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Nature’s Antidepressant? (Better, Brighter Mental Health)

Did you know…

A unique nutrient most people overlook can trigger your body to synthesize one of the few compounds called “nature’s antidepressants.” 

Now, I know there are medications for improving mood. However, I’ve always advocated starting with natural solutions. Exercise, light therapy, mindfulness/meditation, and good social support are a few… along with excellent nutrition with lots of healthy fats. 

You see, your attitude and emotion are closely tied to the health of your brain. 

A deficiency often causes depression in neurotransmitters, particularly serotonin and dopamine. 

Methylated folate produces neurotransmitters, the chemical messengers that regulate our mood, emotions, and overall well-being. 

Methylated folate, also known as 5-MTHF, is a form of B-vitamin folate that is efficiently utilized by the body. 

Surprisingly, methylated folate is necessary for the synthesis of SAMe (S-adenosylmethionine), which is a compound that is involved in regulating your mood. It’s one of the few chemicals called “nature’s antidepressants.

I take 1200 mg of SAMe every morning because I’m what’s called a “bad methylator.” (I use the Jarrow brand because it’s encapsulated to live through the stomach acid.)

Like 30% of people, especially those of Spanish or Latin origin, I have a genetic anomaly called MTHFR. (Life Extension has a good test for the MTHFR SNP.)  It is estimated that up to 85% of the general population has at least 1 MTHFR SNP variant that impacts this methylation process. Those of us with that gene cannot process folic acid, we need methyl folate.

And everyone can absorb the B9 when it’s methylated. But 30% of us cannot metabolize the folic acid form. So even if you don’t know if you have the MTHFR gene, I highly suggest working on your methylation…  specifically taking a good multivitamin + multimineral supplement that contains methylated folate instead of cheap, generic folic acid. 

And I’ve got just the thing. 

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A study published in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry in 2009 found that supplementation with methylated folate significantly improved symptoms of depression in adults with major depressive disorder (MDD) who did not respond to standard antidepressant therapy.

Another study published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medicine and Settings in 2005 found that treatment with methylated folate significantly reduced depression symptoms in older adults with major depression. 

That’s why we ensured our DESIRE Libido Trio supplements contained methylated folate instead of folic acid. Methylated means it’s more bioavailable and can be absorbed by the body much easier than regular folate/folic acid. 

It’s a much better form of folate because it’s ready to be used by our bodies. 

The DESIRE Libido Trio is a multivitamin complex containing a unique libido botanical.

It has all the essentials with B-complex featuring B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9, Methylcobalamin, TMG, and Vitamins A, C, D3, E, K1, and K2, plus Iodine, Iron, Boron, Chromium, Copper, Magnesium, Manganese, Molybdenum, Selenium, and Zinc. 

It’s a beefed-up version of a multivitamin because it also contains a superfood that helps your body produce more libido and desire. 

If you’re going through mood disorders or even depression, you may want to consider trying our DESIRE Libido Trio. 

Let me know how you do. 

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