Magnesium

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Contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue related to travel

Key Features
  • Participates in converting food into energy
  • Contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism
  • Regulates muscle and nerve functions
Key Features
  • During a long-haul trip to relax muscles, promote calm in the body and support the nervous system
  • After an exhausting journey to quickly recharge the batteries to be operational
  • When lacking energy and accumulated fatigue
Intake
  • For adults and children, take 2 gummies when needed
Travel pack
  • 1 blister of 10 gummies, designed for all climate zones
  • Nutrition facts

    Serving size 2 gummies • Servings per container 10

    Amount per serving %NRV*
    Magnesium (as Magnesium citrate) 66 mg 18%

    *Nutritional Reference Value

    Ingredients

    Magnesium citrate, chicory root fibers, water, stabilizers (pectin, agar, tapioca starch), citric acid, trisodium citrate, nautral color (black carrot), grape flavor, carnauba wax.

    Recommended intake

    For adults and children, take 2 gummies daily.

    Warning
    • Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
    • Do not exceed the stated recommended daily dose.
    • The product should be stored out of reach of young children.
    • Do not use if you are pregnant or while breastfeeding.
    • If you have any medical condition, consult a healthcare practitioner before taking any food supplement.
    • Store in a cool and dry place.
  • Ingredients
    Magnesium

    Magnesium citrate is a preparation of magnesium in salt form with citric acid in a ratio of 1:1 (1 atom of magnesium per molecule of citrate). This association has shown the best rates of assimilation and is better tolerated.

    Magnesium is an essential mineral: it participates in the functioning of more than 300 enzymes that are involved in energy source reactions (especially for muscles and brain). Considered by the scientists as the "energy" mineral, a lack of magnesium leads to neuromuscular hyperexcitability. 

    Although magnesium is essential for the functioning of the body, its intake is often well below the recommended level. Magnesium is found in certain types of foods including nuts, seeds, fruits, vegetables and whole grains.

    With a lack of magnesium, symptoms can appear on the mental level with anxiety, irritability, morning fatigue, headaches or insomnia. They can also magnify on the muscular level with cramps and for example exaggerated tiredness during effort. 

  • Scientific evidence
    HOW DOES MAGNESIUM REDUCE TIREDNESS AND FATIGUE?

    Magnesium as an essential mineral is involved in energy metabolism, cardiorespiratory function, and muscle actions. It is required as a cofactor for over 300 enzymatic reactions and is required for fundamental processes such as energy production and nucleic acid synthesis.1

    The demand for magnesium may be increased in accelerated metabolic situations. Physically active individuals may have higher magnesium requirements in order to maintain an optimal level of exercise performance.2 Magnesium plays a critical role in maintaining physical endurance as well as regulating bone structure. 

    Furthermore, magnesium is involved in the transport of potassium and calcium across cell membranes. In the nervous system, magnesium is important for neuromuscular coordination and optimal nerve transmission. 

    There is further evidence that a lack of magnesium leads to oxidative stress. It is suggested that the underlying mechanism, inflammation associated with low magnesium levels known to increase the production of free radicals potentially contributing to the development of health conditions.3

    References

    1 Schwalfenberg G.K., et al. (2017). The importance of magnesium in clinical healthcare. Scientifica, 4179326.
    2 Zhang Y., et al. (2017). Can magnesium enhance exercise performance? Nutrients, 9, 996.
    3 Tardy A.L., et al. (2020). Vitamins and minerals for energy, fatigue and cognition: A narrative review of the biochemical and clinical evidence. Nutrients, 12, 228.

What is Magnesium?

Magnesium is an alkaline earth metal. It is the ninth most abundant element in the universe.

Magnesium

Magnesium in nutrition

In prehistoric times, when agriculture had not been discovered, sources of magnesium were relatively limited. At the time, hunter-gatherers obtained magnesium from fish and certain oleaginous fruits such as walnuts, hazelnuts and almonds. Today, there are many more foods rich in magnesium. Paradoxically, most people do not have enough magnesium in their bodies.

A balanced diet over time helps to maintain an optimal level of magnesium. However, people who are very active or who travel frequently should be aware of foods that are rich in magnesium. Apart from oleaginous fruits and some fish, magnesium is found in significant quantities in green vegetables, whole grains, pulses (e.g. white beans and lentils) and in chocolate.

Magnesium is an alkaline earth metal. It is the ninth most abundant element in the universe. It is produced, in large aging stars by the sequential addition of three helium nuclei to a carbon nucleus. The name magnesium comes from the Greek name of a district in Thessaly called Magnesia. This region was extremely rich in magnesium, in various forms. The chemical element of magnesium was discovered in England in 1755.

In the human body, magnesium is the 11th most abundant element by mass. It is essential to all cells and to some 300 enzymes, notably as a cofactor. Magnesium is essential for the proper functioning of the human body. A lack of magnesium causes weakness and fatigue while an optimal level gives energy and vigor. 

Magnesium in nutrition

In prehistoric times, when agriculture had not been discovered, sources of magnesium were relatively limited. At the time, hunter-gatherers obtained magnesium from fish and certain oleaginous fruits such as walnuts, hazelnuts and almonds. Today, there are many more foods rich in magnesium. Paradoxically, most people do not have enough magnesium in their bodies.

A balanced diet over time helps to maintain an optimal level of magnesium. However, people who are very active or who travel frequently should be aware of foods that are rich in magnesium. Apart from oleaginous fruits and some fish, magnesium is found in significant quantities in green vegetables, whole grains, pulses (e.g. white beans and lentils) and in chocolate.

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John Prior
Good product

Recommended by my trainer. They work, my sleep has improved drastically.

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Bjorn Karlberg
Very good product, delivered very fast

I tried the 10 gummy-pack, 1 per day. Compared to other magnesiums, this one has a great taste and no added sugar!

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David Ehrenberg
Magnesium is vital

Magnesium plays an obvious role in many cellular processes. There is nothing better to stay fit.

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Irena Campbell
Not received on time :-(

It takes 10-14 days to get it home. It is better to know before leaving... :-(

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Travis Taylor
I keep in shape

With my many business trips I really needed something to keep me from running out of energy. And it works!