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Why Methylated Vitamins?
Think of the body like a complex machine with lots of gears that operate a host of biological systems. Methylation is the switch that makes those gears run.
Unmethylated vitamins, like folic acid found in most supplements, turn those gears inefficiently, and for some people not at all.
That's why we only use methylated B vitamins in our formulas such as methylfolate (B9), methylcobalamin (B12), and pyridoxal-5-phosphate (B6).
We Only Use Methylfolate
Methylfolate is the methylated (biologically active form) of vitamin B9 - the form your body actually uses. By using methylfolate instead of folic acid, you can bypass the pathway that changes folic acid to methylfolate.
If you have the MTHFR gene variant, you cannot make the enzyme that converts folic acid to methylfolate. You must take methylfolate. Even if you don’t have the MTHFR gene variant, the benefits of taking methylfolate are numerous. When we are stressed or get older, our bodies are not efficient at the methylation process, thus contributing to aging.
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