Methylation is fundamental to life itself: it is the process by which protein and DNA are synthesized and sustained in the body.
When methylation is slowed, we may have trouble detoxifying, keeping viruses in check, and ensuring our DNA is stable, healthy and easily repaired.
Methyl B12 is a key, bioactive form of B12 that contributes to methylation and glutathione synthesis.
Methyl B12 can be especially important for regulating homocysteine levels, a risk factor for cardiovascular disease.
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