Methylation Support - Step One (60 Tablets/Dissolves) Retail $29.90
Methylation Support - Step OneSupreme bioactive fast-dissolving tablets.
For those who may be sensitive to supplementation but are looking for methylation support, this is considered Methylation Support: STEP 1. Once this is tolerated well then you may consider moving to Methylation Support: STEP 2 with our Methylation Complete Fast Dissolves.
Methylation Support - Step One® combines the active coenzyme form of vitamin B12, methylcobalamin, with an active form of folate, Metafolin®* L-5-methyltetrahydrofolate. This bioactive formula was created to bypass normal absorptive mechanisms for vitamin B12 and folate which may be lacking due to aging, diet, or gastrointestinal issues.
Fast-dissolving tablets allow for quick release into the bloodstream. Vitamin B12 and folate play an integral role in DNA synthesis and thus are essential to cell division and proper functioning of virtually all tissues in the body.
Vitamin B12 and folate also participate in methylation and proper metabolism of homocysteine, a potentially toxic metabolite of methionine. Dietary B12 can be reliably obtained only from animal products and is a singularly difficult vitamin to absorb. Active B12-Folate may be especially beneficial for vegetarians and persons with impaired stomach absorption issues.
Herbal Laxative 60C (Retail $32.90)
Overview About Herbal Laxative
Constipation is uncomfortable and can make life uncomfortable. When you’re feeling weighed down and bloated, you want fast relief. You may be able to use natural remedies to relieve your constipation.
Constipation is defined as having fewer than three bowel movements per week. It may be chronic, or happen occasionally. Some symptoms include:
- hard stools
- straining to have a bowel movement
- feeling as though you are “blocked” or cannot empty your bowels
- needing help emptying your rectum
- abdominal pain
Using Herbal Remedies
Most laxative herbs contain anthraquinone, or substances that have a stimulant effect on the intestines. These laxatives work by drawing in fluid to the colon and increasing peristalsis. Peristalsis is the contraction of the intestines that helps move material through the colon to the rectum. Adding fiber and fluids is essential when constipated.