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Nutrition Basics

MAGNESIUM
Mineral Supplements


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  • Magnesium Description & Overview
  • Magnesium Health Benefits, Uses & Scientific Evidence
  • Magnesium Dietary Sources
  • Magnesium Dosage Information
  • Magnesium Safety, Cautions & Interactions
  • Magnesium Supplement Products




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    MAGNESIUM DESCRIPTION

    OVERVIEW

    Magnesium is essential for hundreds of chemical reactions that occur in the body every second. It has received little attention over the years, but recent findings suggest that it has important health-promoting benefits, from the ability to prevent heart disease to a role in treating such chronic conditions as fibromyalgia and diabetes.

    Magnesium is a vital catalyst in enzyme activity, especially the activity of those enzymes involved in energy production. It assists in calcium and potassium uptake. A deficiency of magnesium interferes with the transmission of nerve and muscle impulses, causing irritability and nervousness. Supplementing the diet with magnesium can prevent depression, dizziness, muscle weakness and twitching, and premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and also aids in maintaining the body's proper pH balance and normal body temperature.

    Magnesium is necessary to prevent the calcification of soft tissue. This essential mineral protects the arterial linings from stress caused by sudden blood pressure changes, and plays a role in the formation of bone and in carbohydrate and mineral metabolism. With vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine), magnesium may help prevent cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, and certain forms of cancer, and it may reduce cholesterol levels. It is effective in preventing premature labor and convulsions in pregnant women. Magnesium combined with vitamin B-6 may prevent calcium oxalate kidney stones. Research has shown that magnesium may help prevent cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, and certain forms of cancer, and it may reduce cholesterol levels. It is effective in preventing premature labor and convulsions in pregnant women.

    Studies have shown that taking Magnesium supplements during pregnancy has a dramatic effect in reducing birth defects. A study reported by the Journal of the American Medical Association reported a 70 percent lower incidence of mental retardation in the children of mothers who had taken magnesium supplements during pregnancy. The incidence of cerebral palsy was 90 percent lower.

    MAGNESIUM DEFICIENCY INFORMATION

    Unfortunately, most people do not get enough Magnesium in their daily diets, mainly because they eat great quantities of processed foods, which provide scant amounts of this important mineral. The effects of stress, intense physical activity, or the use of certain medications can also cause magnesium deficiency.

    The consumption of alcohol, the use of diuretics, diarrhea, the presence of fluoride, and high levels of zinc and vitamin D all increase the body's need for magnesium.

    The consumption of large amounts of fats, cod liver oil, calcium, vitamin D, and protein decrease magnesium absorption. Fat-soluble vitamins also hinder the absorption of magnesium, as do foods high in oxalic acid, such as almonds, chard, cocoa, rhubarb, spinach, and tea.

    Possible manifestations of magnesium deficiency include confusion, insomnia, irritability, poor digestion, rapid heartbeat, seizures, and tantrums; often, a magnesium deficiency can be synonymous with diabetes. Magnesium deficiencies are at the root of many cardiovascular problems. Magnesium deficiency may be a major cause of fatal cardiac arrhythmia, hypertension, and sudden cardiac arrest, as well as asthma, chronic fatigue, chronic pain syndromes, depression, insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome, and pulmonary disorders. Research has also shown that magnesium deficiency may contribute to the formation of kidney stones. Some diseases, such as diabetes and alcoholism, can cause low magnesium levels too.

    To test for magnesium deficiency, a procedure called an intracellular (mononuclear cell) magnesium screen should be performed. This is a more sensitive test than the typical serum magnesium screen, and can detect a deficiency with more accuracy. Magnesium screening should be a routine test, as a low magnesium level makes nearly every disease worse. It is particularly important for individuals who have, or who are considered at risk for developing, cardiovascular disease.

    Magnesium supplements are one way to ensure that you get enough magnesium. You will find several forms available: magnesium citrate, magnesium aspartate, magnesium carbonate, magnesium gluconate, magnesium oxide, and magnesium sulfate.





    MAGNESIUM HEALTH BENEFITS, USES & SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

    HEALTH BENEFITS

    Magnesium plays a variety of roles in the body. Not only is it critical for energy production and proper nerve function, it also promotes muscle relaxation and helps the body produce and use insulin. Like calcium, another mineral it is commonly paired with in supplement products, magnesium is involved in the formation of bones and teeth, the clotting of blood, and the regulation of heart rhythm. Magnesium, sometimes taken in combination with calcium, is often used to treat such ailments as back pain, high blood pressure, depression, anxiety and panic, muscle cramps, and migraine headache.

