Magnesium is important for a stable heartbeat, relaxation, to use Vitamin D properly, and control calcium. It also contributes to maintaining energy metabolism and normal nerve function. It is recognised for its contribution to normal muscle function and protein formation. Magnesium also contributes to the maintenance of normal bone and teeth and cell division. Most magnesium can be found in your bones. It stimulates calcitonin, which helps to keeps bones strong by absorbing calcium from the blood and directing it into your bones. Magnesium is sometimes referred to as 'the heart’s most important mineral.
• Reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
• Electrolyte balance.
• Normal energy-yielding metabolism.
• Normal functioning of the nervous system.
• The function of nerves muscles and heart.
• Psychological function.
• Maintenance of normal bones and teeth.
• Protein synthesis.
• Has a role in the process of cell division
Magnesium Complex contains several sources of magnesium with different properties, it is an important part of your daily diet. When you take a lot of calcium, whether, in food or supplements, it’s very good to balance it out by taking magnesium. This mineral also contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism, the functioning of the nervous system, muscle function, protein synthesis, psychological function, and maintenance of normal bones and teeth. Calcium binds and magnesium loosens because of this taking too much magnesium may cause a laxative effect.
Suitable for vegetarians.
Free from sugar, dairy, gluten and yeast.
Keep out of reach of children. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. It is important to eat a varied, balanced diet as part of a healthy lifestyle. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet and a healthy