Super Liquid Folate - 1 fl oz (30 ml)
Super Liquid Folate
Super Liquid Folate contains 400 mcg of natural folate (as folinic acid), along with 40 mcg of vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin and hydroxycobalamin) per one drop serving. Research suggests that folate is an important nutrient for maintaining healthy homocysteine levels.* Vitamin B12 is present in case of unknown B12 deficiency, since folate supplementation can mask B12 deficiency and exacerbate symptoms. The liquid form is easy to use, allowing for easy titration and rapid absorption.
Made with non-GMO ingredients.
A natural folate in liquid form
Following Designs for Health's commitment to using quality ingredients, Super Liquid Folate contains natural folates as opposed to synthetic folic acid.
This formulation contains 400 mcg of natural folates (as calcium folinate) along with 40 mcg of vitamin B12 (hydroxycobalamin and methylcobalamin) per serving (one drop). Vitamin B12 is present in case of unknown B12 deficiency, since folate supplementation can mask B12 deficiency and exacerbate symptoms.
The liquid form is convenient to use, allowing for easy titration and rapid absorption.
Ingredients & Dosage
Taurine 100g powder
Taurine is a sulfur-containing amino acid that plays a myriad of roles in promoting health. Dietary sources of taurine are meat and seafood, especially shellfish such as muscles, clams and oysters. Those who do not eat these foods regularly, especially vegetarians, may not be meeting their daily requirements for taurine. The scientific community is unsure as to whether humans make enough taurine in their own metabolism to meet their needs. Also, elevated levels of homocysteine suggest that the body may be having difficulty making taurine. Because taurine is essential for heart function, immune function, glucose metabolism, and nervous system health, low levels of taurine should be avoided and corrected with dietary changes and/or supplementation. Taurine is also needed to make bile and taurocholic acid.
Benefits of Taurine Supplementation
For more information on Taurine, please consult with our nutritionist (see Contact Us) or your health practitioner.