NHS Recommended Folate & Vitamin D for Fertility & Pregnancy

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The NHS recommends taking a vitamin D and folic acid supplement throughout fertility and pregnancy.

This pack contains our Vitamin D Spray and our Folate supplement. Folate is the active and more easily absorbed form of folic acid.

  • Recommended by the NHS
  • 1000iu (25ug) Vitamin D per spray
  • 400μg Folate per capsule


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Vitamin D Spray

Recommended by the NHS throughout fertility and pregnancy.

Vitamin D levels can be considered key to egg development, especially for women going through IVF. Our Vitamin D spray is a high dose, daily spray in the form of D3 which is able to more effectively raise vitamin D levels. 

Folate Capsules

Recommended by the NHS for fertility and pregnancy.

Female Fertility: Important to build stores prior to pregnancy. Needed for the development of red blood cells and DNA production

Male Fertility: Vitally important for the normal functioning of the immune system and for normal cell division

Pregnancy: Known to help prevent spina bifida. Works together with Vitamin B12 to ensure healthy cell-division and normal tissue growth during pregnancy

Postnatal: Promotes the production of new and healthy cells for your body. Supplementation can be valuable as good supplies are hard to get from food alone, especially when breastfeeding

"Lack of folate increases risk of neural tube defects developing in the unborn baby.

Vitamin D is recommended throughout pregnancy, particularly in winter. The recommended dose of vitamin D is 400iu but if you are deficient higher doses may be recommended, this is safe in pregnancy although the NHS warns not to take doses higher than 4000 iu daily. ”

- Isabelle Obert (Fertility Nutritionist)

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the difference between folate and folic acid?

  • Why should I take a vitamin D supplement?

  • Why is folic acid recommended by the NHS?

  • Can vitamin D deficiency impact fertility?

  • Why is vitamin D important for fertility and pregnancy?

  • How much Vitamin D should I take during pregnancy?

  • How much Folic Acid should I take for fertility and pregnancy?

  • When should I start taking Folate & Vitamin D?

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