SAM-e, or S-adenosyl-methionine, supports the joints, nervous system and liver. This product features an enteric coating that is not dissolved until the SAM-3 reaches the intestines for added stability.
SAM-e (S-adenosyl-methionine) has been shown to be efficacious in several health disorders. Although SAM-e, as a methyl donor, participates in a wide variety of biochemical reactions, it can provide important support for the healthy functioning of joints, neurological processes and the liver. SAM-e’s joint support properties lie in its ability to help regulate the body’s normal inflammatory processes, as well as on its putative participation in proteoglycan synthesis and joint cartilage repair. SAM-e is thought to function physiologically as a signal of sulfur availability. Some suggest that supplemental SAM-e may compensate for the decreased SAM-e levels in chondrocytes induced by inflammatory cytokines, and thus upregulate the chondrocyte’s synthesis of joint proteoglycans. As a major source of methyl groups in the brain, SAM-e, in conjunction with other methyl donor metabolites such as betaine, choline, or folate, may optimize the synthetic/degradative rate of neurotransmitters, i.e. serotonin and dopamine, and the brain’s sensitivity to them. With few side effects, SAM-e has been shown in a meta-analysis of multiple studies to offer tangible support for healthy mental functioning.
As a hepatoprotective compound, SAM-e has been shown to be useful to support the body’s response to adverse biochemical alterations induced by lead and/or alcohol exposure. SAM-e can be an integral part of a hepatoprotective therapeutic regimen. Other studies have indicated that SAM-e may decrease cholestasis. By optimizing a healthy flow of bile, SAM-e can support a healthy gastrointestinal tract.
|S-Adenosyl-methionine (S-Adenosyl-methionine disulfate tosylate)||200mg|
Adults take 1 tablet daily or as directed by physician.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.