges.