Folic Acid

Folic Acid.

Studies have also shown how Folic Acid can help the body produce healthy red blood cells and support our bodies natural defences. This incredible nutrient has also long been referred to for pregnancy, with a growing body of studies showing how it is essential to help support foetal growth and development,

  • Heart Health

    Heart Health

  • Immunity


  • Prenatal


Plastic free
Sugar free

Benefits of Folic Acid

Seeing that the body is carrying enough oxygen throughout, Folic Acid helps produce healthy red blood cells. Reducing the likelihood of anaemia, this essential nutrient is also key for supporting our bodies natural defences. More recent research has suggested that supplementing Folic Acid throughout the entire pregnancy, rather than just during the first trimester, can also have benefits for brain development and cognitive behaviour in early life (find out more in our blog here). 

By supplementing Folic Acid in our delicious vegan gummy stack, it is not only easier to consume whilst battling first trimester nausea, it is also absorbed into your body quicker and more effectively than standard isolated tablets.


Red blood cell production, immunity, fetus spine health and cognitive development

Protects Against:

Anaemia, neural defects, fatigue and arthritis

Tastes of:


Milligram per serving:


Percentage of NRV per serving:


Powered by science.

It’s widely known that women trying to conceive and expecting mums should take folic acid to help aid fetal development. But are there other benefits for the fetus’ and child’s development? Here, we look at the scientific research and studies to breakdown why this important supplement is so crucial for pregnancies.

Research & studies

The NHS recommends that all women trying to conceive and who are pregnant should take a daily dose of 400 micrograms a day for the first trimester of their pregnancy to support the growth of the baby’s spine.Learn more here.

Revolutionise your nutrition regime

Do you know which vitamins are in your personalised stack?