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Methylation Complete Dissolvable 120T (Retail $55.50)
Methylation Complete Dissolvable 120T (Retail $55.50)
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2 Forms of Bioactive B12 (Methylcobalamin / Hydroxycobalamin) , B6 (P-5-P) and Methyl Folate (5-Methyltetrahydrofolate)
Ultimate Methylation Support and Dissolves In Under 60 Seconds!

Our unique sublingual delivery system assures that our pharmaceutical grade Methylation Complete™ promotes and enhances the methylation processes needed to improve the production of glutathione, and allow maximum B12, B6 and 5-Methyltetrahydrofolate delivery to the nervous and immune systems. This sublingual may help maximize and aid in:
  • Mood Improvement & Stabilization
  • Mental Focus & Concentration
  • Organization Skills
  • MTHFR / MTRR Mutations
  • Short Term Memory
  • Cerebral Folate Deficiency
  • Hormonal Regulation
  • Sleep Patterns
  • Immune Function

Methylation Complete Sublingual Product Video with Dr. Kendal Stewart from Neurobiologix on Vimeo.

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Why is Vitamin B12 necessary?
Knowing the facts about vitamin B12 is vital to your health. This essential micronutrient affects the development and maintenance of red blood cells, nerve cells, and normal myelination (covering) of nerve cells. It also aids in the production of DNA and RNA and the production of neurotransmitters. Roughly 1 in 3 Americans are estimated to have genetically inefficient enzymes that help create 5-MTHF (Methylated Folinic Acid) so this product will assist with that supply that is needed.

5-Methyltetrahydrofolate (5-MTHF) is the metabolically active form of folic acid. The folic acid found in food has to be digested from protein carriers or i.e. "methylated" in order to be absorbed. This process of methylation is inefficient in some individuals.

Folate and B12 are vital for remethylating homocysteine back to methionine. A coenzyme form of vitamin B12, methylcobalamin, is necessary for the enzyme methionine synthase, which catalyzes the methylation of homocysteine to methionine.

Listen to Dr. Stewart explain why methylation is so much more than just MTHFR and how to treat the entire methylation pathway.