Magnesium is vital to hundreds of enzyme reactions and has more health benefits attributed to it than any other mineral including calcium. Magnesium, along with calcium, is a shock-absorber, helping to prevent the body from experiencing excessive stress. Helps maintain proper muscle function and good health. Helps in the development and maintenance of bones and teeth. Helps metabolize carbohydrates, proteins and fat. What make Magnesium with Malic Acid different from other forms of Magnesium is studies show it helps with Migraines and Fibromyalgia.
Do you suffer from High Blood Pressure, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue? Magnesium may be the most important mineral needed by the human body and is a co-factor activating over 350 different biochemical reactions. North Americans may be considered well fed, but we are under nourished and this is why it is not surprising to hear that over half North Americans are deficient in Magnesium! It’s mind boggling to think that Magnesium is the simple answer to a lot of our health problems today. For patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and fibromyalgia, magnesium may be the MOST IMPORTANT critical mineral according to the CFS Research Foundation. In one clinical trial all 15 fibromyalgia sufferers reported significant lessening of pain within 24 hours of taking a combination of and magnesium and malic. Studies also show this combination is especially helpful for those with HBP, stress and migraines.
Fibromyalgia can be a very frustrating illness, in particular the muscle pain and fatigue that often occurs with it. Magnesium malate is made by combining a natural magnesium complex with malic acid. Magnesium is depleted by the use of certain medications (antibiotics, diuretics, oral contraceptives) and the consumption of alcohol, processed meats and soda drinks.
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