5-MTHF (also known as 5-methyltetrahydrofolate and methylfolate) is a powerful aid for methylation of B12–vitamin B12 is a vital nutrient that we can’t survive without. 5-MTHF binds onto the B12 that elevated biotics create inside the ileum. Elevated biotics are microorganisms from fresh foods plucked straight from the plant, such as an apple, kale leaf, or berry, that are undiscovered by medical research and science.
5-MTHF enters the liver, igniting and bringing back to life storage bins of B12 that the liver keeps for emergencies while helping the liver convert it to a bioactive form that it can deliver into the bloodstream, coded with messages attached for specific organs. Chemical compounds that the liver produces attach themselves to the 5-MTHF and B12 so that other organs can identify and absorb the B12 easily.
When it comes to supporting reproductive health, 5-MTHF is your ally. Reproductive health issues, including infertility, PCOS, endometriosis, uterine cysts, ovarian cysts, vaginal cysts, and cervical cysts, are caused by the pathogen EBV, often in combination with a variety of toxins and poisons. Low-grade pathogen infections and toxins place immense stress on the female reproductive organs, allowing reproductive cells to weaken and become invaded easier by toxins and pathogens. 5-MTHF helps with reproductive health challenges because it helps to strengthen the inner core of reproductive cells. It’s also a nutrient that acts as fuel that’s used to reproduce and recreate new, healthy reproductive cells.
5-MTHF also strengthens the endocrine and central nervous systems and also reduces homocysteine levels.
This item posted: 22-Apr-2022
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