    SPECIFIC CONDITIONS MAGNESIUM MAY HELP

  • Prevention & Treatment of Heart Disease, Angina & Arrhythmia. Without adequate levels of Magnesium, your heart will suffer: The mineral helps coordinate the activity of the heart muscle as well as the functioning of the nerves that initiate the heartbeat. It also helps keep coronary arteries from spasming, an action that can cause the intense chest pain known as angina. If you have a deficiency of magnesium (often true of those with angina and abnormal heart rhythms) supplements may help. In a recent study of more than 230 people with frequent arrhythmias, the likelihood of these abnormal rhythms dropped significantly within three weeks after the participants increased the amount of Magnesium and Potassium in their diets. In addition, when given by injection in a hospital setting, magnesium has been found to aid recovery from a heart attack by stabilizing heart rhythm, inhibiting blood clots, and expanding coronary arteries. Some studies even indicate that drinking "hard" water, which is high in magnesium, lowers the risk of death from heart attack.

  • Control High Blood Pressure. Even a slight decline in blood pressure can reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke. Magnesium plays a part in reducing elevated blood pressure by relaxing the muscles that control blood vessels, allowing blood to flow more freely. Its beneficial effect on blood pressure is further enhanced because of its ability to help equalize the levels of potassium and sodium in the blood. A recent study of 60 men and women with high blood pressure found that Magnesium supplements lowered both the systolic (the top number) and diastolic (the bottom number) pressures. Magnesium is typically taken along with Calcium to treat high blood pressure.

  • Limit Complications of Congestive Heart Failure. Because Magnesium can help lower blood pressure and inhibit dangerous arrhythmias, two common complications in those with congestive heart failure, a weakened heart may benefit from extra doses of this mineral.

  • Prevent Diabetes Complications. Preliminary findings indicate that having sufficient amounts of Magnesium may protect against non-insulin-dependent (type 2) diabetes and its complications, such as eye disease. More research on this potentially important role for magnesium in diabetes prevention is needed, however.

  • Reduce the Symptoms of Fibromyalgia. Magnesium's role in relaxing contracted or stiff muscles makes it helpful for relieving the aching associated with fibromyalgia, a chronic rheumatic disorder. Taking the mineral with Malic Acid is often recommended for this purpose because the acid is believed to enhance the absorption and fatigue-fighting actions of magnesium. Fibromyalgia sufferers involved in a study on the effectiveness of high doses of magnesium and malic acid reported reduced pain and muscle tenderness after two months on the treatment regimen. Interestingly, people suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome (another disorder that can cause muscle aches and fatigue) may similarly benefit from magnesium, according to a placebo controlled study in which they reported an improvement in well-being after being injected with the mineral. (Whether the same benefits are available to those who take the mineral by mouth has yet to be determined.)

  • Ease Muscle Cramps, Aches & Pains. It has been shown that for proper muscle contraction and relaxation, Magnesium and Calcium need to be present in balanced amounts. A supplement containing these minerals, taken regularly, may lessen the pain from sports injuries or excessive physical activity Supplements with a ratio of two parts calcium to one part magnesium are recommended for otherwise healthy individuals treating muscle cramps and aches. Increasing magnesium levels can even improve a workout: A study of women over age 50 found that when magnesium levels were low, the participants had higher heart rates and needed more oxygen during their workouts.

  • Protect Against Migraines. Many migraine sufferers are found to have low Magnesium levels in their systems. To maintain healthy blood flow to brain vessels - and thus possibly protect against debilitating migraine headaches - it's smart to correct any magnesium deficiency.

  • Relieve PMS (Premenstrual Syndrome) Discomforts. Because deficiencies in Magnesium have been found in many women suffering from PMS, taking Magnesium supplements may help this problem. Menstrual cramping, which is caused by hormone-like substances called prostaglandins made by the endometrial cells, may subside with supplemental doses of Magnesium and Calcium. Both minerals help to lower the production of prostaglandins. Magnesium's muscle-relaxing properties probably have a beneficial effect on cramping of the uterine muscle as well.

