Magnesium Chelazome™ Bisglycinate
- An essential mineral nutrient
- Virtually all bioenergetic processes require magnesium
- Plays an important role in bone formation, stress, exercise, depression, PMS and chronic fatigue
- Suggested Use
Magnesium is an essential mineral nutrient. This vital mineral is required by over 300 of the body’s enzymes. It plays an important role in bone formation, stress, exercise, depression, PMS and chronic fatigue. Magnesium supplementation is beneficial in relaxing muscles and alleviating cramps. It promotes cardiovascular health and tissue respiration and plays an important role in bone formation, stress, mood, PMS and chronic fatigue. Low magnesium levels may result in nervousness and muscle tics and twitches, apprehension, brain and body exhaustion, confusion and irritability, disorientation, irregular heartbeat, poor circulation, pale complexion, and glandular disturbances. Minerals are poorly absorbed by the small intestine unless they are properly chelated with amino acids. By prechelating magnesium with amino acids, Trophic relieves the body of this task. Trophic’s patented Albion Magnesium, chelated with natural amino acids, provides superior biological activity or bioavailability and absorption.
Recommended Use: A factor in the maintenance of good health.
Directions (Adults): Take 4 caplets daily or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
Known Adverse Reaction: Some people may experience diarrhea with doses greater than or equal to 351 milligrams per day.
Serving Size: 1 Vegetable Capsule
Servings Per Container: 90 / 180
Per Serving Magnesium Bisglycinate / Magnesium Oxide
Providing Elemental Magnesium 100 mg Non-Medicinal Ingredients: Microcrystalline cellulose, dibasic calcium phosphate dihydrate, hyprolose, croscarmellose sodium, magnesium stereate and silica.
No added yeast, wheat, soy, gluten, corn, dairy, artificial colors, preservatives or animal products. Manufactured under the unique Albion Laboratories’ process (patented and patents pending) whereby the minerals are chelated by amino acids, peptides and polypeptides.