MoRS supports the inherent methylation processes by providing the converted forms of the B vitamins—B9 and B12—in a matrix of synergistic vitamins, minerals, and botanical activators.
Methyl molecules serve thousands of the body’s innate processes including cellular purification of metabolic discards and xenobiotic acquisitions.
Beyond the MTHFR genetic anomalies that are cited as affecting some 42% of the population, many of the environmental stressors challenging humanity today deplete the body of available methyl donors.
Coupled with poor nutritional intake and uptake of B vitamins, many people may have a deficiency of viable B vitamins for their body’s cellular requirements.
BEST USED FOR:
• Healthy stress response
• Supports the body’s natural purification pathways
• Adrenal support
• Brain/neurotransmitter function
• Relief for occasional stress-related fatigue
• Homocysteine metabolism
• Neuro protection
• 5-MTHF (Vitamin B9) – This efficient, metabolicallyactive form, methylfolate, supports methylation processes for DNA maintenance and proper gene expression.
• Methylcobalamin (Vitamin B12) – This metabolically active form of B12 works directly within the cells. Research suggests that methylcobalamin may cross the blood brain barrier to support healthy neuron function.
• Astragalus – An herb valuable for the body’s inherent immune processes; adaptogenic; contains polyphenols that supports methylation processes.
• Curcumin – An herb with research showing that it supports DNA modulation and expression via epigenetic processes; supports normal methylation.
• Niacinamide – Helps balance the methylation process via the SAM-e (S-Adenosyl methionine) metabolic cascade. SAM-e is a common co-substrate of methyl group transfers.
• Betaine HCl (TMG) – A hydrochloric acid molecule bound to trimethylglycine; supports the body’s normal betaine homocysteine methyltransferase pathway and helps recycle Vitamin B12; helps the mitochondria manage the NO/ONOO cycle.
• Green Tea – Rich in polyphenols that support normal DNA methylation and the inherent oxidative/redox processes.
• Molybdenum Chelate – Helps the body utilize innate methylation cycles and supports the transsulfuration processes of reducing unwanted sulfites.
• Pyridoxine AKG – Vitamin B6 Alpha Ketogluterate – necessary to make cellular energy; supports glutamine production necessary for cellular energy.
• Magnesium Malate – An alkalizing magnesium bound to malic acid. Both the magnesium and the malate play important roles in mitochondrial energy processes.
• Biotin – Vitamin B7, also called vitamin H - supports normal cellular energy processes and glucose metabolic processes.
• RNA/DNA Brain – Supports the brain with food-based nucleic acids necessary for tissue integrity and cellular function.
• Zinc – Supports DNA transcriptive processes and telomere lengthening.
• Potassium Phosphate Dibasic – Cell-ready phosphate required to help create energy and deliver intracellular oxygen.
• Pyruvate – Helps with carbohydrate metabolism for energy; it starts the Citric Acid Cycle that makes ATP via aerobic respiration and fat utilization.
• Selenomethionine – Selenium bound to methionine; supports cellular metabolic processes, the methionine cycle (homocysteine, SAMe), and DNA synthesis.
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