MaxMethyl Trimethylglycine by AOR
Methylation is not a commonly discussed topic in health circles; however, proper methylation processes are the basis for health in so many areas.
Without adequately functioning methylation, aging and disease arrive quickly. Homocysteine is a byproduct of the methylation cycle. The enzymes that metabolize homocysteine into methionine and cysteine use folate, vitamin B12, and vitamin B6 as cofactors.
Trimethylglycine is one of the most important methylating agents and homocysteine-lowering substances known.
What does MaxMethyl do?
High homocysteine is an indicator of increased risk of heart disease.
MaxMethyl is formulated to include all the cofactors and methyl donors needed to convert homocysteine into useful amino acids, thereby helping to reduce the risk of heart disease. The combination of ingredients used in MaxMethyl was shown to significantly reduce homocysteine levels after just 6 weeks of supplementation.
Trimethylglycine can reduce homocysteine plasma levels by as much as 30%. B vitamins, specifically B6, B12 and folic acid, have been shown to reduce the risk of stroke by reducing homocysteine levels.
High homocysteine levels have also been implicated in bone loss, joint degradation, mood imbalances, cognitive disorders and other common conditions.
Who should take MaxMethyl?
Most people do not get enough of the nutrients that support methylation in their diets. MaxMethyl is an excellent supplement for aging in general, for those with high homocysteine levels, and those looking for support against age-related degenerative conditions of the bones, joints, nerves and cognitive function.
- Decreases dangerous levels of homocysteine;
- Lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease;
- Protects against damaged blood vessels;
- Promotes recycling of homocysteine into useful products.
Medicinal: Trimethylglycine: 500 mg, folic acid: 267 mcg, vitamin B6: 17 mg, vitamin B12: 216 mcg.
Non-medicinal: Hypromellose (capsule).