Elevated homocysteine levels have been linked to many health risks. Homocysteine Reduce is clinically formulated with seven specific nutrients recognized for reduction of blood-serum levels of the amino acid homocysteine. This amino acid is the byproduct of l‑methionine metabolism; when it builds up in the bloodstream and lymphatic system, it impairs cardiovascular performance, which increases the risk of stroke. It also contributes to tissue damage within the central nervous system.
l‑Methionine is an essential amino acid in constant demand for the construction and repair of muscles, blood vessels, bones, and tissues throughout the body. Homocysteine Reduce, as its name implies, delivers nutrients which recycle homocysteine to generate l‑methionine and help meet the body’s demand. Among the intermediate substances produced from homocysteine conversion are S‑adenosyl methionine and glutathione—powerful antioxidants with a wide range of benefits.
Homocysteine Reduce is formulated with betaine trimethylglycine; inositol; choline bitartrate; zinc; and vitamins B6, B12, and folate. The correlation between elevated levels of homocysteine, which interferes with cellular communication (synapses), and many psychiatric disorders points to the benefits of the nutrients in our formula.
Consider homocysteine as a stalled car disrupting traffic and causing accidents. The ingredients in Homocysteine Reduce donate the parts necessary not only to clear the road, but also to construct new compounds critical for many biological roles instrumental for your ongoing health.
|Medicinal ingredients per 9.375 g (approximately 2 scoops):|
(30 servings per bottle)
|Betaine trimethylglycine||4 g|
|Choline bitartrate||1 g|
|Zinc (from zinc bisglycinate)||30 mg|
|Vitamin B6 (pyridoxal-5′‑phosphate)||10 mg|
|Vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin)||1.5 mg|
|Folate (from calcium l‑5‑methyltetrahydrofolate)||1 mg|
|Other ingredients: Microcrystalline cellulose, natural lemon/lime flavour, stevia (Stevia rebaudiana) leaf extract, isomaltulose (naturally occurring disaccharide from sugar beet), and dl‑malic acid.|