Magnesium is involved in so many functions that a shortage of it can cause all sorts of seemingly unrelated problems and symptoms. Magnesium is an important part of more than 350 chemical reactions and is needed for, among other things:
• Energy and metabolism
• Nerve transmission and muscle relaxation
• Manufacture of bones and teeth
• Protein synthesis
• Creating neurotransmitters (chemical messengers in the brain)
• Temperature regulation
Dr. Edelberg’s comment:
Most experts in clinical nutrition believe that when it comes to magnesium, we’re all seriously depleted. This has occurred because our food and soil have changed: vegetables, once our major magnesium source, now grow in soil that has less magnesium than it did a few decades ago. If you’re using magnesium for chronic constipation, the best choice is magnesium citrate.
Contains: 120 Tablets
Ingredients: Magnesium Citrate (200 mg.), Calcium (40 mg.)
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