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BioTe Methyl Factors+ (B Vitamins)


This nutraceutical contains five essential nutrients, in their most bioavailable forms: methyl folate (5-MTHF), active B6, active B2, active methyl B12, and betaine. This combination supports methylation, a critical biochemical process that has a significant impact on the body’s ability to regulate its cardiovascular, neurological, reproductive, and detoxification systems.

Methylation is a biochemical process that impacts the body’s ability to regulate cardiovascular, neurological, reproductive, and detoxification systems. Unfortunately, the nutrients needed for the methylation process are nearly impossible to get from the average American diet, mainly due to the abundance of processed foods and the loss of nutrients in our soil.[1] When taken daily, METHYL FACTORS+ provides five essential methylation nutrients—methylfolate (5-MTHF), active B6, active B2, active methyl B12, and betaine—in their most bioavailable forms. Using METHYL FACTORS+ with our clinically relevant dosing helps support methylation, detoxification, and cardiovascular health. One of methylation’s most important roles in the body is keeping homocysteine levels in check. Homocysteine is a common amino acid in your blood. Maintaining a desirable level of homocysteine is one of the leading biomarkers for the maintenance of good cardiovascular health. More good news? Preventing an undesirable homocysteine level is also associated with the maintenance of bone, female reproductive, cognitive, and neurological health.[2]

Directions: Use as prescribed by your provider. Take 1 – 3 per day before lunch.


  1. Noga, Anna A., et al. “Plasma Homocysteine Is Regulated by Phospholipid Methylation.” Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol. 278, no. 8, 2002, pp. 5952–5955., doi:10.1074/jbc.m212194200.

  2.  Kumar A, Palfrey HA, Pathak R,KadowitzPJ, Gettys TW, Murthy SN. The metabolism and significance of homocysteine in nutrition and health. Nutr Metab. (2017) 14:78. 10.1186/s12986-017-0233-z