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Magnesium Gluconate

Magnesium Gluconate, Dibasic Calcium Phosphate, Magnesium Stearate.

Bottle of 90 tablets.

How to use
Take 1 tablet a day.

Store in a cool, dry place.
Wing reach of children will not leave.

This product is not a medicine.
Consumption and / or use of this product is responsibility of the person who uses and recommends.

Few nutrients possess the remarkable and diverse benefits of magnesium. It is the fourth most abundant in cells after calcium, phosphorus and potassium mineral.

Magnesium is found in our,
... And other tissues.

The body needs it to,
produce energy
synthesizing proteins and fats
muscle relaxation
nervous system function
calcium metabolism

Muscular strength
In addition to relieve cramps, magnesium has many other muscle-related benefits.

The reason why people often say they feel an increase in energy after starting to take supplements of the mineral magnesium is involved in energy production in the body, most of which occurs in muscle cells.

In a study conducted at the University of Palermo, Italy, researchers found that older people with the highest levels of magnesium had the greatest muscle strength, including better grip strength, leg muscle strength, knee extension and strength the ankle.

People with low levels of magnesium had poor muscle function and strength.

Bone Health
Almost two thirds of the magnesium in the body is in the bones, where it works with calcium to provide structural support.

Researchers from Yale University administered to girls aged eight to 14, or magnesium or a placebo twice a day for a year.

Results: Girls taking magnesium developed stronger bones compared to girls who took a placebo.

Stress Buster
Many people report physical stress by tensing the muscles of his back and shoulders, leading to rigidity. Because magnesium is a good muscle relaxant, it can help reduce muscle tension.

Magnesium also stimulates the body's production of substance that calms the brain gamma amino butyric acid (GABA), which also helps people to relax mentally.

Heart Benefits
Magnesium helps relax the walls of blood vessels, which reduces blood pressure. Magnesium sulfate is sometimes administered intravenously in the hospital to reduce the risk of arrhythmia (irregular heartbeat). It also relieves heart palpitations.

Magnesium may help other heart problems, such as cardiomyopathy, a condition in which the heart fails to pump blood properly.

There's more: Doctors at the Harvard Medical School reported that high levels of magnesium are associated with a significantly lower risk of sudden cardiac death, which causes nearly half of all deaths from heart disease.
The study found that people with the highest levels of magnesium were 77% less likely to suffer sudden death from cardiac arrest.

Magnesium deficiency is common among people with type 2 diabetes Earlier this year, German researchers conducted a study in which were given magnesium supplements men overweight, pre-diabetic men and women.

Those taking magnesium had a significant reduction of fasting blood glucose, better insulin resistance and decreased blood pressure compared with those given a placebo.

Neuropathic pain
Soak in a bath with Epsom salts, which are granules of magnesium sulfate is a known way to relieve aches and pains. But I think the role of magnesium in relieving pain has been largely under-utilized.

In one study, British doctors used intravenous (IV) magnesium for treating people with post-herpetic neuralgia, severe pain after an outbreak of shingles. The pain was significantly reduced after just 30 minutes of receiving magnesium.

Another study found that a single IV dose of 500 mg to 1000 mg of magnesium sulfate eliminates nerve pain associated with metastasis in cancer patients. In my practice, I find that a combination of IV and oral magnesium relieves nerve pain.

Magnesium may block the common bronchial reactivity in asthma attacks. In one study, doctors in Brazil reported that supplements of magnesium glycinate bronchial reactivity decreased by 30%.

When ingested in taken as a supplement, magnesium glycinate is a magnesium type well absorbed and well tolerated. In the study, the subjects became more resistant to common asthma triggers (such as cold air and allergens) and were able to reduce their medication for asthma by almost 40%.

I have found similar results with my patients.

Several studies have shown that magnesium supplementation can reduce the frequency of migraine. Magnesium sulfate IV has also been found to relieve the pain of cluster headaches in people with low blood levels of magnesium.

Research has found that magnesium levels affect serotonin receptors and other chemicals in the brain which affect headaches

Magnesium may also help you stay young. Studies show that magnesium is required to maintain telomeres, protective tips of chromosomes (which consist of the gene).