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Magnesium Citrate Supplement
Magnesium Citrate is an important mineral for blood pressure and blood sugar maintenance already within normal range as well as heart rhythm health. It provides nutritional support for bone maintenance as well as cardiovascular and neurological health. Magnesium Citrate also offers a mild natural and mild laxative activity due to its chemical structure bond to citric acid, which attracts water through intestinal tissues. The high dietary levels of magnesium in this product (160mg per capsule) may help protect the body from moderate deficiency symptoms that include nausea, weakness, tingling and muscle contractions. Magnesium is an essential nutrient that assists with over 300 chemical processes in the body, including upholding a well-fortified immune system and strong bones. Individuals suffering from alcoholism or certain bowel conditions may find this product especially helpful.
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As a dietary supplement, recommended serving size is one (1) or two (2) capsules, one to two times a day or as directed by a health care professional
|Serving size: 1 Capsule|
|Servings Per Container: 90|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
|* Daily value(DV) not established|
|Percent DV are based on a 2000 calorie diet.|
Other Ingredients: Magnesium stearate, rice flour, and gelatin
Magnesium is among the top five most abundant minerals in the body. It is an essential nutrient, which mean s we must consume it in the diet in order to maintain a constant level. Our body does not make it. In order to maintain high magnesium levels, the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) for 98% of American adults ranges from 310mg to 420 mg per day, of which 50% will be stored in the bones and the other 50% inside our various organs, tissues and cells. Approximately 1% of the magnesium is found in the blood, where the body works to maintain homeostatis, or a constant level.
Magnesium levels in food depend on the quality of the soil, however traditional food sources high in magnesium are wheat germ and bran, oatmeal and bran, soybeans and peanuts, spinach, raisins, almonds and cashews.
Magnesium is a co-factor in over 300 chemical processes in the body for such important purposes as healthy nerve and muscle functions, a regular heart rhythm, to uphold a strong and healthy immune and to maintain strong bones. Magnesium is involved in the regulation of blood pressure as well as blood sugar because increased magnesium loss in the urine is associated with hyperglycemia. It helps maintain energy production and protein synthesis.
Individuals suffering from alcoholism, chronic diarrhea, or malabsorptive conditions of the bowel are at higher risk of magnesium deficiency. Older adults have a higher risk for magnesium deficiency than younger adults for a combination of reasons. Since the integrity of the kidneys is lower, and more magnesium may be lost in the urine. Certain common medications, more likely to be taken by the elderly but not limited to this population, are involved in magnesium depletion such as Cisplatin and other anti-neoplastics, Diuretics, Estrogen replacement therapy, Beta-2 asthma medications, Bisphosphonates for osteoporosis, Cardiac glycosides, Magnesium containing antacids and laxatives as well as Tetracycline and other antiobiotics. See Nutrient Depletions Chart here: http://www.invitehealth.com/drug-induced-nutrient-depletion.html
Signs of magnesium deficiency include appetite changes, nausea and vomiting, lack of energy and weakness, mood changes or poor mood, numbness and tingling, muscle tension, cramps, charley horses and contractions. More severe deficiency signs are abnormal heart rhythms and spasms. Calcium and potassium levels are also affected by low magnesium levels, and may become low in the blood when magnesium levels are low.
It is very important for these groups of people to increase their dietary magnesium through food sources and dietary supplements.