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Why is high bioavailability of minerals so important?
The human body is not able absorb minerals in their natural, organic form. They can only be digested if they can bond with protein components during digestion. This so-called chelation leads to better bioavailability, as the minerals can now penetrate the intestinal wall and be actively absorbed by the body.
A decisive advantage
Bioactive minerals are already chelated when you take them. The protein component glycine consists of extremely small molecules and is therefore particularly suitable for producing chelated minerals.
The mineral molecules are incorporated in the protein component that is able to penetrate the intestine wall. Chelated minerals therefore reach optimal bioavailability. This means that the body can absorb more minerals than with conventional mineral supplements.
There is only one small disadvantage
You already know that minerals bound to protein components are far better absorbed. It is only logical that such a compound is bigger in size than the mineral alone (calcium glycinate, for example, is made up of 25% calcium and 75% glycine).
Due to the bigger components, and that is the only disadvantage, you will need to take more capsules at a time.
Bio Active Magnesium - the highly absorbable Magnesium
BioActive Magnesium contains only organically bound magnesium which is highly absorbable into the bloodstream.
Assimilation studies show that the citrate salt of magnesium like the one in BioActive Magnesium is the best absorbed with the highest bioavailability. Therefore you can benefit the most from all the positive effects of magnesium with BioActive Magnesium.