Betaine Trimethylglycine TMG Powder
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Hard Rhino Betaine Trimethylglycine TMG (unflavored) is a pure form powder with no excipients or fillers, available in multiple sizes.
Betaine may provides natural digestive support with promoting stomach acidity, gastric function, and digestion of protein.
Directions & Allergens
As a dietary supplement, take 1 leveled scoop (~800 mg) with 8 - 12 ounces of water or suitable beverage. Taken twice daily, preferably between meals or as directed by your qualified health professional.
This product contains no Soy, Dairy, Dairy byproducts, Eggs, Fish, Shellfish, Wheat, Gluten, Tree Nuts, or Sesame Seeds.
This is a NON-GMO ingredient manufactured using organic starting ingredients.
Store in a cool, dry place. Re-seal zipper immediately after use to preserve freshness.
Statements & Warnings
† These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any diseases.
Keep out of the reach of children. Do not take this or any other supplement if under the age of 18, pregnant or nursing a baby, or if you have any known or suspected medical conditions and/or taking prescription drug(s) or OTC medication(s). Always consult with a qualified health physician before taking any new dietary supplement.
Our nutritional practitioner is very pleased with the product snd it's high quality
SAMe is too expensive, so i'm taking this everyday. I've taken before in caps, but this is way cheaper, I got a kilo, should last a while.
I feel mild mood elevation, mostly what I expected. The purity is solid per HR, and price rocks, i'm real satisfied!
I've been looking for an organic form of TMG. I had been using another brand but the gastrointestinal discomfort led me to believe it was from gmo sugar beets. This product does not give me any discomfort. For anyone who has problems with liver phase II detox, methylation can help tremendously. Another area to focus is sulfation because glyphosate depresses the sulfation pathway (see Jeffrey Smith interviews Dr. Stephanie Seneff). Genetically engineered dna is only one of the issues, glyphosate ingestion is the other.