Why do we need Magnesium?
Magnesium is an essential nutrient for the formation of healthy bones and teeth and more than 300 enzymatic reactions in our body. Magnesium plays major role in a variety of health aspect including protein formation, B vitamins activation, muscle function support, nerve transmission, blood vessel relaxation, blood clotting, temperature regulation and healthy bowel movements.

Magnesium deficiency is common in modern society due to increased consumption of processed foods and depletion of magnesium from agricultural soils

Why Magnesium Bisglycinate?
Magesium bisglycinate is magnesium bound to the amino acid glycine. Commonly available forms of magnesium include magnesium oxide and citrate. However, these forms often have poor absorption and could cause diarrhea. Magnesium bisglycinate rarely causes diarrhea and is absorbed four times than the citrate form. It does not bread down in the digestive process, enabling a large am


  • Maintain proper muscle function (including heart muscle)
  • Active ingredient for nerve function as well as bone building


Elemental Magnesium  500 mg

(from magnesium bisglycinate and oxide with the ratio of 7:3)

Magnesium stearate

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