Description: As the narrator talks, words appear on the left and right of the screen emphasizing his words, but not adding new information. As the video progresses, simple line animations appear on opposite side of the screen from the text, further illustrating the message.
Narrator: This is the story of Folic Acid. A B-Vitamin the body uses to produce essential molecules including serotonin, melatonin, and even DNA.*
Description: Small orbs rotate in a circle, before a molecular drawing of serotonin, melatonin and an animated DNA icon appear on screen.
Narrator: Unfortunately, up to 60% of the U.S. population may have a genetic quirk that can make it difficult to turn inactive folic acid into active methylfolate.
Description: A map of the United States is used like a pie chart, illustrating the number of people with the quirk. The orbs from the first shot transition into differently stylized orbs, representing methylation.
Narrator: Fortunately, you’ve got Thorne’s 5-MTHF, a high quality supplement, designed to provide your body with the active methylfolate it needs.
Description: Capsules animate onto the screen over an abstract square background, which then transition into more of the methylated orbs.
Narrator: Choose Thorne’s 5-MTHF as your folate supplement.
Description: A photographic rendering of the bottle appears as a disclaimer in the bottom left corner of the screen reads: 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. The video then cuts to the Thorne logo on black.