Who Needs Methylate
Could you use more pep in your step?
If you keep finding yourself in an afternoon slump, you may need methylation support.*
Methylation is a process that affects nearly every biochemical process in your body. From providing mental clarity to ensuring your DNA replicates correctly, proper methylation is critical.*
Specific nutrients are required for your methylation processes to run smoothly. These include active forms of B vitamins, methyl donors, and cofactors for your methylation pathway enzymes.*
Methylate is a targeted methylation support formula designed by epigenetics expert Dr. Ben Lynch. It contains gentle doses of your daily essential methylation nutrients.*
When people start taking methylation support, many discover that most formulas are far too potent. How do they know? They experience side effects such as headaches, irritability, or rapid heartbeat.*
Methylate is a solution for people sensitive to the higher doses found in most methylation supplements. The lower dosage allows you to optimize, rather than overwhelm, your methylation cycle. By supporting methylation gently, common unpleasant side effects from methylated nutrients may be lessened or prevented completely.*
Methylate includes active forms of folate, vitamin B12, and nine other targeted nutrients to support healthy methylation and homocysteine levels. You can take it alongside your multivitamin or B complex for additional methylation support.*
People with common MTHFR genetic mutations often benefit from methylation support. Depending on the speed of their MTHFR enzymes, they may need lower or higher amounts of nutrition.*
Do you want to support healthy homocysteine levels? The targeted nutrients in Methylate help your body convert homocysteine into harmless methionine. This supports healthy levels of homocysteine for cardiovascular wellness.*
If you’re looking for a tasty chewable vitamin that supports methylation quickly, comprehensively, and gently, then Methylate is for you!
Why Methylate Works
Methylation is a critical biochemical reaction happening constantly in every cell of your body. On the cellular level, methylation is the process of transferring a methyl group (CH3) to a molecule. This activates the receiving molecule so your body can use it.*
The methylation cycle involves passing a methyl group from the amino acid methionine, turning it into homocysteine, then recycling homocysteine back into methionine. There are numerous enzymes involved in this process that require specific minerals and vitamins in order to function.*
The targeted nutrients in Methylate support your methylation pathway enzymes to work optimally.*
- Riboflavin is a cofactor for the MTHFR gene, which helps to produce methylfolate.*
- Niacin is a cofactor for the MTRR enzyme, which allows B12 to participate in MTR enzyme methyl group transfer reactions.*
- Methylfolate & Vitamin B12 are both needed to recycle homocysteine back into methionine.*
- Zinc is a cofactor for the MTR and BHMT enzymes.*
- Vitamin B6 is needed as a coenzyme for the CBS enzyme to make glutathione from homocysteine.*
- Choline supports dirty CHDH or PEMT enzymes/genes.*
- Magnesium is a cofactor for the MAT1A enzyme.*
- Betaine (TMG) is a methyl donor and supports BHMT enzyme activity.*
- PQQ supports healthy oxidative stress levels. The B12 recycling enzymes, MTR and MTRR, function best in low oxidative stress environments.*
- Molybdenum supports sulfite metabolism. Some people are sensitive to sulfite production in the glutathione pathway when methylation is supported.*
The nutrients in Methylate synergistically support a healthy methylation cycle and homocysteine recycling.*
People with MTHFR gene mutations (especially the C677T variety) can have significant reductions in methylation. This is true even if they take plenty of folate! Many benefit from supplementing with the nutrient cofactors needed by methylation pathway enzymes.*
When you have two copies of the MTHFR gene (homozygous), it becomes even more important to provide methylation support for your body. However, taking high doses can lead to over-methylation. Common symptoms of too much methylation support include headaches, irritability, insomnia, runny nose, body pain, and itchy skin.*
Methylate provides lower doses of methylation nutrients. This is ideal if you are sensitive to the higher doses found in most methyl support supplements. With Seeking Health’s Methylate, you can support methylation gently, quickly, and comprehensively with only one delicious chewable vitamin per day!*
* This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Chew 1 tablet with or without food. Tablets may be cut into halves or quarters if a lesser dose is desired and taken throughout the day. Do not take within 5 hours of bedtime as it may interfere with sleep. Use as directed by your healthcare professional.
Who is Methylate intended for?
Those who will benefit most from Methylate may be individuals who typically do not tolerate higher dose methylation-support products. Methylate contains lower doses of B vitamins and has the addition of other folate and methionine pathway cofactors to support your methylation more comprehensively.*
Those who dislike swallowing capsules may desire this chewable version of a methylation support formulation.
It may also help those who are looking for some low-dose energy support throughout the day; keep a bottle in your purse, in your car or on your desk, so that you may provide support for neurotransmitter production, healthy energy levels, and a healthy mood.*
Does Methylate contain gluten or grains?
Methylate is gluten-free.
Methylate does not contain grains. However, this formula contains ascorbyl palmitate which is derived in part from highly purified corn oil. Due to the processes used to manufacture the finished ingredients, the final product is free from corn proteins.
Is Methylate free from GMOs?
Testing verifies that this product is free from GMO markers.
Are there any side effects when using Methylate?
Side effects of Methylate include, but are not limited to:
- Upset stomach
- Increased urination
- Loss of appetite
If you believe that you are experiencing any adverse reactions, please see your healthcare professional immediately and discontinue use. Each individual may react differently to any product or supplement due to lifestyle, genetics, and preexisting conditions.
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