Vitamin B6

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Pyridoxine (vitamin B-6) is a critically important nutrient for protein and essential fatty acids metabolism, which is important for converting these food substrates into energy.  Other important functions of vitamin B-6 is to support the production of immune system antibodies, the formation of red blood cells, the activation of enzymes, sodium and potassium regulation, the absorption of vitamin B12, and the maintenance and proper functioning of the brain and nervous ...

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P-5-P MAG – Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate w/Magnesium

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Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate, which is the converted and easy-to-assimilate form of vitamin B6, is supplied along with magnesium, an essential nutrient that assists B6 in its metabolic activity. Magnesium glycinate chelate is a form of magnesium that is well-tolerated that assimilates without irritation to the GI tissues. P-5-P MAG is useful for individuals with amino acid imbalances, nutritional deficiencies of both B6 and magnesium, or compromised liver function.

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Methyl-Mate

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Methylcobalamin or Methyl B12 is an important form of vitamin B12 that is considered to be utilized and more absorbable than other forms of B12.  Optimal levels of Methyl B12 are needed to help protect nerve tissue and maintain the protective myelin sheaths that cover nerve endings.  Vitamin B-12 is required for digestion, absorption of nutrients, protein synthesis, and prevention of anemia. It also helps to metabolize fats and carbohydrates, ...

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Folinic Acid

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Folinic acid is a water-soluble B vitamin that is important for growth and cellular division. It is necessary for amino acid conversions and maturation of blood cells. Folinic acid is more readily transported into the central nervous system than standard folic acid. It has a longer half-life, and appears to be a more metabolically active form of of this important vitamin capable of boosting metabolic efficiency in circumstances where folic ...

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TMG Powder – Trimethylglycine

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Trimethylglycine (TMG) is similar to Dimethylglycine (DMG). It has one additional methyl group (CH3-) that consists of a glycine amino acid and three methyl groups. TMG is a more active methyl donor and helps to support the methylation cycle by converting homocysteine to methionine. Adequate levels of methionine are important to sulfation chemistry and for the production of glutathione – both are ...

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DMG 125 mg – Dimethylglycine

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Dimethylglycine (DMG) is a chemical derivative of glycine, with two glycine amino acids attached to a methyl-group. Glycine acts as a building block for many critical substances in the human body, including the amino acid properties of methionine, choline, a wide variety of important hormones and neurotransmitters, and DNA. Research has also shown that DMG strengthens the immune system.

DMG’s primary role in ...

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