  • Minimize Asthma Attack Severity. By helping the bronchial muscles to relax and encouraging the lung's airways to expand, Magnesium may ease an asthmatic's breathing problems. Anyone suffering from severe or recurrent asthma attacks should consider using Magnesium supplements along with their usual anti-inflammatory medications. When taken for preventive purposes in oral form, the mineral's effects are gradual; it may take up to six weeks for any benefit to become apparent. (Studies have shown that intravenous injections of magnesium - but not necessarily oral doses - can stop some severe asthma attacks.)

  • Prevent Osteoporosis. Magnesium helps the body convert Vitamin D - which the body needs to take advantage of bone-strengthening Calcium - into a form that it can use efficiently. By contributing to increased bone density, the mineral may help stall the onset of the debilitating, bone-thinning disease known as osteoporosis.

  • Reduce Emotional Irritability in Chronic Depression, Anxiety, & Panic Disorder. Magnesium and Vitamin B-6 are needed for the body to produce serotonin, an important mood-enhancing brain chemical. When depression or a panic disorder is persistent - and especially when the usual drugs have limited effect - supplementing with magnesium and vitamin B-6 may provide significant relief. It may take six weeks or more of treatment for effects to be felt. Taking Calcium along with Magnesium may also lessen an over-reaction to stress that some research has linked to anxiety and panic attacks.





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    MAGNESIUM DIETARY SOURCES

    FOOD SOURCES

    Magnesium is found in most foods, especially dairy products, fish, meat, and seafood. Other rich food sources include Apples, Apricots, Avocados, Bananas, Blackstrap Molasses, Brewer's Yeast, Brown Rice, Cantaloupe, Dulse, Figs, Garlic, Grapefruit, Green Leafy Vegetables, Kelp, Lemons, Lima Beans, Millet, Nuts, Peaches, Black-Eyed Peas, Salmon, Sesame Seeds, Soybeans & Tofu, Torula Yeast, Watercress, Wheat, and Whole Grains.

    HERBAL SOURCES

    Herbs that contain magnesium include Alfalfa, Bladderwrack, Catnip, Cayenne, Chamomile, Chickweed, Dandelion, Eyebright, Fennel Seed, Fenugreek, Hops, Horsetail, Lemongrass, Licorice, Mullein, Nettle, Oat Straw, Paprika, Parsley, Peppermint, Raspberry Leaf, Red Clover, Sage, Shepherd's Purse, Yarrow, and Yellow Dock.


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    TABLE OF FOOD SOURCES OF MAGNESIUM
    Food
    Milligrams
    %DV
      Avocado, Florida, 1/2 Medium
    103
    26
      Wheat Germ, Toasted, 1 oz
    90
    22
      Almonds, Dry Roasted, 1 oz
    86
    21
      Cereal, Shredded wheat, 2 Rectangular Biscuits
    80
    20
      Seeds, Pumpkin, 1/2 oz
    75
    19
      Cashews, Dry Roasted, 1 oz
    73
    18
      Nuts, Mixed, Dry Roasted, 1 oz
    66
    17
      Spinach, Cooked, 1/2 Cup
    65
    16
      Bran Flakes, 1/2 Cup
    60
    15
      Cereal, Oats, Instant/Fortified, Cooked W/ Water, 1 Cup
    56
    14
      Potato, Baked W/ Skin, 1 Medium
    55
    14
      Soybeans, Cooked, 1/2 Cup
    54
    14
      Peanuts, Dry Roasted, 1 oz
    50
    13
      Peanut Butter, 2 Tablespoons
    50
    13
      Chocolate Bar, 1.45 oz
    45
    11
      100% Bran, 2 Tablespoons
    44
    11
      Vegetarian Baked Beans, 1/2 Cup
    40
    10
      Potato, Baked W/Out Skin, 1 Medium
    40
    10
      Avocado, California, 1/2 Medium
    35
    9
      Lentils, Cooked, 1/2 Cup
    35
    9
      Banana, Raw, 1 Medium
    34
    9
      Shrimp, Mixed Species, Raw, 3 oz (12 Large)
    29
    7
      Tahini, 2 Tablespoons
    28
    7
      Raisins, Golden Seedless, 1/2 Cup Packed
    28
    7
      Cocoa Powder, Unsweetened, 1 Tablespoon
    27
    7
      Bread, Whole Wheat, 1 Slice
    24
    6
      Spinach, Raw, 1 Cup
    24
    6
      Kiwi Fruit, Raw, 1 Medium
    23
    6
      Hummus, 2 Tablespoons
    20
    5
      Broccoli, Chopped, Boiled, 1/2 Cup
    19
    5

