MethylAid provides the most bioavailable forms of its B vitamins to support methylation and detoxification, particularly for those with MTHFR gene mutations. From the brain to the cardiovascular system, from detoxification to energy production, the accessibility of methyl groups is essential to health.
This vitamin helps the body convert other B vitamins for use and is critical for the utilization of B6 and folate. It supports methylation by facilitating those conversions and also supports growth, red blood cell formation and normal levels of homocysteine.
B6 is a required element of the folate cycle and is needed for more than 100 enzymatic reactions in the body. It is required for normal brain function, nerve function, and the synthesis of certain neurotransmitters and lipids that are part of the myelin sheath.
Vitamin B12 (as Methylcobalamin)
Methylcobalamin is the active form of B12. It does not have to be converted for use, which means it starts working right away. It’s also the form used to make methionine synthase enzyme, which converts homocysteine to methionine.
TMG is important to liver health because it is able to donate methyl groups during phase 2 conjugation, allowing for the fat-soluble or insoluble toxins to become more water-soluble and thus better prepared for excretion. These substances include homocysteine, heavy metals, and excess neurotransmitters.