Methylated folate, recognized as the bioavailable variant of folate, serves as the cornerstone within the folate group. While folate is naturally found in foods such as legumes, leafy greens, and citrus fruits, it’s the direct bioavailability of methylated folate that sets it apart.

The term “methylated” describes a form of folate that the body can use directly, bypassing the need for conversion, unlike its synthetic counterpart, folic acid. This is particularly crucial for individuals with genetic variations, like the MTHFR (methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase) mutation, which hinder their ability to convert folic acid into its active form.

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