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How to Support Methylation + Why It's Important for Your Health
Although it may sound like a complicated process, methylation is the basis for life. What does methylation do in the body? It helps embryos first develop and grow and then assists in gene expression, nutrient conversion and many other bodily processes. Methylation supports functions of the cardiovascular, detoxification and neurological systems, just to name a few. You can see why it's important to support normal methylation, including to prevent certain symptoms and diseases from developing.