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Magnesium Malate Magnesium Malate 250g
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Magnesium Malate 250g

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  • Magnesium malate in comfortable form of powder
  • Helps to maintain normal energy metabolism
  • Stress reducer and antidepressant
  • Supports nervous and muscular system function
  • Energy boost and stable mood
  • Helps to improve insulin sensitivity
  • Reduces fatigue and tiredness
  • Increases psychomotor abilities

Seeking Health Magnesium Malate is a dietary supplement containing high-quality magnesium in the form of highly-bioavailable magnesium malate Albion®. The preparation is in the form of powder, and 1 scoop of the preparation contains as much as 500 mg of magnesium.

Magnesium malate is a combination of magnesium with malic acid and constitutes one of the best assimilable forms of the mineral. The preparation has a beneficial effect on motor and intellectual function, eliminates the feeling of fatigue, supports mineral management in bones, carbohydrate management, and strengthens the cardiovascular system.

Why is magnesium malate worth choosing?
It has been observed that the combination of malic acid and magnesium can have a particularly beneficial effect on the activity of muscle cells. Malic acid is a naturally occurring substance that supports energy production, both during aerobic and anaerobic effort, so magnesium malate supplementation can prove extremely helpful in supporting energy metabolism, for example in times of intensive physical or intellectual strain.

Extraordinary role of magnesium in the organism
Magnesium is the second intracellular cation in terms of the amount found in the human organism. Magnesium participates in the activation of over 300 enzymes involved above all in energy metabolism. The element is also a very structural component of bones – it affects their normal mineralisation and helps to maintain their normal density and growth.

Optimisation of the functioning of the cardiovascular system
Because magnesium ions work similarly to calcium antagonists, that is they reduce excessive tension and reactivity of blood vessels and are responsible for inhibit calcium inflow to cells, they are believed to play an important role in maintaining the right arterial pressure. Magnesium deficiencies can, therefore, not only increase the risk of developing arterial hypertension, but they can also contribute to atherosclerosis, heart failure, or stroke.

Beneficial effect on psychomotor function
Magnesium plays an important role in maintaining normal nervous system function. Magnesium has an anxiolytic and antidepressant effect, and helps to improve memory, concentration, and decision making, as well as stabilises the mood.

The connection between magnesium deficiency and the pathogenesis of affective disorders and depression has been drawing more and more attention among researchers. It has been demonstrated that reduced magnesium levels in people with fully symptomatic depression increased and went back to normal as the disease regressed. Additionally, magnesium can boost the antidepressant effect of some drugs.

Magnesium and carbohydrate management
Magnesium participates in the process of insulin release and its delivery to target locations. Magnesium deficiency has a negative effect on the process of enzymatic reactions involved in glucose metabolism as well as distorts the activity of insulin receptors, so low levels of the element in the organism can contribute to the development of insulin resistance and be one of the reasons of increased type 2 diabetes incidence; they can also increase the risk of chronic complications of diabetes.

Factors determining magnesium levels in the organism
Magnesium deficiencies are caused above all by eating habits (large amounts of fats and dietary fibre in the diet, consuming too much tea and coffee, excessive alcohol consumption), as well as long-lasting slimming diets, and taking large doses of preparations containing phosphate ions, calcium, iron, copper, or manganese. Deficiency of the element can also occur in women using oral contraceptives and in patients who take, among other substances, antibiotics, cytostatics, tranquilisers, sedatives, or psychotropic drugs. The amount of magnesium in the organism also decreases with age, especially after 60 years of age.

Increased demand for magnesium is caused mainly by: an intensive lifestyle, stress, physical and intellectual strain, as well as during pregnancy, lactation, and fast growth.

Symptoms that suggest magnesium deficiency
The symptoms that can mean a great probability of magnesium deficiency are not specific and can be connected with many systems. Too low magnesium levels in the organism have a negative effect on the functioning of the central nervous system and contribute to the deterioration of the health of the nervous system (depression, twitching, hyperactivity, weakness, worse memory and concentration). At the same time, it contributes to disorders of the neuromuscular system (muscle cramps, numb limbs, worse exercise capacity) and the cardiovascular system (hypertension, distorted heart function). Magnesium deficiency can also be accompanied by such symptoms as: gastrointestinal tract peristalsis disorders, reduced insulin sensitivity, asthma-like breathlessness.

To sum up, Seeking Health Magnesium Malate is a dietary supplement that helps to normalise magnesium levels in the organism. The preparation is recommended above all in times of mental and physical fatigue, or frequent or long-lasting exposure to stress.

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Container size: 250 gServing size: 1 scoop (2,5 g)Servings per container: 100
per portion (2,5 g)amount%DV
Magnesium (as dimagnesium malate)500 mg119%

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Magnesium (element from the group of alkaline earth metals, atomic no. 12, a chemical symbol - Mg), one of the most important health microelements, participates in the synthesis process of the disintegration of high energy compounds and processes of transformation of hydrocarbons and fats. It affects the dilation of blood vessels and lower blood pressure, prevents hypercoagulable state. Shortages affect cardiac arrhythmias, malignant muscle cramps, insomnia and anxiety. It is a component of many dietary supplements and found in foods such as whole grain bread, legumes, buckwheat, rice, fish, meat, as well as chocolate, cocoa and nuts.
Dosage of 100 - 500 mg / day

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