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DMG and TMG for Autism and Aspergers in Children

by Veronica Rousseau, Spectrum Supplements on August 7, 2011

Dimethylglycine (DMG) and Trimethylglycine(TMG) are a derivative of the amino acid glycine found in beans and liver. DMG and TMG have been reported by thousands of families to be quite beneficial in children with autism and pervasive developmental disorder, and this is why dimethylglycine is often used for Aspergers in children. DMG and TMG supplements could help with autism behavioral traits such as speech, learning, social skills, eye contact, aggression and depression.

DMG and TMG supplements are popular because they are generally safe, inexpensive and are beneficial in about 50% of people suffering from autism.

TMG provides methyl donors that are often deficient in individuals on the autism spectrum and special needs children.  DMG can be formed from TMG upon the loss of one of its methyl groups. However some children tolerate DMG better than TMG.

The way DMG and TMG act is by strengthening the immune system.  Those supplements, especially DMG, are also beneficial to reduce seizure activity, a problem sometimes seen in autism and Aspergers in children.  Both DMG and TMG supplements intake should be balanced with folic acid and vitamin B12.

Find the best brands of DMG, TMG, folic acid and vitamin B12 at Spectrum Supplements.  We offer free shipping on all orders from the U.S.

 

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