So magnesium is a nutrient that body needs to stay healthy. Magnesium is important for many processes in the body including regulating muscle and nerve function.
Regulates blood sugar levels and blood pressure and making protein, bone and DNA.
Magnesium plays many crucial roles in the body, such as supporting muscle and nerve function and energy production.
Low magnesium levels don't cause symptoms in the short term.
Doses less than 350mg daily are safe for most adults.
Citrate for digestion.
Glycinate for mood and sleep.
Threonate for cognitive function.
Malate for muscle pain.
Taurate for heart health.
Chlorice to relax muscles.
Sulfate for muscle soreness.
Oxide for constipation.
Different types of magnesium for different problems. So you can find out which one is right for you. What your body needs more. To stay healthy. So that your immunity can stay as strong as possible.
Stay safe and healthy.
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