Shelley Moore Shelley Moore is a journalist and award-winning short-story writer. She specializes in writing about personal development, health, careers and personal finance. Moore has been published in "Family Circle" magazine and the "Milwaukee Sentinel" newspaper, along with numerous other national and regional magazines, daily and weekly newspapers and corporate publications. She has a Bachelor of Science in psychology. View Work Dimethylglycine, also known as DMG, is a natural substance found in both plant and animal cells, and is derived from the amino acid glycine see reference 1 under Clinical Summary para 1.
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Other ingredients: xylitol, malic acid, stearic acid, vegetable stearate, silicon dioxide. Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take 1 chewable tablet, one to three times daily or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool dry place. Warning: If you are pregnant or nursing, consult your health care practitioner before taking this product.
Color of this product may vary due to color variations of the natural ingredients. This product is vegetarian and is free of citrus, corn, gluten and yeast. Dimethylglycine DMG , the main ingredient with mg per serving, is a nutrient found in cells of both plants and animals.
It supports cell health, which in turn supports immune system health. Shipping Weight:. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The information or opinions expressed therein are solely those of the contributors and do not necessarily represent those of Swanson Health Products and its employees. Please read full product reviews disclaimer.
General Information General information Gluconic acid is a mild organic acid, neither caustic nor corrosive and with an excellent sequestering power. Gluconic acid is prepared by fermentation of glucose, whereby the physiological d-form is produced. Gluconic acid has versatile properties through being a polyhydroxycarboxylic acid, with both hydroxyl and carboxyl groups which can react. Concentrated solutions of gluconic acid contain some lactone GdL , the neutral cyclic ester, which is less soluble in the cold and possesses no actual acid properties. The outstanding property of gluconic acid is its excellent chelating power, especially in alkaline and concentrated alkaline solutions.