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Necessary for reducing homocysteine
on June 12, 2012
My niece is a doctor specializing in nutrition. When I showed her my latest blood test results, she noted that my homocysteine level was more than twice the normal level. She recommended this, which is activated folate, to get the folate to move through to all the necessary places in the body. She also recommended taking B12 sublingually to assist the process, plus to aid in energy level, which is reduced because of the folate issue. The proof is in the pudding: my blood tests six months later showed a reduction of homocysteine from 26 to 12! The recommended level is 10.4, according to what was printed on the results, and she said 8 is an optimum level. So I will definitely be taking this from now on, and this was the brand she recommended.