MD.Life 5-MTHF L-Methylfolate Active Folate 90 Capsules (Case of 12)Login to view price
Optimized Folate (L-Methylfolate), 12.5 mg, 90 vegetarian tablets. Folate is involved in neurotransmitter synthesis and critical enzymatic reactions throughout the body.
By depleting excess homocysteine, folate benefits cardiovascular health and nervous system function.
Those who take ordinary folic acid supplements, however, may not be experiencing its full spectrum of effects. This is because once ingested, not everyone converts folate to its biologically active form called 5-methyltetrahydrofolate (5-MTHF).
Research shows that in a large proportion of the population, genetic enzyme deficiencies prevent the conversion of folate to 5-MTHF, leaving many vulnerable to low blood folate levels (and higher than desired homocysteine).
A more useful approach is to take the bioactive folate 5-MTHF directly, which has been declassified as a drug and is now available as a dietary supplement. 5-MTHF has been shown to dramatically raise blood serum folate levels compared with folic acid supplementation.
This bioactive folate is up to seven times more bioavailable than folic acid.
This greater bioavailability is especially important in people who have a genetic enzyme deficiency since it requires no conversion to become metabolically active.
- ACTIVE FOLATE THAT WORKS - our powerful formula contains the ingredients necessary for your body to properly utilize folic acid, also known as Vitamin B9.
- ASSIST IN DNA SYNTHESIS AND REPAIR* - inadequate levels of these ingredients have been linked to diseases, our methylfolate may help to prevent the chance of folic acid-related diseases*
- THIRD PARTY TESTED FOR PURITY - all our supplements undergo extensive testing to maintain the highest level of purity.
- MAY HELP TREAT DEPRESSION* – folate deficiencies can be harmful for mental health. If you’re doctor has recommended methylfolate in addition to antidepressants, MD Life Methylfolate is a great choice!
- CAN HELP BOOST IMMUNE SYSTEM* - studies have shown that a folate deficiency can lead to decreased production of T-cells, which are part of the innate immune system that provides short-term defense against pathogens.