Magnesium is an important element that contributes to normal muscle function, helps maintains normal nerve and psychological functions and contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
Magnesium is one of those minerals that you might not know much about but you know it’s critically important for the body, even if you don’t know why.
More than 300 processes in the body need magnesium to function properly. It is vital for healthy muscle function, including your heart muscle; it contributes to protein synthesis and is essential for cell division and healthy bones and teeth. It’s also key in supporting the nervous system and regulating electrolytes, which help balance out the amount of water in your body.
Magnesium plays an integral role in the structural development of our teeth and bones.
Tiredness and fatigue
Magnesium is necessary for transporting energy to each and every cell in your body.
Magnesium acts as a natural blocker to relax the cells.
Nervous system function
The nervous system plays a big part in a lot of bodily processes, from the way we move, to the way we think and feel.
What are the different types?
Citrate – bound with citric acid.
Oxide – a salt that combines with oxygen.
Chloride – a salt that includes chlorine.
Malate – includes malic acid.
Taurate – contains the amino acid, taurine.
L-Threonate – mixed with threonic acid.
Sulfate – combined with sulfur and oxygen. (also known as Epsom Salts)
Glycinate – elemental magnesium and the amino acid, glycine.
Orotate – includes orotic acid.
Nature’s Fix has a wide range of magnesium products ranging from topical to capsules, liposomal to powder.
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