Methyl Factors: Why Methylation Support is Important for YOU!

Methyl Factors by The Alchemy Clinic in Manchester NH

In everyday life we expose ourselves to things that are detrimental to our health and immune system.  Methylation is the process of taking all of life’s toxic insults and helps the body process and ultimately excrete these insults.  Methyl factors+ is a supplement that helps to optimize your body’s ability to combat toxic insults, but also helps promote healthy detox.

Methyl factors+ assist in hundreds of biochemical reactions.  Converts food to energy, DNA production, genetic expression, neurotransmitter production, detoxification, blood vessel health and function, and methylation.  Methyl factors+ is comprised of riboflavin (vitamin B2), vitamin B6, folate, and vitamin B12.

Riboflavin, also known as vitamin B2, is a key component of coenzymes involved with the growth of cells, energy production, and the breakdown of fats, steroids, and medications.  It increases iron absorption, prevents oxidative stress, helps prevent cataracts, lowers homocysteine, supports methylation, improves energy during exercise, and improves migraines.  Losing weight can increase your need for riboflavin by 60% during active weight loss as well as exercising 20-50 minutes a day, 6 days a week.  If you do both together, this doubles your requirement for riboflavin.  

Vitamin B6 is important for normal brain development and for keeping the nervous system and immune system healthy.  Vit B6 converts amino acids to neurotransmitters and glucose.  B6 can help alleviate PMS, release stored carbohydrates to be used, is important for the production of hemoglobin, and helps regulate homocysteine.   

Methyl factors+ promotes normal methylation, supports a healthy heart, and encourages energy & focus. Other ways to support normal methylation would be through adequate intake of B vitamins in your diet.  

If you find you have brain fog after eating, are red-faced with exercise, have low energy, increased estrogen levels, or have trouble falling asleep you may need methylation support.

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