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Magnesium Glycinate – Cardiometabolic, Neurocognitive, Musculoskeletal Health

Magnesium Glycinate – Cardiometabolic, Neurocognitive, Musculoskeletal Health

$22.70$38.90

Highly Bioavailable Magnesium Chelate for Sensitive Individuals
Supports Cardiometabolic, Neurocognitive and Muscolskeletal Health
Less Likely to Cause Loose Stools Than Other Forms of Magnesium

From Pure Encapsulations

120 mg. Magnesium per capsule

90 or 180 Capsules
(photo is of 90 count)

Vegetarian formula and capsule

Gluten-free, Non-GMO & Hypoallergenic

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Product Description

Magnesium Glycinate

for Overall Health

Magnesium Glycinate – Highly Bioavailable Magnesium Chelate For Sensitive Individuals

Less likely to Cause Loose Stools Than Other Forms of Magnesium

Supports Metabolism of Carbohydrates, Amino Acids and Fats 

Magnesium helps activate enzymes for physiological functions including cardiac health, neuromuscular contractions, and the regulation of the acid-alkaline balance in the body. Magnesium supports the metabolism and utilization of carbohydrates, amino acids and fats for energy.

Magnesium glycinate is a highly bioavailable form of magnesium (magnesium chelate) which is less likely to cause loose stools than other forms of magnesium.

Magnesium is involved with the utilization of calcium, phosphorus, sodium, and potassium. This vital mineral also helps utilize some vitamins, including vitamin B6, vitamin C, and vitamin E.

Magnesium (Mg) is a mineral that activates (catalyzes) hundreds of enzymes necessary for most chemical reactions in the body. Magnesium is present in every tissue in our bodies.

Here’s an overview of just how important magnesium is throughout the body. Magnesium is essential for:

Electrical activity, neuromuscular contractions, cardiac function (heart rhythm), transmitting nerve signals, metabolism, producing and transporting energy, synthesizing proteins, utilizing nutrients, regulating acid-alkaline balance (bone health), and smooth and skeletal muscle contraction and relaxation.

Taking Magnesium at Bedtime

Magnesium is a relaxing mineral and many people find that it supports their sleep. It can also help with general muscle tension, leg cramps, and restless legs.

Groups at Risk of Magnesium Inadequacy – According to NIH

“Magnesium inadequacy can occur when intakes fall below the RDA but are above the amount required to prevent overt deficiency. The following groups are more likely than others to be at risk of magnesium inadequacy because they typically consume insufficient amounts or they have medical conditions (or take medications) that reduce magnesium absorption from the gut or increase losses from the body.

People with gastrointestinal diseases
The chronic diarrhea and fat malabsorption resulting from Crohn’s disease, gluten-sensitive enteropathy (celiac disease), and regional enteritis can lead to magnesium depletion over time. Resection or bypass of the small intestine, especially the ileum, typically leads to malabsorption and magnesium loss.

People with type 2 diabetes
Magnesium deficits and increased urinary magnesium excretion can occur in people with insulin resistance and/or type 2 diabetes. The magnesium loss appears to be secondary to higher concentrations of glucose in the kidney that increase urine output.

People with alcohol dependence
Magnesium deficiency is common in people with chronic alcoholism. In these individuals, poor dietary intake and nutritional status; gastrointestinal problems, including vomiting, diarrhea, and steatorrhea (fatty stools) resulting from pancreatitis; renal dysfunction with excess excretion of magnesium into the urine; phosphate depletion; vitamin D deficiency; acute alcoholic ketoacidosis; and hyperaldosteronism secondary to liver disease can all contribute to decreased magnesium status.

Older adults
Older adults have lower dietary intakes of magnesium than younger adults. In addition, magnesium absorption from the gut decreases and renal magnesium excretion increases with age. Older adults are also more likely to have chronic diseases or take medications that alter magnesium status, which can increase their risk of magnesium depletion.” — from NIH Office of Dietary Supplements. (Click for Full Magnesium Fact Sheet from NIH)

Everything You Want to Know About Magnesium

If you’d like to learn more about of magnesium and the scientific literature behind it, I recommend The Magnesium Miracle, by Carolyn Dean, MD, ND.
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Ingredients

Each vegetarian capsule contains:

Magnesium (as magnesium glycinate) – 120 mg

Other ingredients: vegetarian capsule (cellulose, water), ascorbyl palmitate

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Suggested Use

As a dietary supplement, take 1-4 capsules daily. Consume with food.

If you are pregnant or lactating, have any health condition or are taking any medication, consult your health professional before use.

Taking Magnesium at Bedtime

Magnesium is a relaxing mineral and many people find that it supports their sleep. It can also help with general muscle tension, leg cramps, and restless legs.

Made by Pure Encapsulations, Sudbury, MA

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