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MTHFR Wellbeing Prenatal Methyl 90 Caps

$61.16 AUD
$67.28 AUD including GST
  • Description Overview
  • Directions for Use
  • Ingredients
  • Additional Resources
  • Description Overview
  • Prenatal Methyl contains 5-methyltetrahydrofolate (5-MTHF), a biologically active form
    of folate which supports a healthy pregnancy and healthy foetal development. It also contains zinc which supports reproductive system health and preconception health in
    healthy males and females.

      Package Size

      90 Hard Capsules

      Key Features

      • Contains a complete multivitamin for women AND men in preconception
      • Contains a complete multivitamin for women throughout pregnancy and breastfeeding
      • Does NOT contain iron
      • Contains biologically active folate
      • Folate is required for DNA Synthesis, making it crucial for cell division
      • Both Vitamin B12 and folate are necessary for the synthesis of both RNA and DNA and as such is essential for proper celluar division and transmission of the genetic code to all newly formed cells
      • B12 is an important cofactor in the maintenance of normal DNA synthesis.

        Free from

        Free from gluten, egg, GMO, dairy, fish, shellfish, tree nuts

      • Directions for Use
      • Adults (Males and Females): Take 3 capsules once per day, with water.

        Label Warnings

        Advise your doctor of any medicine you take during pregnancy, particularly in your first trimester. This medicine contains selenium which is toxic in high doses. A daily dose of 150 micrograms for adults of selenium from dietary supplements should not be exceeded. Do not take while on warfarin therapy without medical advice. Stop taking this medication if you experience tingling, burning or numbness and see your healthcare practitioner as soon as possible (contains Vitamin B6). Vitamins and minerals can only be of assistance if dietary intake is inadequate.


      • Ingredients
      • Label Image


        Leucine, ascorbyl palmitate, colloidal anhydrous silica, vegetarian hard capsule (hypromellose and purified water).

      • Additional Resources
      • Links to Relevant Blogs on Our Website

        Links to Relevant Webinars

        Links to Relevant Research

        1. MTHFR Support. Folate or folic. MTHFR Support Australia. (Retrieved 2021). 
        2. MTHFR Support. Folate and Brain. MTHFR Support Australia. (Retrieved 2021). 
        3. MTHFR Support. Preconception, Pregnancy and Folate. MTHFR Support Australia. (Retrieved 2021). 
        4. MTHFR Support. Role of 5-Methyletetrahydrofolate (5-MTHF) in Cardiovascular disease. MTHFR Support Australia. (Retrieved 2021). 
        5. MTHFR Support. B12 deficiency and Folate. MTHFR Support Australia. (Retrieved 2021). 
        6. MTHFR Support. Risks of Folic Acid and Excessive Folate Intake in Pregnancy. MTHFR Support Australia. (Retrieved 2021). 
        7. Cochrane K, et al. Is natural (6S)-5-methyltetrahydrofolic acid as effective as synthetic folic acid in increasing serum and red blood cell folate concentrations during pregnancy? A proof-of-concept pilot study. Trials. 2020; 21(1), 380.
        8. Niederberger KE, et al. Safety evaluation of calcium L-methylfolate. Toxicol Rep. 2019; 6:1018-1030. Published 2019 Sep 26. doi:10.1016/j.toxrep.2019.09.012
        9. Servy EJ,et al. MTHFR isoform carriers. 5-MTHF (5-methyl tetrahydrofolate) vs folic acid: a key to pregnancy outcome: a case series. J Assist Reprod Genet. 2018;35(8):1431-1435. doi:10.1007/s10815-018-1225-2
        10. Vidmar Golja M, et al. Folate Insufficiency Due to MTHFR Deficiency Is Bypassed by 5-Methyltetrahydrofolate. J Clin Med. 2020;9(9):2836. Published 2020 Sep 2. doi:10.3390/jcm9092836
        11. Freeman MP, et al. A prenatal supplement with methylfolate for the treatment and prevention of depression in women trying to conceive and during pregnancy. Ann Clin Psychiatry. 2019 Feb;31(1):4-16. PMID: 30699214.
        12. Scaglione F, et al. Folate, folic acid and 5-methyltetrahydrofolate are not the same thing. Xenobiotica. 2014 May;44(5):480-8. doi: 10.3109/00498254.2013.845705. Epub 2014 Feb 4. PMID: 24494987.