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Supplements to Lower Homocysteine

Homocysteine is a critical molecule in the body. We don’t want too much, and we don’t want too little. Measuring levels is a simple blood test.

Homocysteine is involved in:

  • Cell division
  • DNA and RNA synthesis
  • CNS development
  • Gene expression (or non-expression)
  • Immune cell differentiation
  • Neurotransmitter synthesis and metabolism
  • Histamine clearance
  • Detoxification
  • Hormone balancing
  • Cellular energy metabolism
  • Myelination of peripheral nerves (proximate cause of Multiple Sclerosis)

Elevated homocysteine is linked to:

  1. Heart attack
  2. Stroke
  3. Deep venous thrombosis (DVT)
  4. Cancer
  5. Dementia

Supplements (and foods) to Lower Homocysteine

Our first suggestion to lower homocysteine is Homocysteine Support by The Drs. Wolfson. 1 cap per day and get re-tested.

The optimal level of homocysteine is 5-7.

Here is a long list of other supplements to lower homocysteine. References are included.

B12- reference, Folate- reference, B6- reference

Potassium- reference. Our powdered Potassium Boost is perfect for the job.

Magnesium- reference. Magne 5 is our magnesium product containing 5 forms of magnesium.

Vitamin D- reference. Best sources of vitamin D are sunshine and animal foods. Second-best is our Super D.

Betaine- reference. This is found in our digestive enzyme formula, Digest– 2 caps with each meal is best. Betaine is also in our Heart Beet.

Omega DHA- reference.  Eat fish like sardines in glass, anchovies and wild salmon in a can.

Quercetin- reference My favorite way to get quercetin is from capers.

Zinc- reference. Eat shellfish. Here is a link to a recommended canned oyster on Amazon.

Choline- reference. Eggs.

Creatine- reference Animal products. No need to do a creatine powder. Stick with grass-fed animals and seafood.

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