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March 8, 2010 at 5:05 PMComments: 0 Faves: 1

DMG - The New Wonder Supplement

By Erin Froehlich More Blogs by This Author

The health community is abuzz with a newly discovered supplement that's been producing miraculous effects. Dimethylglycine (DMG), a complex form of the glycine amino acid we know as vitamin B, is a naturally-occurring substance found in small amounts in brown rice, brewer's yeast, seeds, and grains. Just one more reason to add these celebrated foods into your regular diet! Even though benefits can certainly be derived from eating these foods, they are nothing compared to the benefits of dimethylglycine in concentrated doses. People are using DMG supplements for virtually every health issue:

  • Aging
  • Athletics
  • Behavioral and Neurological Disorders
  • Cancer
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Circulatory Problems
  • Diabetes
  • Immune Deficiency
  • Liver Problems
  • Respiratory
  • Skin Issues
  • Stress

DMG for Allergies, Asthma and Other Respiratory Issues

The wide array of potential uses for DMG may sound too good to be true, but it's hard to argue with firsthand experience, and stories from people who have used DMG are absolutely incredible. Here's what one mother had to say about DMG's effect on her son's severe allergies and asthma problems:

My son Greg has been plagued by all types of allergies since his birth. His eczema has been so severe that he has been hospitalized several times. Since the age of 18 months he has been plagued with asthma. Some attacks required hospitalization as he found breathing difficult. Medication prescribed by doctors did not help. For the last four years his asthma has been of the coughing type. During the day he would have three attacks and during the night, at least two. He would go into spasms of coughing where he would be gasping for breath. Then he would end up wheezing for periods of a half hour...During the later part of August I obtained some DMG. For two weeks he took three a day, then he took a maintenance dose. In November, it suddenly dawned on us that Greg was free of asthma. We were all sure it was the DMG! ...these pills have helped his eczema also." - BR, California

DMG for Athletic Preformance

Here's another testimonial from a professional runner taking DMG for one of its most common uses - athletic performance.

I take three tablets per day...more just before the race...I found I was able to go full out the entire race, not needing to coast to recover over hills, as is my usual course of action. I had a strong kick at the finish and could have withstood a stronger finish if called for. I can safely say that if I had not incorporated DMG into my training schedule, I would not be defending New England Champion at 10 kilometers. � Phil McGaw, Milton, Massachusetts

DMG for Autism

The most amazing benefits gained from DMG, however, are its effects on autism. An astounding number of DMG testimonials are from people grateful for the miraculous changes it has made in their autistic children. The following are testimonials from the mother and school of a severely autistic boy named Zachary:

"In April we started our son Zach on a DMG pill. He came home from school that day and said, 'Hey, you.' His dad and I were shocked. He had never put two words together before. A few days later Zach said his first sentence 'I want pop, please.' We almost cried. I told no one at the school what I was doing...At school the same thing happened, as one teacher notes Zach's been trying to talk all day, just babbling.He has a friend now at school and all the children were excited. One little child came up to me and said 'Zachy can talk now.'" - Zach's Mom, McKinney, Texas

I am writing concerning Zachary and the remarkable progress that we have seen him make over the past several months... We (my staff and myself) were unaware that Zachary began taking (DMG)...During this time, Zachary almost instantly became potty trained. He began using more language, sounds and gestures. His verbalization also became more clear when naming teachers, children, and communicating. He also began imitating sounds and actions of other children. We have also noticed Zachary has begun to use more pretend play than before...He used to play more independently and now shows more of an interest in parallel play and group play." Child Development Center, McKinney, Texas

How DMG Works

How is this possible? How can one supplement do so much? The fact is, DMG is essential - our bodies actually make it in small amounts - and necessary for a wide variety of body process (the body uses DMG as an intermediarymetabolite, a metabolic enhancer, and as a methyl donor). In the human body, a wide variety of metabolites each have their own unique role to play. DMG helps to produce some of the most important metabolites:

  • Gluthione (also known as GSH): The primary cell antioxidant and muscle energy source.
  • Glycine: Creates GSH and phospocreatine, which supports the skeletal system, brain, and neurotransmitters.
  • SAMe: The energy-producing compound in cells.
  • Methionine: An essential amino acid- molecule that builds protein and helps produce SAMe.
  • Serine: Helps make GSH.
  • Cysteine: Used to form GSH.
  • Sarcosine: Indirect methyl donor,breaks down into glycine.

DMG's methyl donors are also extremely beneficial for the body. The methyl groups created by DMG are used to synthesize and activate vitamins, hormones, neurotransmitters, enzymes, nucleic acids like DNA and RNA, and antibodies in the body. Methylation is also required by many amino acids to build the proteins necessary for enzymes, hormones, antibodies, neurotransmitters, muscle cells, tendon cells, hair cells and skin cells. This amazing combination of metabolite and methyl donor production is the reason why DMG has such far-reaching effects on the body. These compounds affect almost every bodily process, which is why, when DMG decreases with age or with an inhibited immune system, mental and physical health can also decline. It is also why, when you add a DMG supplement to your diet, you can expect amazing results.

Sources:

Kendall, Roger V., Ph. D & Therrien, Adena (2003). Building Wellness with DMG. Topanga, CA: Freedom Press

http://www.raysahelian.com/methyl.html http://www.ehow.com/list_5910912_list-foods-containing-dimethylglycine.

html http://altmedicine.about.com/od/treatmentsfromatod/a/SAMe.htm www.wikipedia.com

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