Low in Energy

Friday, September 18, 2020

Low in energy? Consider methylation!

What is methylation?

Methylation is a simple biochemical process in your body. When it’s working optimally, it benefits many systems, supporting:

Circulation and heart health

Nervous system health

Reproductive care

Digestion and detoxification.

Your body is complex, with various on and off switches that need to all be functioning properly and in circuit, for your body to operate efficiently. Natural foods in your diet that help you to methylate properly include asparagus, avocado, broccoli, Brussel sprouts, green leafy vegetables, and legumes such as peas, beans, lentils and rice. Lifestyle improvements for healthy methylation include regular physical exercise and keeping caffeine and alcohol consumption to a minimum.

Essential nutrients for methylation

There are several specific nutrients that support methylation in your body for optimal performance, including methylcobalamin (active vitamin B12) and pyridoxal 5’-phosphate (active vitamin B6), both of which are contained in Good Health B Activated Complex.

What is activated B6?

Activated B6 is your body's most active form of B6, which is easily absorbed and converts quickly for use. This vitamin plays an important role in helping make red blood cells and assisting energy levels. Vitamin B6 also helps your body turn food into energy, but most importantly, supports the process of methylation in the body.

What is activated B12?

Activated vitamin B12 is a bioavailable and easily-absorbed form of vitamin B12. Supplementation of B12 may assist where absorption issues are concerned. This vitamin is also necessary to support Iron absorption. Most recently, it has been confirmed that active B12 is involved in the healthy function of the methylation pathway to support healthy cells and immunity.


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