Magnesium food supplement from 4 different sources:
Carbonate, Marine, Pidolate and Citrate; Inositol and Vitamin B.
MAGNESIUM: Magnesium is a mineral present in large quantities in our body, especially in the bones and in intracellular fluids. It is involved in numerous biological processes such as the production of ATP, the metabolism of glucose, the absorption of phosphorus, calcium and potassium, the regulation of the homeostasis of the cells of the muscle tissue,nervous and bony. The 4 sources of Magnesium (Carbonate, Marine, Pidolate and Citrate) determine the best absorption of this precious mineral. In particular, marine magnesium, deriving from a mineral concentrate of sea water in the Mediterranean, promotes an important intestinal transit regulation and system stimulation action immune, thanks to the synergy of the chloride and sulphate salts present inside. Magnesium acts as a relaxant for nerves and muscles, thus decreasing irritability at the level of the nervous system and the presence of cramps and tension on a muscle level. It also proves effective in case of headache, irritable bowel, tachycardia and gastric pain. Magnesium intervenes in blood coagulation, in the production of energy and promotes the maintenance of a balanced pH in the blood. The integration of Magnesium in nutrition is particularly important for those who practice intense physical activity, for patients on diuretic therapy, during pregnancy and in all cases of increased physiological needs. Low levels of Magnesium in the body lead to neuromuscular disorders (spasmophilia, difficulty concentrating, insomnia, etc.), cardiovascular and gastrointestinal diseases.
MY-INOSITOLO: Inositol is an essential substance for the body and is considered a nutrient vitamin-like, sometimes referred to as vitamin B7. Inside the body’s cells, Inositol is largely transformed into phosphatidylinositol and participates, as a precursor to second messengers, in the signal transmission systems that control cellular activity. Inositol stimulates lecithin production, helping to reduce blood cholesterol levels. It is also an intermediary in the formation of important central nervous system neurotransmitters(serotonin), involved in regulating mood and controlling anxiety.
VITAMIN B6:From a biochemical point of view, vitamins are small non-protein molecules that support enzymes in their function as catalysts for the proper functioning of the body. B vitamins are a factor important in the process of transforming carbohydrates into glucose, which the body burns for energy. They are involved in the metabolization of fats and proteins and are indispensable for good food functioning of the nervous system, helping people suffering from stress and fatigue to achieve appropriate levels of relaxation. Vitamin B6 performs a remarkable function in the metabolism of fats and amino acids and is a muscle stimulant and a skin protector. Is involved in the synthesis of neurotransmitters and is activated in the presence of magnesium; it is important in the synthesis of hemoglobin, Cystine for nails and hair and is involved in the production of hormones such as adrenaline and insulin. Finally, Vitamin B6 is necessary for the metabolization of the proteins that we introduce into our body with food and provides balance in the body of the sodium / potassium balance.
Directions for use: We recommend taking 2 teaspoons a day, dissolved in warm water, preferably between meals.
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