Folate is significantly involved in metabolism and important growth processes. The vitamin also plays a major role in cell division, blood formation, the formation of the nervous system in the fetus, and the formation of the brain.
Coenzymes containing folic acid are centrally involved in the conversion of amino acids and the formation of structural and functional proteins. Folic acid-containing coenzymes are also important in the production of DNA during cell growth. Therefore, cells that grow or renew quickly are particularly dependent on a sufficient supply of folate. This applies especially to cells of the lung, the intestinal wall and the blood.
The chip contains frequencies and information to support the absorption, utilization and effectiveness of vitamin B9.