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Magnesium Glycinate Powder Magnesium Glycinate Powder 250g
Seeking Health
37.08 €

Magnesium Glycinate Powder 250g

From 3 units only: 36.34 € / Units. -2%

Shipping weight: 400g
No gluten
Vegetarian
Vegan

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  • Highly bioavailable chelate of magnesium diglycinate
  • Shows cardioprotective activity and protects against cardiovascular diseases
  • Participates in energy production and helps in the fight against depression
  • Enables the activity of hundreds of enzymes and the occurrence of metabolic reactions
  • Convenient-to-use powder, ideal in combination with water or juice
  • Helps to prevent magnesium deficiencies and their effective replenishment
  • Allows for easy adjustment of the dose to suit individual needs
  • Supports normal contractility and function of muscles
  • Helps to maintain the proper structure of bones and teeth
  • Excellent bioavailability and an unusual form

Seeking Health Magnesium Glycinate Powder is a unique formulation containing chelate in the form of powdered magnesium diglycinate. It is distinguished primarily by its excellent bioavailability and unusual form. This convenient powder can be added to water or a favorite drink, thanks to which you will easily adjust the dose of the supplement to individual needs.

This preparation is ideally suited as an effective means of helping to supplement magnesium deficiencies and prevent their generation in the period of increased demand for this element.

Magnesium diglycinate is a chelated form of magnesium, i.e. a magnesium atom bound with two molecules of the glycine amino acid. This combination ensures high bioavailability and is well tolerated by the human body, causing practically no side effects on the gastrointestinal tract when taken in excess doses.

Magnesium supports the proper functioning of muscles and cardiovascular system
Magnesium, counteracting to calcium ions, allows proper relaxation of skeletal muscles. It also affects the maintenance of neuromuscular excitability and correct signal transmission in the nervous system, which in turn ensures the proper contraction of muscle fibers.

Magnesium also has a cardioprotective effect, preventing hypoxia and thrombosis, which in consequence may lead to a heart attack. Also the effect of magnesium on the smooth muscle of the blood vessels is not without significance. Magnesium regulates its contractility and prevents damage caused by too high blood pressure. According to some sources, magnesium may also prevent the formation of atherosclerotic plaque.

Magnesium allows the occurrence of many metabolic processes
Magnesium plays a huge role in the proper functioning of a cell because it is one of the most important intracellular cations. It is an activator of more than three hundred enzymes involved in the metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats, which allows for their appropriate use and synthesis of new compounds.

In addition, magnesium is an extremely important element in the processes of energy formation. Magnesium indirectly participates in the synthesis of high-energy bonds in compounds such as ATP or GTP and thus allows for temporary storage of energy deposits, used later in the production of all biologically active substances.

Additional benefits of magnesium supplementation
Magnesium is, next to calcium, the basic building block of bones and teeth. It is responsible for their correct structure, durability, and enables their proper development. Magnesium is also necessary to prevent hypomagnesemia, i.e. an insufficient amount of magnesium in the body.

Demand for magnesium increases in various pathological and physiological conditions. This is, for example, about breastfeeding women, children during intensive growth or recovery after a long illness. It is particularly worth to start supplementing with magnesium in case of increased irritability, headaches or muscle aches or in periods of increased exposure to stress.

Interestingly, some scientific sources report that there is a certain correlation between decreased magnesium levels and mood worsening and even depression. In addition, the use of certain antidepressants may cause an increase in magnesium levels, pointing to the significant role of this element in maintaining mental health.

Magnesium itself in a cell is also used for the synthesis of nucleic acids and glutathione, which acts as an antioxidant. Glutathione is responsible for fighting against free radicals that may damage cells, accelerate aging, and the formation of wrinkles.

In conclusion, Seeking Health Magnesium Glycinate Powder is a dietary supplement helping to supplement magnesium deficiency and supporting the proper functioning of muscles, cardiovascular and nervous systems. This preparation will also help to ensure adequate supply of magnesium in periods of increased demand for this element, which will prevent unpleasant symptoms associated with painful muscle cramps or constant fatigue.

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