Magnesium Citrate 128mg, 120 Vegan Capsules - Rejuvenation Therapeutics Corp.

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Magnesium Citrate

Combats widespread magnesium insufficiency

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  • Provides the most essential element—Magnesium
  • Promotes digestive health
  • Supports optimal bone density
  • Promotes heart health

 

Suggested Use: Take 3 capsules daily, or as directed by your qualified healthcare professional.

 

Warning: Consult a healthcare professional prior to use if you are pregnant or nursing, taking any medications, or have any medical conditions. Keep out of reach of children.

Store in a cool, dry place.

Magnesium Citrate
60 Vegan Capsules (1-Month Supply)
Item# RTX-DS0700-120

Magnesium is the ninth most abundant element in the human body and also one of the most used elements in the body. Essential for more than 300 reactions, Magnesium plays an important role in the production of ATP—the energy currency of our cells. Supplementation with Magnesium Citrate—a combination of magnesium and citric acid—promotes digestive, bone and heart health, and hence it can be an answer to your depleting magnesium levels.

Provides Magnesium when and where you need it most
Magnesium is the most significant nutrient of the human body. However, there has been a considerable depletion in the levels of magnesium in the human diet. Lack of minerals due to soil erosion and refined processing of foods is one of the major causes of magnesium depletion in your diet. Also, stress, alcohol consumption, and malabsorption issues are some of the factors leading to magnesium loss from the body.1

Supplementation with a bioavailable form of magnesium—a combination of magnesium and citric acid, Magnesium Citrate, can not only provide you with magnesium, but can also be a source of citric acid.

According to a study published in BMC Nutrition, Magnesium Citrate showed higher bioavailability than magnesium oxide in subjects, thus indicating Magnesium Citrate is more suitable to optimize the dietary magnesium intake.2

Digestive health
Magnesium Citrate plays a significant role in the work mechanism of our digestive system, by regulating our bowel movements. Magnesium Citrate attracts water from the tissues to the intestine by a process called osmosis. Enough amount of water in the intestine induces defecation by stimulating bowel movements.3

Supplementation with Magnesium Citrate promotes digestive health by regulating bowel movements.

Bone health
Magnesium has been researched in the past for its role in maintaining bone health with respect to bone density. Around 60% of the body's magnesium is found in bones. Magnesium influences the activities of osteoblasts (cells required for bone formation), and helps in improving and maintaining bone density.4

Cardiovascular health
Magnesium plays an important role in maintaining heart health. Research suggests that magnesium is a calcium antagonist, which works by inhibiting calcium depolarization, thus promotes vascular smooth muscle relaxation. It also has a beneficial effect on lipid profiles, through raising the HDL-Cholesterol levels. It is involved in various metabolic reactions promoting energy generation and glucose metabolism. In short, Magnesium promotes heart health by working on mechanisms and reactions on tissue and cellular levels.5

Supplementation with Magnesium Citrate helps maintain magnesium levels in the body, thus leading to regulation and maintenance of heart health.

Magnesium also improves metabolic profile, beneficially impacts insulin resistance, serum lipid profiles, promotes a healthy inflammatory response, supports healthy endothelial function, and protects against oxidative stress.

 

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

 

References
  1. Open Heart. 2018 Jan 1;5(1):e000668.
  2. BMC Nutrition. 2017 Dec;3(1):7.
  3. Alimentary pharmacology & therapeutics. 2005 Jun;21(12):1491-5.
  4. Nutrients. 2017;9(11):1189.
  5. Current opinion in lipidology. 2008 Feb 1;19(1):50-6.


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