High Absorption Magnesium 120 Tab by Doctor’s Best

High Absorption Magnesium 120 tab  by Doctor's BestHigh Absorption Magnesium contains elemental magnesium chelated with the amino acids glycine and lysine. It is a “di-peptide” chelate, which means that each magnesium atom is chelated with two amino acid molecules. It has a low molecular weight of 324 daltons, which is ideal for optimum absorption. Bioperine® is a patented herbal extract that enhances nutrient absorption.

Ingredients:

Magnesium 200mg

(as magnesium Glycinate/Lysinate chelate)

Black pepper extract (fruit) (bioperine) 4mg

Microcrystalline cellulose, croscarmellose sodium, magnesium stearate,Stearic acid.

Suggested Use:

As a dietary supplement, take 2 tablets twice daily, between meals

Benefits

As an essential dietary mineral, magnesium plays many important roles, including:

Acts as a co-factor for metabolic enzymes.

Assists energy production in cells.

Supports nerve and muscle function.

Helps maintain a normal, regular heartbeat.

Supports bone density.

Magnesium is a dietary mineral with a wide array of biological activities in the body.

Magnesium participates in numerous life-essential processes that occur both inside and outside cells.

Magnesium deficiency impacts normal physiologic function on many levels. Adequate magnesium is a fundamental requirement for optimum function of the cardiovascular system, the nervous system and skeletal muscle, as well as the uterus and GI tract.

Magnesium deficiency can affect health of the heart, bones and blood vessels and alter blood sugar balance.

Magnesium–Important for

Everyone, Deficient in Many

Evidence suggests that magnesium may help support mineral bone density in elderly women. In a two-year open, controlled trial, 22 out of a group of 31 postmenopausal women who took daily magnesium supplements showed gains in bone density. A control group of 23 women who declined taking the supplements had decreases in bone density.

The dietary intakes of magnesium, potassium, fruit and vegetables are associated with increased bone density in elderly women and men.

In an interesting animal study, rats were fed diets with either high or low levels of magnesium. Compared to the high magnesium-fed rats, bone strength and magnesium content of bone decreased in the low-magnesium rats, even though these rats showed no visible signs of magnesium deficiency.

While this finding may or may not apply to humans, it raises the possibility that diets supplying low magnesium intakes may contribute to weakening of bone in the elderly.

Evidence suggests that magnesium may help support mineral bone density in elderly women. In a two-year open, controlled trial, 22 out of a group of 31 postmenopausal women who took daily magnesium supplements showed gains in bone density. A control group of 23 women who declined taking the supplements had decreases in bone density.

The dietary intakes of magnesium, potassium, fruit and vegetables are associated with increased bone density in elderly women and men.

In an interesting animal study, rats were fed diets with either high or low levels of magnesium. Compared to the high magnesium-fed rats, bone strength and magnesium content of bone decreased in the low-magnesium rats, even though these rats showed no visible signs of magnesium deficiency.

While this finding may or may not apply to humans, it raises the possibility that diets supplying low magnesium intakes may contribute to weakening of bone in the elderly.

Dimensions: 3x6x7

Price: $12.99

Sku :MAG120