If you have MTHFR or other SNPs that affect the methylation process, you know how crucial bioavailable nutrients are. But if you are sensitive to methylated nutrients like L-methylfolate or methylcobalamin (methyl B12), you can still get bioavailable vitamins without the side effects!
Methyl-free folate and B12 supplementation still support a healthy methylation cycle. They are readily converted in the body to active forms. But they don’t produce the same jittery or overwhelming symptoms that some people might get from methylated vitamin B12 or 5-MTHF.
Explore Seeking Health’s methyl-free dietary supplements below. Get started with the top-selling Folinic Acid, a bioavailable form of folate. Try Hydroxo B12, Hydrox-Adeno B12, or Adeno B12 for bioavailable forms of B12 as hydroxocobalamin and adenosylcobalamin. To get your B complex, you can pair these methyl-free B12 and folate forms with B Minus or Multivitamin Sensitive, both of which are free from methylated B12 and folate.
Seeking Health supplements are non-GMO, gluten-free, and always free from folic acid.