Supported by Research:
- Boosts Mood*
- Promotes Joint Support*
- Promotes Healthy Liver Function*
- Enteric Coated and Stomach Friendly
SAM-e is a revolutionary supplement. Because of its popularity and use, it has received widespread exposure in the press. Information has appeared in newspapers, magazines, on the Internet or simply through word of mouth. Whether you're a first-time SAM-e user, or have been a fan for years, you probably have some questions.
The body makes SAM-e from the amino acid methionine. However, you may not be able to obtain sufficient methionine levels simply by ingesting food. In addition, because of age of other factors, levels of SAM-e can fluctuate of decline. Supplementation with SAM-e is the easiest way to increase intake.
Science has been looking into this remarkable supplement and time after time clinical studies have drawn the same conclusions, SAM-e:
- Boosts mood*
- Promotes Joint Support
- Promotes healthy liver function*
SAM-e (S-adenosylmethionine) was discovered in Italy in 1952. The subject of extensive studies, SAM-e has been used in Europe since 1975. It was on of Europe's best kept secrets until recently, when it became available in the U.S. SAM-e helps promote a positive mood and emotional well-being.*
A Note About Our Enteric Coating: The enteric coating helps the breakdown of SAM-e occur in the small intestine.* In addition, the enteric coating is designed to protect SAM-e from moisture and serve as a protective barrier so that SAM-e can be absorbed where it can provide you with the greatest benefits.*
Free of: yeast, wheat, milk or milk derivatives, lactose, sugar, preservatives, soy, artificial flavor, sodium (less than 5 mg per serving).
Suitable for Vegetarians.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.