You might not think “getting enough magnesium” is as important as “getting enough calcium”, but it is. Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body, required for development and maintenance of bones and teeth,nervous system and muscle function and for keeping a healthy heart rhythm. It facilitates the actions of more than 300 enzymes. About half of body's magnesium is found in the bones; the other half can be found in the cells of body tissues and organs.
Unprocessed natural foods like nuts and green vegetables are good sources of magnesium but North Americans tend to eat more processed foods and this can result in many people consuming well under the recommended daily intake of magnesium (420 mg/day for men over 30; 320 mg/day for women over 30).
What is Krebs Cycle?
The Krebs Cycle is a biochemical action, that occurs in every cell of thebody and produces most of the body’s energy (called APT). Organic acidsneeded for the Krebs Cycle are bound to the mineral magnesium to enhancethe mineral's bioavailability.
Main selling features
|Elemental Magnesium||500 mg|
|(oxide, malate, glycerophosphate)|
Microcrystalline cellulose, coating (carbohydrate gum, polyethylene glycol, titanium dioxide, polydextrose, triacentin), croscarmellose sodium, vegetable grade magnesium stearate (lubricant).