HomocysteX - 60 Vegetarian Capsules

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HomocysteX by Seeking Health supplies bioactive forms of three essential B-vitamins together without TMG (trimethylglycine) to synergistically support methylation processes and normal homocysteine metabolism.*

Product Description

HomocysteX by Seeking Health supplies bioactive forms of three essential B-vitamins together without TMG (trimethylglycine) to synergistically support methylation processes and normal homocysteine metabolism.* Vitamin B12 is crucial to the formation of healthy red blood cells, energy production, nervous system support, cognitive function, and homocysteine regulation.* This formula is exceptional for those with defective MTHFR genes.* Taking just 5-MTHF is not sufficient for those with MTHFR mutations which is why Dr. Lynch provides these other ingredients to help support healthy homocysteine levels and support the methylation cycle.*

Key Benefits and Actions of HomocysteX by Seeking Health:

  • Supports methylation processes*
  • Supports homocysteine metabolism*
  • Supports energy production*
  • Supports nervous system*
  • Supports cognitive function*
  • Supports healthy red blood cell formation*

Supplement Facts

Servings Size
1

Servings Per Container
60

AMTDV
Riboflavin (as riboflavin-5-phosphate sodium) 25 mg 147%
Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxal-5-phosphate) 25 mg 1250%
Folate (as Quatrefolic (6S)-5-methyltetrahydrofolate, glucosamine salt) 800 mcg 200%
Vitamin B12 (as methylcobalamin, coenzyme B12) 1000 mcg 1667%

 * = Daily Value Based on a standard 2,000 calorie daily intake
** = Daily Value Not Established

Suggested Use
Take 1 capsule daily after breakfast, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

Ingredients
Riboflavin (as riboflavin-5-phosphate sodium), Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxal-5-phosphate) , Folate (as Quatrefolic (6S)-5-methyltetrahydrofolate, glucosamine salt), Vitamin B12 (as methylcobalamin, coenzyme B12).

Other Ingredients
HPMC (vegetable capsule), microcrystalline cellulose, ascorbyl palmitate, leucine, and silica/

Warnings
Children and pregnant or lactating women should consult their healthcare practitioner prior to use.

Capsule Size
#1 small vegetarian capsule

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Product Description

HomocysteX by Seeking Health supplies bioactive forms of three essential B-vitamins together without TMG (trimethylglycine) to synergistically support methylation processes and normal homocysteine metabolism.* Vitamin B12 is crucial to the formation of healthy red blood cells, energy production, nervous system support, cognitive function, and homocysteine regulation.* This formula is exceptional for those with defective MTHFR genes.* Taking just 5-MTHF is not sufficient for those with MTHFR mutations which is why Dr. Lynch provides these other ingredients to help support healthy homocysteine levels and support the methylation cycle.*

Key Benefits and Actions of HomocysteX by Seeking Health:

  • Supports methylation processes*
  • Supports homocysteine metabolism*
  • Supports energy production*
  • Supports nervous system*
  • Supports cognitive function*
  • Supports healthy red blood cell formation*

Supplement Facts

Servings Size
1

Servings Per Container
60

AMTDV
Riboflavin (as riboflavin-5-phosphate sodium) 25 mg 147%
Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxal-5-phosphate) 25 mg 1250%
Folate (as Quatrefolic (6S)-5-methyltetrahydrofolate, glucosamine salt) 800 mcg 200%
Vitamin B12 (as methylcobalamin, coenzyme B12) 1000 mcg 1667%

 * = Daily Value Based on a standard 2,000 calorie daily intake
** = Daily Value Not Established

Suggested Use
Take 1 capsule daily after breakfast, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

Ingredients
Riboflavin (as riboflavin-5-phosphate sodium), Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxal-5-phosphate) , Folate (as Quatrefolic (6S)-5-methyltetrahydrofolate, glucosamine salt), Vitamin B12 (as methylcobalamin, coenzyme B12).

Other Ingredients
HPMC (vegetable capsule), microcrystalline cellulose, ascorbyl palmitate, leucine, and silica/

Warnings
Children and pregnant or lactating women should consult their healthcare practitioner prior to use.

