Magnesium capsules with very high bioavailability
Magnesium Synergy combines 3 magnesium compounds in a single formula which studies have shown to have the highest bioavailability. The extremely small particle size (micronization) and binding to organic compounds (magnesium malate, magnesium glycinate and magnesium citrate) guarantee that the magnesium will have both optimal absorption and effect in the body.
Why is the bioavailability of magnesium so important?
The body cannot directly absorb minerals such as magnesium in their naturally occurring, inorganic form.
These minerals first need to be activated in the digestive tract. This process, which is known as chelation, increases bioavailability, whereby magnesium can be actively channeled and absorbed through the intestinal wall.
For bioactive minerals, chelation is taken care of during the production process. Chelates are organic compounds of minerals such as amino acids, gluconates or citrates.
These surround the magnesium molecules and actively channel them through the intestinal wall into the body. As a result, chelate-bound magnesium achieves optimum bioavailability – which means that much more of it is absorbed compared to conventional magnesium products.
Why you should choose Magnesium Synergy:
- Combines the 3 best magnesium compounds into a single formula
- Absorbed much better by the body compared to conventional magnesium
- Micronized magnesium particles and binding to organic compounds ensure the highest possible bioavailability. As a result, the magnesium can pass more easily through the intestinal wall and exert its effect within the body.
- Two capsules supply 80% of the daily requirement of magnesium
- Optimized with vitamin B6
- Contains no animal-based ingredients
- Comes in 100% plant-based capsules
- Suitable for vegetarians and vegans
- Safe and effective
Are you getting enough magnesium?
Unfortunately, these days magnesium deficiency is widespread. The reason? You can’t get enough magnesium with an average diet. Studies have also shown that, for example, today broccoli contains about 35% less magnesium than it did 10 years ago. Spinach even contains 68% less.
If you’re an active person, your magnesium requirement is greater since your muscles consume magnesium and you also lose it when you sweat. In addition, persons who drink a lot of coffee, tea, colas or alcohol eliminate even more magnesium in the urine. On top of this, any type of stress causes the excretion of magnesium and leads to a deficiency.
Who is this important for?
- persons experiencing cramps
- those under high stress
- individuals with tension
- those with constricted blood vessels
- persons with heart problems
First warning signs of magnesium deficiency:
- muscle cramps
- muscle twitching
- muscle weakness
- difficulty falling asleep
What can magnesium do for you?
- relaxes muscles and prevents muscle cramps
- is a natural anti-stress agent and promotes inner calm
- essential for strong bones and teeth
- increases energy and performance
- increases oxygen supply
- stabilizes blood sugar
- prevents cardiac arrhythmia
- dilates the blood vessels, promotes blood circulation and regulates blood pressure
- promotes fat burning
- ensures warm hands and feet
- regulates and lowers high blood pressure
- helps with migraines and tinnitus (ringing in the ears)
Muscle cramps – never again
An optimal supply of magnesium mineral is the secret to never having to suffer from muscle cramps again. Magnesium’s effects can be felt after only a few days and will convince even the biggest skeptics thanks to its wonderful relaxing effect on the muscles. Athletes and stressed-wracked managers particularly swear by magnesium – and for good reason.
Important for health and performance
Magnesium is involved in the formation of more than 300 vital enzymes in the human body. This fact alone demonstrates how important it is for one’s performance and bio-energy. Magnesium is directly involved in the production of energy in every cell in the body.
Furthermore, magnesium is responsible for a healthy, strong heart and strong bones, and an adequate supply of magnesium in the body is required for more stable blood sugar levels and optimum burning of body fat. Magnesium needs to be regularly consumed since our body cannot produce it.
The natural anti-stress agent
Any kind of physical or mental stress leads to increased release of adrenaline, a hormone that activates the metabolism in critical situations and thereby increases the ability to react. This results in significant consumption of magnesium.
It’s no wonder then that stress often leads to headaches, tension, cramps and inexplicable pain when one is magnesium deficient, as magnesium is responsible for optimum circulation and relaxation of the entire body.
Consequently, an adequate supply of magnesium will help you remain calmer in stressful situations while simultaneously offering you a simple way to protect yourself from the effects of too much unhealthy stress.
Magnesium – the heart mineral
For your entire life, your heart has to pump more than 5 liters of blood throughout your body each minute. To accomplish this incredible feat, the heart needs adequate amounts of magnesium. Magnesium promotes blood flow in the heart and dilates the blood vessels, thus preventing angina (heart pain).
Magnesium deficiency disrupts the heart’s rhythm and causes heart palpitations. Furthermore, magnesium also regulates high blood pressure.