L-Methylfolate / MTHF
Methylation support supplements - L-Methylfolate 5-MTHF
Methylation is the addition of a methyl group (a carbon atom with three hydrogen atoms attached) to proteins, enzymes, chemicals, DNA, or amino acids like homocysteine. It is a vital and fundamental process that takes place in many biochemical pathways involving detoxification, cardiovascular health, neurological health, eye health, muscle health, bone health, and redox balance. Effective methylation also has roles in the biosynthesis and breakdown of catecholamines, such as epinephrine. This is an important aspect of healthy adrenal functioning. HormoneSynergy® offers a complete line of science-based, natural formulas that offer strategic support to help support 5-MTHF methylation, and homocysteine metabolism.*
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