Capsule Size
#1 small vegetarian capsule

Additional Information

Product Name HomocysteX - 60 Vegetarian Capsules
Height 3.25
Width 1.75
Brand Seeking Health
UPC 828054135833
MPN HOMO-60-CAPS
Age Child, Adult
Delivery Vegetarian Capsule
Return Policy 60 Day Monday Back Guarantee
Weight Unit 0.1 lbs
SKU HOMO-60-CAPS
Does not contain Gluten, Dairy, Egg, Soy, Fish, Shellfish, Nuts, Corn, GMO, Prebiotics
Retail Price $24.00

Product Questions

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  • Is this comparable?7/5/12 3:33 PM
    • Dear Dr. Ben,

      I'm heterozygous for A1298C mutation; and negative (normal) for C677T. Am 61 yrs old - currently dealing with gastritis (history of NSAIDs and antibiotics); candida overgrowth; and 20 years plus of sleep difficulties. My homocysteine was measured and is low but within range.

      My health practitioner recommends 'UltraB12 & Folate' by DFH. Protocol: alternating 1 cap/day; 2 caps the following day, ongoing. Ingredients per DFH capsule: B12 (as adenosylcobalamin and methylcobalamin) 2000 mcg; and Folates (NatureFolate™ blend) 400 mcg. Additional ingredients: microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate, dicalcium phosphate.

      I want to switch to your line of products based on your online presentation I've just finished listening to. Your formulations do not have the cheap fillers (ie. magnesium stearate) that so many companies use.

      Can you recommend MTHFR product(s) for my hetero A1298C mutation (L-5-MTHF 1000 or HomocysteX)?

      And for my sleep issues: GABA vs 5-HTP?

      I seem to have too much mental energy so ‘depression’ is not an issue.

      Thank you
    • Hello - 

      I highly recommend discussing your desires with your practitioner. I do not want to overstep their prescription for you. 

      Their recommendation is unlike any product Seeking Health has.

      While HomocysteX, HomocysteX Plus and B CompleX Plus have similar ingredients - they are different.

      Sleep issues really depend on the cause and individual. I cannot make a recommendation for sleep issues unless I know more.

      Commonly, sleep issues relating to too much mental energy may be quieted by 5-HTP and mediation before bed.

      In health,Dr Lynch 

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  • questions about your multivitamin9/26/12 12:57 PM
    • I read that the B vitamins do not absorb well when taken with vitamin c... so why does your multi have vitamin c in it? Also your multi does not seem to have the mineral iron in it which is important to me ( a woman not through menopause yet). What is your suggestion for supplementing iron if one takes your multi.
    • Hello - 

      I think you are writing about Optimal Multivitamin? Your question was submitted for HomocysteX.

      Our multivitamin has a touch of vitamin C in it as vitamin C helps increase absorption of many nutrients.

      Vitamin C in amounts 500 mg or more per serving is not recommended to take alongside methylcobalamin as it will destroy methylcobalamin.

      There are 8 capsules in a day's serving for Optimal Multivitamin. In 8 capsules, there is 700 mg of vitamin C which makes about 88 mg of vitamin C per capsule.

      I typically recommend people to take 2 to 3 capsules with breakfast, lunch and another 2 capsules around 2 PM with a snack if you are feeling tired at this time.

      Even if you took 4 capsules twice daily (which I don't recommend), you still will be under the 500 mg dose of vitamin C.

      There is no iron in this multivitamin as I feel iron needs to be supplemented on its own most of the time - especially in higher amounts.

      You may take 1 capsule of Optimal Iron Plus Cofactors before breakfast.

      In health,

      Dr Lynch

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  • homocystex plus10/1/12 7:23 AM
    • I have been taking the homocystex plus since it doesn't have the magnesium in it would you recommend supplementing it with the magnesium or the magnesium plus?
    • Hello - 

      Since HomocysteX Plus already has vitamin B6, I recommend you consider using Optimal Magnesium as it contains only magnesium glycinate chelate.

      In health,

      Dr Lynch

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  • finding the right product11/18/12 7:13 PM
    • My son has the MTHFR gene C667T and A1298C hetrozgous. He also has mild autism and would be classified as aspergers if he was not speech delayed. I was looking at the homocystex and wanted to know if that would be good for him or would you recomend a different seeking health supplement. He takes seeking health kids vitamin,a probiotic, oxytocin, and recenty started on carnitine based on his urine lab results.
    • Hello - 

      It is very tough to say what would be good for him without more information.

      I'd consider the:- Optimal Krill Oil: 2 capsules daily with a meal - can give 1 capsule with lunch and 1 with dinner or any meal.- Optimal Turmeric: 1 to 2 capsules daily between food - consider one before breakfast and one before bed.- Optimal Liposomal Vitamin C: 1 tsp three times daily and likely can be just put on a spoon and taken directly as it tastes good.- HomocysteX Plus: 1/2 capsule with breakfast and possibly another 1/2 at lunch. Increase as symptoms improve or as directed by his physician. Increase slowly.