    DV = Daily Value. DVs are reference numbers based on the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA). They were developed to help consumers determine if a food contains very much of a specific nutrient. The DV for Magnesium is 400 milligrams (mg). The percent DV (%DV) listed on the nutrition facts panel of food labels tells adults what percentage of the DV is provided by one serving. Even foods that provide lower percentages of the DV will contribute to a healthful diet.





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    MAGNESIUM DOSAGE INFORMATION

    SUPPLEMENT FORMS

  • Tablet
  • Powder
  • Capsule
  • Liquid


  • RECOMMENDED MAGNESIUM INTAKE

    The government recently established new goals for the Recommended Daily Intake of Magnesium for men and women. The Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) is now just one component of the new calculations, but is still the figure most important in trying to establish how much you need. The new RDAs are as follows for Magnesium:
    • For men ages 19 to 30: 400 mg a day.
    • For women ages 19 to 30: 310 mg a day.
    • For men ages 31 to 50: 420 mg a day.
    • For women ages 31 to 50: 320 mg a day.
    • For men ages 51 to 70: 420 mg a day.
    • For women ages 51 to 70: 320 mg a day.

    For more information on RDAs and other dietary guidelines, see Government Dietary Guidelines.

    MAGNESIUM RDAs FOR ADULTS (mg)
    LIFE-STAGE
    MEN
    WOMEN
    PREGNANCY
    LACTATION
    Ages 14 to 18
    410 mg
    360 mg
    400 mg
    360 mg
    Ages 19 to 30
    400 mg
    310 mg
    350 mg
    310 mg
    Ages 31 Plus
    420 mg
    320 mg
    360 mg
    320 mg

    Results of two national surveys, the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES III-1988-91) and the Continuing Survey of Food Intakes of Individuals (1994 CSFII), indicated that the diets of most adult men and women do not provide the recommended amounts of magnesium. The surveys also suggested that adults age 70 and over eat less magnesium than younger adults, and that non-Hispanic black subjects consumed less magnesium than either non-Hispanic white or Hispanic subjects.


    If You Get Too Little: Low levels of Magnesium can increase your risk for complications of heart disease and diabetes. You may also be more susceptible to muscle cramps, various chronic pain conditions, and muscle fatigue. Symptoms of a severe deficiency include irregular heartbeat, general fatigue, muscle spasms, irritability, nervousness, and confusion.

    If You Get Too Much: Diarrhea and nausea are the most common side effects of ingesting too much Magnesium. If the body is unable to process particularly high doses of magnesium, muscle weakness, lethargy, confusion, and difficulty breathing may develop. Serious overdose of this mineral is rare.

    MAGNESIUM SUPPLEMENT TIPS

  • To enhance absorption, take Magnesium supplements with food. If you happen to consume a high-fiber diet and also do not get much magnesium, however, take the supplements between meals - and do not take with soda or wheat bran. These contain substances (phosphoric acid and phytates, respectively) that can interfere with the absorption of the magnesium.

  • If diarrhea develops with Magnesium supplements, either reduce the dose or take magnesium in the form of magnesium gluconate or magnesium sulfate. Both of these forms areeasy to digest.

  • When calculating your daily dose, keep in mind that some prescription and over-the-counter medicines - certain antacid products, for example - contain magnesium as well.

  • When taking Magnesium to control asthma, fibromyalgia, heart disease, or other chronic conditions in particular, be patient. It may take six weeks or more to absorb adequate amounts of magnesium to benefit stressed body parts and notice a difference in your condition.

  • Muscle cramps, aches, and pains related to sports injuries are best treated with a regimen that supplies two parts Calcium to one part Magnesium.

  • When taking Magnesium to protect against migraines, first correct any magnesium deficiency and then take a 2-to-1 Calcium-Magnesium combination to maintain a healthy balance of these two minerals and protect against future headaches.

  • To most effectively relieve PMS pain, it is usually a good idea to take Magnesium along with Vitamin B-6.


