Magnesium (Ultra High Absorption)

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Magnesium (Ultra High Absorption)
$26.00

What does Magnesium do/ how can a Magnesium Supplement help?

Magnesium is very important because it helps support many of the body’s functions and keeps everything working properly. It is important to understand that Magnesium supplements can play a major role in strengthening your immune system, and help control blood glucose and blood pressure regulation. Magnesium keeps your heart, muscles, nerves and bones strong. Normal bone structure within the body can be deterred if a Magnesium supplement is not introduced into the body in proper amounts. Magnesium deficiency can cause bones to become brittle. When bones become too weak, falling, bending over, or even coughing too hard can cause fractures.

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Magnesium Supplement for Constipation

Magnesium supplements are commonly used as a laxative for constipation and for preparation of the bowels for surgical or diagnostic procedures. It's additionally used as an antacid for stomach acid problems and severe indigestion. The only difference between Magnesium supplements as a vitamin and Magnesium as a laxative is the dose. A much higher dose like  400-1200 mg of Magnesium daily can be taken safely to induce natural flow of bowels to solve constipation and Magnesium deficiency.

How can you get Magnesium?

Magnesium supplements are necessary because it is a mineral that is crucial for supporting normal bone structure within the body. Although people get Magnesium from their diet, most people are still lacking it due to eating the wrong foods. Foods that are high in Magnesium are:

  • Kelp, spinach, swiss chard, and other leafy vegetables
  • Nuts and seeds like almonds, cashews, walnuts and pumpkin seeds
  • Avocados, bananas
  • Cruciferous vegetables like broccoli and Brussel sprouts
  • Dark chocolate
  • Black beans and Quinoa

If these foods are not incorporated into your everyday diet, it is important to start taking a Magnesium supplement to ensure that you are getting the necessary amount. The recommended daily amount of Magnesium is between 310 to 420 mg for adults which depends on age and gender.

Importance of a Magnesium Supplement for the Body

Magnesium is a nutrient that’s known to be active in over three hundred of the biochemical reactions that happen in the human body, including protein synthesis. Biochemical reactions are important because they go through a process of breaking down molecules into smaller molecules that get released into energy. That’s why those with a Magnesium deficiency experience fatigue due to lack of energy. People take Magnesium supplements orally to stop Magnesium deficiency.

According to American neurosurgeon Norman Shealy, MD, PhD, almost every known disease is associated with a Magnesium deficiency. (source)

Sometimes Magnesium supplements are required if Magnesium levels are too low, which is what causes a Magnesium deficiency. If you have a Magnesium deficiency it can cause serious fatigue. You may also experience cramping of the muscles, abnormal heartbeat and osteoporosis, which is weakness of the bones. If you believe you may have a Magnesium deficiency, you can confirm your suspicions with a simple blood test.

Who should take Magnesium and When?

Dietary intake of Magnesium is recommended throughout the day up to 4 times. Children ages one to three should be getting at least80 mg of Magnesium per day. Children ages four to five should be getting at least 130 mg of Magnesium per day. By age nine, it is recommended that kids should take in 240 mg of a Magnesium supplement per day at least. A Magnesium deficiency can be harder on children because when under stress or pressure, their bodies use up Magnesium in response to the stress. Magnesium is needed no matter what age or gender but it is shown to be low, notably among women. Women can experience chronic pain and increased cramping from premenstrual syndrome. Magnesium deficiency is also not uncommon among the Elderly. Low Magnesium levels within the body are connected to diseases like osteoporosis, high blood pressure, clogged arteries, hereditary heart disease, diabetes, and stroke, so it’s even more crucial the older you get to remember to get the Magnesium you need to fuel your body.

We have found it works much better than any other Magnesium available.‡

Adults: Take 1-2 capsules 1-3 times a day with meals or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

Magnesium - Supplement Facts

Potency and Purity Guaranteed! We use a State Inspected and Regulated Certified GMP Facility to produce all of our products to ensure you get only the best formulas to enhance your well being. Thorough testing is done at various stages of production.

‡ These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

2 Reviews

  • 5
    Everyone is Magnesium Deficient

    Posted by Stephanie G. on Nov 13th 2018

    As an integrative nurse practitioner, I listen to my patients common complaints and concerns. I don't like giving supplements unless there are specific reasons. I can say Magnesium Glycinate has been my go-to for initial meetings with patients and they have had significant life changes due to using magnesium alone... Better sleep, less cramps, less muscle pain, less anxiety, better bowel movements. Highly recommend everyone supplement with Magnesium Glycinate 300mg x1-3 months and see what changes they notice.

  • 5
    No More Muscle Cramps!

    Posted by Alex G. on Nov 13th 2018

    I don't typically take supplement. I was having repeat muscle cramps at night that were literally making me jump out of bed time pain. My girlfriend handed me this Magnesium and my cramps stopped. They went from multiple day a week to twice in the past 2 years. Highly recommend!