      If he is sensitive to supplements, then I'd consider using 1/2 tablet of the Active B12 Lozenge with L-5-MTHF vs the HomocysteX Plus - at least initially. Increase the amount as he tolerates - and slowly.

      Introduce one of these supplements every three days - not all at once - or as directed by your physician.

      In health,Dr Lynch

       

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  • can capsules be opened11/18/12 7:17 PM
    • can these capsules be opened like the Kids multivitamin. my son is 3 and would not be able to swallow these.
    • Hello - 

      Absolutely. You may open and mix the capsule contents into juice, applesauce or whatever your child enjoys.

      Be sure to always give multivitamins with food and before 3 PM. Do not give after 3 PM as it may affect their sleep.

      In health,

      Dr Lynch

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  • difference btw products providing folate & B12?12/10/12 10:28 PM
    • What is the difference between Active B12 Lozenge w/L-5-MTHF, HomocysteX, and HomocysteX Plus -- why would I choose one over another?

      I am already taking your B-Complex (as well as the Active B12 Lozenge w/L-5-MTHF) - if I were to try one of the HomocysteX products, would that provide sufficient B vitamins without the B Complex?

      As I said, I am currently taking Active B12 Lozenge w/L-5-MTHF, one per day. I have both MTHFR 677CT + MTHFR 1298AC mutations. My naturopath would like me to increase the amount of L-5-MTHF that I am getting. (She originally recommended 10 mg.) I was thinking of increasing the lozenges to 2/day, as well as perhaps supplementing with your L-5-MTHF. Or, switching to one of the HomocysteX products. What would you recommend?

      Thank you!!
    • Hello - 

      The difference is there is one additional nutrient as you go.

      1. L-5-MTHF: only pure l-methylfolate
      2. Active B12 with L-5-MTHF: mix of pure methylcobalamin and l-methylfolate
      3. HomocysteX: mix of methylcobalamin, l-methylfolate and active B6
      4. HomocysteX Plus: mix of methylcobalamin, l-methylfolate, active B6, TMG and active B2

      If you are tolerating nutrients well, then consider HomocysteX Plus along with additional L-5-MTHF -or- Active B12 with L-5-MTHF.

      Discuss with your doctor what would be best for you.

      If you are already taking the B Complex Plus along with the Active B12 Lozenge with L-5-MTHF, then I'd consider stopping the B Complex Plus and switch to the Optimal Multivitamin.

      I am glad you are slowly increasing the amount of L-5-MTHF. This is safer and better tolerated.

      I also recommend that you consider:

      - Optimal Krill Oil: 2 capsules a day with a meal- Optimal Liposomal Vitamin C: 1 teaspoon twice daily away from the vitamin B12 supplements (by 30 minutes)- NAC: 1 capsule taken anytime after a meal- ProBiota 12: 1 capsule taken after dinnerHaving the added TMG and riboflavin are both very handy in those with MTHFR. This is why I recommend the HomocysteX Plus ONCE it is known that people tolerate the other B vitamins found in the other MTHFR support nutrients. This is why Seeking Health offers a stairstep addition in MTHFR support supplementation.

      In health,

      Dr Lynch 

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  • pregnancy & homocysteX2/26/13 1:47 PM
    • Is homocysteX safe during pregnancy and when trying to conceive?
    • Hello - 

      It depends on the situation. The nutrients in HomocysteX are safe during pregnancy. The question is how much you are already getting in your prenatal and how your methylation and homocysteine levels are doing.

      Please discuss with your doctor.

      In health,

      Dr Lynch

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  • tmg3/8/13 9:17 AM
    • hello,

      ı read once you mentioned tmg is not good for pregnancy, so you did not recommend homocystex plus while pregnant, what about before pregnancy, we will start a ıvf cycle in july, and I just learned I have homozygous mthfr 677, what supplements do you recomend while preparing for a pregnancy, and what supllements to switch to, during pregnancy?
    • Hello - 

      Before pregnancy, HomocysteX Plus is fantastic. During pregnancy it may also be - but at this time - it is not known the safety of TMG while pregnant.

      I also recommend you read this article on Prenatal Supplementation.

      In health,

      Dr Lynch

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  • which supplement is best for 2 copies C677T3/14/13 11:59 AM
  • label in pdf format?10/8/13 5:21 AM
    • I am comparing this with your plus version which has a pdf of the specifics the product contains. Is there one available for this product?

      Thanks
    • Hello Ellen,

      There is a copy of the HomocysteX label on the product page, I placed it this morning. I will also send you a copy.

      Thank you,

      Strother Kukes

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