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Betaine Anhydrous Powder

  • Model Number: Betaine Anhydrous
    Purity: 96% 98%
    Color: Pure White


What is Betaine Anhydrous Powder? 

Betaine anhydrous powder is a toxic byproduct of metabolism when present in high concentrations.Betaine plays a significant role in maintaining normal homocysteine metabolism due to its distinctive mechanism of action. Betaine hydrate powder is produced using sugar beet.

Beta power betaine anhydrous does not contain any additives at all.Supplements typically contain betaine in the form of betaine HCl.However, the purpose of this compound is to maintain a normal stomach acidity.

Betaine anhydrous powder is simple to administer and readily dissolves in water and fruit juice.It is not unpleasant to drink due to its pleasant sweet flavor.SAMe, folic acid, and vitamins B6 and B12 are frequently taken with it.

Basic information 
Common Name: Betaine
Other Name Trimethylglycine,Glycine Betaine, Betaine Anhydrous
CAS Number: 107-43-7
Molecular Weight : 117.146
Density : 1.00 g/mL at 20 °C
Molecular Formula: C5H11NO2
Melting Point : 301-305 °C(dec.)


Betaine Anhydrous Powder Usage And Synthesis

1.Diminishes HOMOCYSTEINE Fixations:

Homocysteine is an amino-acids subordinate and metabolite, which happens among methionine and cysteine. Homocysteine levels skyrocket when there is an excessive accumulation, leading to numerous health issues.


Betaine anhydrous powder is not only a methyl donor, but it also has osmotic properties that help water absorb. Betaine anhydrous powderencourages osmosis, the passage of water through cells, which is more like a regulator.


Beta power betaine anhydrous has been found to improve performance in addition to its health benefits, which we’ll talk more about below.One of the most popular hypotheses is that betaine raises creatine levels7, though the reason for this is still unclear.

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