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Why Getting ALL 7 Forms of Magnesium Transforms Your Stress & Performance
One of the biggest misconceptions about magnesium is that you just “need more” of it and you’ll be healthy and optimized.
But the TRUTH is, there are many different types of magnesium — and each plays a critical role in different functions in your body.
Most “healthy” people only get 1-2 forms at best (much of the population is deficient in all forms) — but when you get all 7 major forms of magnesium, that’s when the magic happens.
This form of magnesium is especially important for muscle building, recovery, and health.
Helps with the effects of obesity. In fact, one study found that this form helped arterial stiffness in healthy overweight individuals.
Often used to treat symptoms of excess stomach acid, such as stomach upset, heartburn, and acid indigestion.
Some believe this to be the most bioavailable form of magnesium. It’s found naturally in fruits, giving them a “tart taste.”
Magnesium Malate can help with migraines, chronic pain, and depression.
This form of magnesium helps you to effectively produce energy. It also supports the immune system and is critical for bone health and skeletal development.
This is the form of magnesium best for your heart.
One study noted: “The complex magnesium taurate may thus have considerable potential as a vascular-protective nutritional supplement.”
While also helpful for the heart, magnesium orotate is believed to be the best form for metabolic improvements.
This makes it a favorite for athletes seeking enhanced recovery, energy and performance.
Getting ALL of these forms of magnesium, in the optimum dose, upgrades virtually every function in your body.
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