  • GENERAL DOSAGE INFORMATION

    Special Tip: When selecting a Magnesium product, try magnesium citrate first; it is the form that the body absorbs best. Magnesium oxide is often the cheapest form available, but it is also the most poorly absorbed.

  • For Heart Disease Prevention: Take 400 mg of Magnesium a day.

  • For Angina Prevention: Take 200 mg Magnesium twice a day.

  • For Arrhythmias, Congestive Heart Failure, & Asthma: Take 400 mg Magnesium twice a day.


  • Be sure to check out the Dosage Recommendations Chart for Magnesium, which lists therapeutic dosages for specific ailments at a glance.


    AILMENTS
    DOSAGE

    ADHD

    500 mg a day. Available in a powder form that can be mixed with juice.

    Angina & Arrhythmia

    400 mg twice a day.

    Asthma

    500 mg twice a day. May be partially covered by your daily multivitamin/antioxidant.

    Bronchitis

    Acute: 400 mg twice a day until recovered. Chronic: 400 mg twice a day.

    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

    400 mg twice a day.

    Chronic Pain

    400 to 600 mg a day.

    Constipation

    400 to 800 mg a day as needed.

    Crohn's Disease

    400 mg twice a day.

    Diabetes

    400 mg a day. May be partially covered by your daily multivitamin/antioxidant.

    Fatigue

    400 to 800 mg a day.

    Fibrocystic Breast Changes

    400 mg a day.

    Fibromyalgia

    150 to 250 mg magnesium and 400 to 800 mg malic acid 3 times a day.

    Heart Disease Prevention

    400 to 800 mg a day.

    Kidney Stones

    400 mg a day.

    Multiple Sclerosis

    400 mg a day.

    Muscle Aches & Pains

    400 mg twice a day.

    Osteoporosis

    250 to 400 mg twice a day.

    Raynaud's Syndrome

    400 mg twice a day.

    Strains & Sprains

    400 mg twice a day as needed.

    Stress

    400 to 800 mg a day.

    Stroke

    400 mg a day.

    Tinnitus

    400 mg twice a day.





    MAGNESIUM SAFETY, CAUTIONS & INTERACTIONS

    SAFETY CONCERNS

  • If you have any type of kidney or heart disease, consult your health care provider before taking magnesium.

  • Magnesium and calcium have competing effects on many of the body's chemical pathways. For this reason, combination magnesium and calcium products - or multi-mineral supplements - are often recommended for maintaining a proper balance of these minerals.


  • MEDICATION INTERACTIONS

  • Magnesium can reduce the effectiveness of tetracycline antibiotics. Take magnesium supplements one to three hours before or after using this type of medication.
    • Doxycycline: Magnesium may make doxycycline less effective. Take magnesium supplements 1 to 3 hours before or after ingesting doxycycline.

    • Minocycline: Magnesium may make minocycline less effective. Take magnesium supplements 1 to 3 hours before or after ingesting minocycline.

    • Tetracycline Hydrochloride: Magnesium may make tetracycline less effective. Take magnesium supplements 1 to 3 hours before or after ingesting tetracycline.





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    MAGNESIUM & RELATED SUPPLEMENT PRODUCTS

  • Brewers Yeast Supplement Products
  • Calcium Supplement Products
  • Calcium & Magnesium Complex Products
  • Magnesium Supplement Products
  • Magnesium Ascorbate Supplement Products

  • Magnesium Carbonate Products
  • Magnesium Citramate Products
  • Magnesium Malate - Malic Acid Products
  • Molasses Products
  • Natural Calm Supplement Products


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    MAGNESIUM SUPPLEMENT PRODUCTS

    Magnesium is important for enzyme systems and pH balance. Protects against coronary artery spasm in arteriosclerosis. Works with calcium. Magnesium is a natural tranquilizer. Called the "anti-stress mineral," it aids in relaxing nerves, relieving tension, assisting digestion, activating enzymes important for protein and carbohydrate metabolism.

