SAMe is short for S-adenosyl-L-methionine. It is your body’s primary methyl donor and is found in nearly every tissue and fluid. Your body can make SAMe from the amino acid methionine and ATP. If you have MTHFR SNPs or other polymorphisms, your body may not always make enough. Dietary supplements can provide additional support for healthy levels of SAMe.†
The use of SAMe supports neurotransmitters in the brain (like serotonin and dopamine), healthy cell membranes, liver function, bone health, joint health, the methylation cycle, and the transsulfuration pathway. SAMe is a sulfur-containing compound that also helps make glutathione, cysteine, and taurine.†
Try Seeking Health’s SAMe supplement below. SAMe provides 250 mg in an enteric coated vegetarian capsule.
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