Balance-Methyl-COFO

Balance-Methyl-COFO

$40.80

This product is a comprehensive formula containing targeted amounts of five essential nutrients designed to aggressively provide methylation support and homocysteine balance in the

body. This product provides high-concentration folate (as Quatrefolic®- 100% 5-MTHF), the biologically active form, along with trimethylglycine, and critical methylation vitamins B2, B6, B12. This specific blend of methyl donors promotes DNA repair, homocysteine balance, neurotransmitter production, hormone balance, and healthy detoxification.

How Balance MethylCofo Benefits the Body:

  • Provides optimal methylation support and cardiovascular health
  • Supports healthy homocysteine levels
  • Increases neurotransmitter production
  • Supports primary detoxification pathways
  • Promotes DNA

What is Methylation?

Methylation is a vitamin-requiring biochemical process in the body that is critical for supporting different aspects of mental and physical health, including the regulation of gene expression. When methylation occurs, it has a positive impact on our body’s biochemical reactions from cardiovascular health to detoxification systems. Methylation occurs billions of times every second and helps the body to repair DNA continually. When the body's methylation support processes slow down, breakage of DNA strands can occur. In addition to maintaining DNA repair, methylation reactions keep up optimal neurotransmitter production, homocysteine balance and the recycling of molecules that are required for detoxification and healthy inflammatory response.

Now that we answered “what is Methylation,” let’s discuss why you need to provide methylation support for your body.

Why is Methylation Support Important For Your Body And Cardiovascular Health?

In the past few decades, many studies have begun to investigate the link between cardiovascular risk factors and the outcomes of DNA methylation. While methylation support is required for proper energy metabolism and immune and nerve cell function, it can also be inhibited by nutrient deficiencies and could interfere with cardiovascular health. While the research is still within its infancy stage, there have been clear links between proper methylation support and decreasing cardiovascular health based on age, environmental factors, and regular diet.

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