    HERBSPRO PRODUCTS

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    HerbsPro: Magnesium Malate, Natures Life, 1300 mg, 250 Tabs (90537)
    HerbsPro: Krebs Magnesium-Potassium, Enzymatic Therapy, 60 Tabs (12723)
    Potassium and magnesium may be the most important minerals within the heart. They contribute to heart muscle contraction through their role in energy production, and help maintain the electrical charge of the cells. Enzymatic Therapy's bio-active minerals, chelated to the Krebs cycle intermediates, are better absorbed and utilized. These intermediates, or organic acids, are responsible for energy production within every cell of the body.
    HerbsPro: Magnesium (Mg) Plus Protein, Miller, 100 Tabs (102283)
    Magnesium is an important mineral involved in over three hundred biochemical processes in the human body. Magnesium is involved in muscle and nerve function, maintaining proper cardiac rhythm, the formation of bone, in energy metabolism, and protein synthesis. Magnesium is aborbed through the small intestine. Blood levels are controlled by excreting excess magnesium through the kidneys. Although generally considered safe, consult your health care provider before beginning a regimen of magnesium supplementation. Special caution should be taken by patients with compromised renal function.
    HerbsPro: Chelated Magnesium, Solgar, 100 Tabs (36301)
    HerbsPro: High Absorption Magnesium, Doctors Best, 120 Tabs (69160)
    HerbsPro: Bone Builder With Magnesium Glycinate, Ethical Nutrients, 220 Tabs (111236)
    HerbsPro: High Absorption Magnesium, Doctors Best, 240 Tabs (69159)
    HerbsPro: Chelated Magnesium, Solgar, 250 Tabs (36302)
    HerbsPro: Magnesium With Vitamin B-6, Solgar, 250 Tabs (36594)


    KALYX PRODUCTS

    Kalyx: Magnesium, Thompson Nutritional, 100 mg, 120 Tabs: K \
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    Kalyx: Magnesium, TwinLab, 400 mg, 200 Caps: K
    Kalyx: Magnesium Chloride Liquid, Nutricology, 8 oz: N
    Kalyx: Magnesium Citrate 16% Powder, Starwest Botanicals, 1 lb: C
    Kalyx: Magnesium Citrate Powder, Frontier Natural, 1 lb: K


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    HerbsPro: Magnesium Ascorbate, Source Naturals, 4 oz.
    HerbsPro: Magnesium Ascorbate Crystals, Immune System Support, Source Naturals, 8 oz. (1877)
    Magnesium Ascorbate is non-acidic (pH neutral) and gentle on the digestive system. Vitamin C plays a vital role in collagen formation, amino acid metabolism, hormone synthesis, and the body's immune system. Magnesium is an essential mineral, playing a key role in over 300 enzymatic reactions in metabolism. These reactions include those involved in the Krebs cycle (one of the body's main energy production processes), energy storage, the breakdown of fatty acids, protein synthesis, DNA metabolism, the relaxation of both voluntary and involuntary muscle tissue, neuro-transmitter activity, and hormone regulation. Magnesium is stored primarily in the bones, and plays a role in bone formation.
    HerbsPro: Magnesium Ascorbate Powder, Now Foods, 8 oz.
    HerbsPro: Magnesium Ascorbate, Source Naturals, 60 Tabs
    HerbsPro: Magnesium Ascorbate, Source Naturals, 120 Tabs


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  • MAGNESIUM MALATE - MALIC ACID SUPPLEMENT PRODUCTS

    Magnesium is a mineral that is critical for energy production and metabolism, muscle contraction, nerve impulse transmission and bone mineralization. It is required cofactor for an estimated 300 enzymes. Among the reactions catalyzed by these enzymes are fatty acid synthesis, protein synthesis and glucose metabolism. Malate is an important Krebs Cycle intermediate, indicating that it is an important molecule in the production of cellular energy derived from carbohydrates. Malic Acid is a fruit acid and is the principal acid contained in apples and many other fruits and vegetables. Its ability to bond with alkaline minerals such as calcium and magnesium may help to improve the absorption of these important nutrients. It supports energy production by allowing your body to produce ATP more efficiently, which is essential for proper muscle function. Leading healthcare professionals familiar with Fibromyalgia recommend Malic Acid, combined with Magnesium, for the chronic muscle soreness and fatigue experienced by most patients with this condition. Healthcare providers have found that patients with Fibromyalgia who use a combination of Malic Acid and Magnesium reported improvements in the reduction of muscle pain and tiredness. Malic Magnesium is a specialized formula that provides nutritional support for energy metabolism and muscle function, featuring chelated magnesium, malic acid, and select B vitamins.

