37506Re: [FH] Loosing weight
- Aug 31, 2009Hi Lynn,
This is some information on DMG from the "files". In addition to it helping with absorption, it also helps with oxygen and energy to the heart.
DMG is supposed to also help with oxygen delivery to the heart.
"DMG supplementation supports circulation and cardiovascular
fucntion. DMG enhances oxygen delivery to the heart and
improves several characteristics of the blood, including
cholesterol and triglyceride levels maintained within normal ranges."
Here's other info from this site:
"DMG will strengthen the heart through a process called
transmethylation. It will increase the available energy
to help the heart muscles contract."
The DMG comes in individually wrapped foils, 125mg each.
Cut the tablet with a razor blade (they crumble sometimes,
it's a tiny pill), and put the second half back in the foil
and wrap it up good or put it in an empty capeuls and keep
it in the fridge. DMG is sensitive to light and air,
they make the tablets melt.
And, here is a link to a google search I did for sources to by online.
I use the Foodscience of Vermont brand. Vetri-Science is a division of Foodscience and they make a DMG product for pets, but I just use the "human" ones. http://www.vetriscience.com/about.php
Carol and Snowball and the gang
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> Also, is there a homeopathic veterinarian anywhere near you, or can you find an online source of DMG, (dimethylglycine). DMG enhances absorption of nutrients for malnourished cats. We used it to help our FIV+ cat when he was suffering from vaccinosis: http://legolasourfivboy.blogspot.com/
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