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NOW Foods DMG is a dietary supplement containing N,N-Dimethylglycine, also called DMG, pangamic acid and vitamin B15. The preparation demonstrates a wide array of pro-health effects in the whole organism.
DMG (dimethylglycine) was discovered by Ernest Krebs in 1951. This compound is a derivative of glycine – an amino acid, which plays a role of an inhibiting neurotransmitter in the central nervous system and it commonly appears in food, mainly high-protein products (fish, meat, milk products, legumes, pumpkin seeds). In scientific circles, dimethylglycine is considered a vitamin (B15) and although in Poland it is still not very well-known, it is gaining more and more popularity in the World. It is very popular and widely used in medicine of the countries of the former Soviet Union.
DMG takes part in many various biochemical pathways and processes taking part in the organism. It plays an important role as a donor of methyl groups, similarly to folic acid, it takes part in metabolism of homocysteine and methionine, participates in glutathione synthesis, by influencing energy extraction from glucose and lipids, it supports optimal oxygen utilization in cells, assists in neutralization of free radicals and the creation of lymphocytes – cells of the immune system.
Dimethylglycine may also to a large extent prevent fatty diseases of parenchymal organs, such as liver, reduces cholesterol level and by stimulating angiogenesis, i.e. the creation of totally new blood vessels, it influences blood supply of muscles and other tissues.
During 0,5 – 1 hours after oral application, DMG is absorbed from the intestines to the portal system and then it is metabolized in the liver, where it is transformed to monomethylglycine, N-methylglycine and glycine. The products of DMG conversions are next transported to other parts of the organism, including the nervous system.
Application in sports
Regular application of DMG may increase physical efficiency of sportsmen and people who recreationally practice physical activity. It accelerates oxidation of glucose and lipids in cells and consequently energy extraction in the process of intracellular respiration. Dimethylglycine requires the breakdown of lactic acid in skeletal muscles, thanks to which it prevents excessively early fatigue, improves concentration and in systematic application, it has supportive effect on the whole organism, especially in the periods of increased physical and mental effort. It is also believed that DMG stimulates the synthesis of phosphocreatine and thanks to this, it may intensify ATP synthesis and cause the improvement of effort parameters.
Influence on the nervous system
Dimethylglycine intensifies cellular respiration in neurons, thanks to which it mentally stimulates. DMG thanks to glycine, which inhibits motor neurons of spinal cord, has anticonvulsant effect, which makes it worth recommending to all people dealing with excessive muscle trembling (e.g. Parkinson’s disease, stress, nervous arousal) and in case of epilepsies.
General influence on the organism
DMG increases bile production and detoxification of the organism, accelerating elimination of toxins and heavy metals. In systematic and long application, the users of dimethylglycine report general improvement and stimulation of the organism both physically and mentally. They also describe the growth of immunity of the organism to fatigue, improvement of circulation and growth of the activity of the heart muscle. Apart from this, thinking processes are improved, thanks to which DMG is often recommended in the therapy of autism and dementia.
To sum up, NOW Foods DMG is a dietary supplement which may successfully be used by all physically and intellectually active people as well as those who are in the risk group of atherosclerosis and degenerative diseases. Thanks to facilitating oxygen and nutrients provision to cells, intensification of the synthesis of ATP and phosphocreatine, the preparation ensures maintaining proper level of methionine in the organism.
Take 1 capsule 1 to 3 times daily.
Dietary supplement complementary to a diet for athletes. It can not be used as an alternative or substitute for a varied diet.
It can not be used as an alternative or substitute for a varied diet.
Do not exceed the recommended daily intake.
Best before: the expiry date on the bottom or side of the packaging (min. 3
months of shelf-life).
Should not be administered to nursing mothers and pregnant women.
Keep in dry and dark place, at room temperature not exceeding 25°C, and away
Now Foods is a company with years of experience in the industry that offers a wide range of nutrients and dietary supplements. Brand is known for its high-quality products designed for hair and nails and supplements supporting the immune system. The offer includes the antioxidant supplements, antibacterial supplements, reducing appetite supplements, products supporting the reduction of body fat and improving digestion. All products are made from natural ingredients.
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|N,N-Dimethylglycine (HCl)||125 mg||-|
Rice Flour, Cellulose (capsule) and Magnesium Stearate (vegetable source).
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