    HERBSPRO PRODUCTS

    HerbsPro: Malic Acid, Olympian Labs, 90 Caps (74378)
    HerbsPro: Magnesium Malate Forte, Nutricology Allergy Research Group, 62.5 mg, 120 Tabs (46044)
    A combination of malic acid with magnesium and vitamin B2 (riboflavin). All three of these nutrients are important for energy generation. Each tablet contains: Riboflavin (Vitamin B-2) 5 mg; Magnesium (60% as Magnesium Citrate and 40% as Magnesium Hydroxide) 62.5 mg; Malic acid 250 mg.
    HerbsPro: Malic Magnesium, Ethical Nutrients, 300 mg / 75 mg, 120 Tabs (111248)
    HerbsPro: Magnesium Malate, Thompson Nutritional Products, 400 mg, 120 Tabs (67173)
    HerbsPro: Magnesium Malate, Source Naturals, 625 mg, 100 Caps (31714)
    HerbsPro: Magnesium Malate, Source Naturals, 625 mg, 200 Caps (31715)
    HerbsPro: Malic Acid, Natures Life, 800 mg, 100 VCaps (90073)
    HerbsPro: Malic Acid, Natures Life, 800 mg, 250 VCaps (90357)
    HerbsPro: Magnesium Malate, Now Foods, 1000 mg, 180 Tabs (68456)
    HerbsPro: Magnesium Malate, Source Naturals, 1250 mg, 90 Tabs (7083)
    HerbsPro: Magnesium Malate, Source Naturals, 1250 mg, 180 Caps (7084)
    HerbsPro: Magnesium Malate, Source Naturals, 1250 mg, 360 Tabs (7085)
    Source Naturals Magnesium malate is a compound of magnesium and malic acid in a dietary supplement. Malic acid is a natural fruit acid that is present in most cells in the body. Magnesium is an essential mineral. This formula is suitable for vegetarians. Ingredients include Magnesium (as magnesium malate), Malic acid (as magnesium malate and malic acid).
    HerbsPro: Magnesium Malate, Natures Life, 1300 mg, 100 Tabs (90470)
    HerbsPro: Magnesium Malate, Natures Life, 1300 mg, 250 Tabs (90537)


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  • NATURAL CALM SUPPLEMENT PRODUCTS

    Natural Calm takes the magnesium in a form where it is completely dissolved in water. In this form the magnesium assimilates fast into the body producing almost instant relief. What makes Natural Calm so special over other forms of magnesium supplements, such as magnesium tablets or magnesium caps, also including other powdered formuals is a special delivery system developed by Peter Gillham after 20 years of research.

    HERBSPRO PRODUCTS

    HerbsPro: Natural Calm, Peter Gillhams Natural Vitality, Regular, 350 mg, 8 oz. (63420)
    HerbsPro: Natural Calm, Peter Gillhams Natural Vitality, Regular, 350 mg, 16 oz. (63421)
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    HerbsPro: Natural Calm, Peter Gillhams Natural Vitality, Lemon, 350 mg, 8 oz. (63425)
    HerbsPro: Natural Calm, Peter Gillhams Natural Vitality, Lemon, 350 mg, 16 oz. (63426)
    HerbsPro: Natural Calm, Peter Gillhams Natural Vitality, Lemon-Raspberry, 350 mg, 8 oz. (63428)
    HerbsPro: Natural Calm, Peter Gillhams Natural Vitality, Lemon-Raspberry, 350 mg, 16 oz. (63429)
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    HerbsPro: Natural Calm, Peter Gillhams Natural Vitality, Orange Calm, 350 mg, 8 oz. (63432)
    HerbsPro: Natural Calm, Peter Gillhams Natural Vitality, Orange Calm, 350 mg, 16 oz. (63433)
    HerbsPro: Natural Calm Plus Calcium, Peter Gillhams Natural Vitality, 350 mg / 230 mg, 8 oz. (63409)
    HerbsPro: Natural Calm Plus Calcium, Peter Gillhams Natural Vitality, 350 mg / 230 mg, 16 oz. (63410)
    HerbsPro: Natural Calm Plus Calcium, Peter Gillhams Natural Vitality, Lemon-Raspberry, 8 oz. (63416)
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  • CALCIUM & MAGNESIUM COMPLEX PRODUCTS

