Folic acid is known as a women’s health supplement due to its role as a prenatal vitamin.
It has a very important role here but, honestly, aside from folic acid being a necessary factor in preventing neural tube defects and its necessity before and during pregnancy there isn’t much else that is “feminine” about this supplement.
This also extends to B-vitamin complexes that are marketed towards women, as these complexes tend to be marketed on the back of folic acid exclusively (and perhaps B12 since veganism may be more common in women relative to men).
Ultimately, folic acid is more a prenatal supplement than it is a women’s health supplement. Beyond the issue of pregnancy folic acid does not differentiate too much in its actions between women and men.
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