5-MTHF: B12's BEST FRIEND
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5-MTHF (5-methyltetrahydrofolate or methylfolate) is a powerful aid in the methylation of vitamin B12 , which is a vital nutrient without which we cannot survive. 5-MTHF binds to B12 that surface biotics create in the ileum. Surface biotics are microorganisms that are found on the surface of freshly picked plants - for example apples, leafy vegetables or berries. These surface biotics are still unknown to the medical community and science.
5-MTHF enters the liver, igniting and revitalizing the B12 stores that the liver keeps for emergencies, while helping the liver convert it into a bioactive form that it can deliver into the bloodstream, encoded with attached messages for certain authorities. Chemical compounds that the liver produces attach to 5-MTHF and B12 so that other organs can easily identify and absorb B12 .
When it comes to maintaining reproductive health, 5-MTHF is your ally. Reproductive health problems, including infertility, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), endometriosis, uterine cysts, ovarian cysts, vaginal cysts, and cervical cysts, are caused by the Epstein-Barr pathogen , often in combination with various toxins and poisons. Infections with low-grade pathogens and toxins place tremendous stress on the female reproductive organs, allowing the reproductive cells to weaken and be more easily attacked by toxins and pathogens. 5-MTHF helps with reproductive health challenges by helping to strengthen the inner core of reproductive cells. It is also a nutrient that acts as a fuel used to reproduce and recreate new, healthy reproductive cells.
5-MTHF strengthens the endocrine and central nervous systems and also reduces homocysteine levels.For more information on how to use 5-MTHF and other nutritional supplements, including recommended dosages, please refer to the book Cleanse for Health .
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