Betaine Anhydrous is a derivative of choline and is an important nutrient which assists with various chemical processes in the body via the carrying and donation of methyl molecules throughout the system. It is also known as trimethylglycine, or TMG for short. The name Betaine Anhydrous is derived from sugar beets, the vegetable in which it was first identified. Its availability is not limited to sugar beets though, as it can be found in many different dietary sources including but not limited to, beans and legumes, grains present in breakfast cereals, wine, seafoods, and leafy green vegetables.
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||500 grams (17.6 oz) Powder