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L-Methylfolate and Dosages


L-Methylfolate is a produced version of folate, a vitamin B that is found in some foods. The body needs folate in it in order to produce healthy, new cells. Especially so for red blood cells which are the most common blood cell in the body. Low folate levels can lead to a variety of issues, including Anemia. Anemia is essentially when your body does not have enough red blood cells or is getting defective red blood cells. It can cause symptoms like fatigue, soreness, clumsiness, or stiffness because the cells aren’t getting enough oxygen. L-Methyl folate is also used to treat some forms of depression that cannot be treated by other means. Some people take L-Methylfolate to treat a wide...
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Essential Benefits of Methyl Folate Supplement


Did you know that medical researchers have estimated that over seventy percent of the total world population is suffering from folate deficiency? This deficiency leads to other health problems that we are going to discuss in this article and why you need to get more of methyl folate supplement. What is Methyl Folate? Methylated folate is just the natural active form of folate that is used by the human body. Since the body is not able to produce folate, the folate is obtained mainly from the diet. However, folate that is provided through food we eat is not considered to be biologically active and hence it must first be broken down by the liver. The process through which the liver...
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MTHFR Genotyping and Treatment


Are your genes preventing appropriate methylation? Insufficient methylation could possibly be the reason for migraines, strokes, depression, heart attacks, miscarriages, infertility, cancer, birth defects, and autism. In people who have diabetes, symptoms of diabetic neuropathy can worsen or make treatment regimens successful. Methylation Methylation is a chemical reaction occurring in every tissue and cell of the human body. Methylation is the process of adding methyl groups to a molecule. Since methyl groups are chemical inactive, including them to a protein (the process of methylation) transforms how that protein reacts to other materials in the entire body, therefore changing how that protein acts. Genes, hormones and enzymes are proteins and the process of methylation changes them all. MTHFR and Methylation MTHFR...
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The Benefits of L-Methylfolate


Are you suffering from folic acid deficiency? I have good news that would help you to reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke, coronary artery disease, cancer, depression, memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease, venous occlusion of the retina, and more with a single form, a highly absorbable folic acid called L-methyl folate. Increased level of homocysteine may result in endothelial dysfunction by oxidative damage. Research has shown that Hyperhomocysteinemia is the cause of venous or arterial thrombosis. If you have had a high level of homocysteine in the past, you may want to check polymorphism for your blood or gene defect that reduces your capability to utilize folic acid. The test is known DNA analysis (MTHFR) and checks gene mutations. These...
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What are the Causes, Symptoms and Signs of Cerebral Folate Deficiency?


Cerebral folate deficiency usually develops in the first year of a baby’s life. The causes for this serious medical condition are not yet determined, but it is very likely that the immune system is involved. We absorb folates through food but the problem occurs when the folates need to be transported from the blood into the brain. Choroid plexus, which is known to be an interface between the blood and brain, doesn’t transport the folates to the brain properly. Lower levels of folate lead to neurodegenerative symptoms. Some are very benign, like irritability, while others are very severe, like brain damage. The Causes When the body needs more folate and the intake of folate through food is inadequate, deficiency of...
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