DMG (dimethylglycine) is an amino acid found naturally in plant and animal cells. It is also found in foods such as beans, but many Americans do not obtain adequate levels from food alone. Production levels of this important amino acid decrease due to stress, aging and food choices.
DMG is a derivative of the amino acid glycine and it is needed in the body every moment of every day for different metabolic pathways. It is a building block for the synthesis of things like methenamine, which is needed for detoxification. DMG is also a building block for choline, which is important for the manufacturing of acetylcholine (our primary memory neurotransmitter). Adequate levels of DMG are needed for proper hormone function. It is also critical for proper nutrient absorption, energy production, brain and heart function, liver health and the health of the immune system and immune defenses.†
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||0.5 ml daily
||1.0 ml twice daily
|12 yrs - Adult
||1.0 ml daily
||1.0 ml 2-4 times daily
|Serving Size: 1 millliter |
|Servings Per Container: 60|
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(each drop equals 15 mg DMG)
|*Daily Value (DV) not established.|
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The Science Behind The Ingredients In Methyl 300
Research published in the Journal of Applied Phycology demonstrates how Dimethylglycine (DIM) is detected in thyroid tissue as well as breast and prostate tissue and acts as a modulator for estrogen in the body. This shows the protective and regulatory abilities DIM has in human subjects. 
Research published in the Journal of Infectious Diseases states that intake of DIM can help to benefit the human immune system. Dimethylglycine (DMG), a tertiary amino acid, has had wide acceptance as an immune enhancing nutrient. It has been found to enhance oxygen utilization by tissue and clear up free radicals. 
Research from Thyroid explains how Dimethylglycine (DIM) modulates different forms of estrogen in the human body. 
 J Appl Phycol. 2017; 29(2): 949–982.
 J Infect Dis. 1981 Jan;143(1):101-5.
 Thyroid. 2011 Mar; 21(3): 299–304.