Magnesium is an essential mineral that can be found in almost all of the cells in the human body. Magnesium is the usual component of bones and teeth; 60% can be found in bones, and the remainder in different body fluids and tissue. The causes that lead to a magnesium deficiency are diverse: insufficient intake, severe vomiting, the use of diuretics, chronic diarrhea and especially when the individual is in a state of physical and mental stress.
Serving: 2 capsules. Energy value: 6 Kcal = 25 Kj (0%DV*); Total fat: 0.7 g (1%DV); Saturated fat: 0.1 g; Monounsaturated fat: 0.2 g; Polyunsaturated fat: 0.4 g. This product does not provide significant amounts of carbohydrates, proteins, trans fat, dietary fiber, or sodium.
*% Daily Values based on a 2000 Kcal diet or 8400 Kj. Daily values may be higher or lower depending on individual energy needs.
Adults, pregnant and lactating women: Take 1 capsule before breakfast and 1 capsule before lunch. Children between 7 and 9 years of age: Take 1 capsule before lunch.
Magnesium can be used in periods of pregnancy, lactation and in children over 7 years of age.
Not to be taken by people with hypersensitivity to the components of the formula.
It is an essential mineral found in almost all the cells of the organism. Magnesium is part of numerous enzymatic systems, particularly in metabolic processes with production and transfer of energy. Studies show it is beneficial for cramps and tics.
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