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    HerbsPro: Calcium & Magnesium, Woodland Publishing, 32 Page Booklet (90205)
    HerbsPro: Calcium Magnesium Chelate, Source Naturals, 200 / 100 mg, 100 Tabs (6172)
    HerbsPro: Calcium Magnesium Chelate, Source Naturals, 200 / 100 mg, 250 Tabs (6173)
    HerbsPro: Calcium with Magnesium 1:2, Source Naturals, 370 mg, 180 Caps (81235)
    HerbsPro: Calcium with Magnesium & Vitamin D, Twinlab, 500 mg, 180 Tabs (35834)
    HerbsPro: Coral Calcium Plus Vitamin D & Magnesium, Natures Bounty, 1000 mg, 70 Caps (98114)
    HerbsPro: Calcium Magnesium Chewables, Chocolate, Pioneer Nutritionals, 1000 / 500 mg, 90 Chews (94249)
    HerbsPro: Calcium with Magnesium, Vanilla / Orange, Country Life, 1000 / 500 mg, 120 Chewable Wafers (37051)
    HerbsPro: Calcium Citrate & Magnesium, Natures Life, 1000 / 667 mg, 250 Tabs (90253)
    HerbsPro: Calcium & Magnesium Chelate, Natural Factors, 90 Tabs (84276)
    HerbsPro: Calcium Magnesium & Zinc, Sundown Naturals, 100 Caplets (98472)
    HerbsPro: Calcium Citrate With D & Magnesium, Citracal, 120 Tabs (96072)
    HerbsPro: Calcium & Magnesium Wafers, Country Life, 120 Wafers (37051)
    HerbsPro: Calcium Magnesium Complex, Country Life, 180 Tabs (37054)
    HerbsPro: Chelated Calcium & Magnesium With Zinc, American Health, 250 Tabs (34605)
    HerbsPro: Calcium & Magnesium, Now Foods, 250 Tabs (68448)
    HerbsPro: Calcium Plus Liquid, French Vanilla, Buried Treasure Products, 16 fl. oz. (50981)
    HerbsPro: Calcium Plus Liquid, Blueberry, Buried Treasure Products, 16 fl. oz. (75958)
    HerbsPro: Calm Plus Calcium Liquid, Raspberry-Lemon, Natural Vitality, 8 fl. oz. (63416)
    HerbsPro: Liquid Calcium Magnesium Citrate, Blueberry, Life Time Nutritional Specialties, 750 mg, 16 fl. oz. (89963)
    HerbsPro: Liquid Calcium Magnesium Citrate, Orange Vanilla, Life Time Nutritional Specialties, 750 mg, 16 fl. oz. (89965)
    HerbsPro: Liquid Calcium Magnesium Citrate, Lemon Custard, Life Time Nutritional Specialties, 750 mg, 16 fl. oz. (89966)
    HerbsPro: Liquid Calcium Magnesium Citrate, Cherry, Life Time Nutritional Specialties, 750 mg, 16 fl. oz. (89967)
    HerbsPro: Liquid Calcium Magnesium Citrate, Grape, Life Time Nutritional Specialties, 750 mg, 16 fl. oz. (89968)
    HerbsPro: Liquid Calcium Magnesium Citrate, Strawberry, Life Time Nutritional Specialties, 750 mg, 16 fl. oz. (89969)
    HerbsPro: Liquid Calcium Magnesium Citrate, Pina Colada, Life Time Nutritional Specialties, 750 mg, 16 fl. oz. (89971)
    HerbsPro: Calcium Plus Liquid, French Vanilla, Buried Treasure Products, 16 fl. oz. (50981)
    HerbsPro: Calcium Plus Liquid, Blueberry, Buried Treasure Products, 16 fl. oz. (75958)
    HerbsPro: Liquid Calcium Magnesium Citrate With Vitamin D-3, Natural Blueberry, Solgar, 16 fl. oz. (100291)
    HerbsPro: Liquid Calcium Magnesium Citrate With Vitamin D-3, Natural Orange-Vanilla, Solgar, 16 fl. oz. (100292)
    HerbsPro: Liquid Calcium Magnesium Citrate With Vitamin D-3, Natural Strawberry, Solgar, 16 fl. oz. (100293)
    HerbsPro: Calcium Magnesium Liquid, Source Naturals, 1200 mg, 16 fl. oz. (21026)


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