Magnesium supplement

Magnesium supplement is available in a variety of forms, with varying amounts of magnesium. These include magnesium carbonate, magnesium amino acid chelates, magnesium citrate and dolomite.
Magnesium supplement Organic forms of magnesium, such as citrate, aspartate and fumarate, are better absorbed than inorganic forms such as magnesium oxide and magnesium hydroxide, which is why the last two are often used as laxatives.

Enteric-coated magnesium supplements may not be as well-absorbed as magnesium in other types of supplements.

 

 

Magnesium supplementMagnesium supplement should not be taken with meals as they neutralize stomach acid. The suggested ratio of intake of calcium to magnesium is about two-to-one although one-to-one may be better. Magnesium supplement may be best taken at night.

Alcoholics, people under stress or who exercise heavily, diabetics, anyone taking diuretic drugs (which deplete magnesium), and women who suffer from PMS or who take the contraceptive pill may benefit from supplements.

 

 
 
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