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Metabole Magnesium Formulation contains 280g powder formula. Also available in 140g.
Magnesium is the most important mineral your body needs.
It supports over 300 enzyme systems and metabolic processes in your body.
Without it, you're dead.
Just about every single person you come into contact with – especially those with a health problem (even those with minor complaints) are in some way suffering from magnesium deficiency. Yes, that includes YOU!
While there are healthy foods that will boost your magnesium levels to some extent, it’s simply not enough.
Pesticides and pollution have contaminated soil all over the earth. Furthermore, pesticides kill beneficial bacteria/fungi that are necessary for plants to convert soil nutrients into plant nutrients, which in turn must be used by humans.
Magnesium is regarded as the most important of the 17 essential minerals to human life.
The body contains approximately 20 - 28 grams of magnesium.
Most of it (60 - 65%) occurs in the bones and teeth. The remainder (35 - 40%) is found in muscle and tissue cells, especially those of the heart and brain. These two organs become particularly vulnerable in times of magnesium deficiency.
One of the most unwelcome consequences of our modern and stressful, nutrient deprived lifestyles is the lack of energy.
Our Magnesium Formulation was designed specifically with this problem in mind.
The main ingredient is magnesium. The formula has a synergistic combination of nutrients such as zinc and vitamin B6.
Our Magnesium Formulation is in a powder form that can be taken to suit individual requirements. Powders are already in a digested form with ascorbic acid (a naturally occurring organic compound with antioxidant properties) being the end product, which gives rapid absorption and ensures optimal metabolisation.
A close association exists between calcium and magnesium in the body. The calcium to magnesium ratio has a number of important physiological implications.
Muscle contraction, for example, is initiated by calcium that enters cells and stops when the passage of calcium is blocked by magnesium. A high calcium to magnesium ratio therefore leads to prolonged muscle contractions and spasms. It can lead to asthma if this occurs in the bronchial tubes. If the blood vessels are involved, high blood pressure and arrhythmia can occur.
A high calcium to magnesium ratio may also be implicated in insulin resistance where glucose is no longer able to enter the cells. Obesity, high cholesterol, elevated triglycerides, and high uric acid levels can follow as a result. High levels of magnesium restores the sensitivity of the cells to insulin and possibly reverses the problem.
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