Magnesium Malate Supplement
Dimagnesium malate, a patented form of magnesium, consists of one molecule of malic acid attached to two molecules of magnesium, and represents an excellent source of magnesium and malic acid, with superior bioavailability. In addition, as malate does not react with gastric acids, it does not upset the digestive system as is sometimes the case with other forms of magnesium. This improved form of magnesium is available to buy in supplement form at Supersmart.
What are the benefits associated with Magnesium malate?
Magnesium is found at significant levels throughout the body and is involved in a number of reactions including muscle relaxation, blood coagulation and manufacture of ATP, the body's principal energy molecule.
ATP is produced during the Krebs cycle, the most important biochemical cycle of energy production in cell mitochondria. Malic acid, which is naturally present in many fruits and vegetables, belongs to the family of alpha-hydroxy-acids. It is also produced in the body in the course of the Krebs cycle and it too is involved in energy production.
How does the Magnesium malate work?
In the brain, aluminum destroys the structure of neurons, causing them to starve by stripping magnesium from tubulin, a glycoprotein responsible for producing essential microtubules that provide neurons with necessary rigidity. Malic acid crosses the blood-brain barrier easily and binds to aluminum in the brain, preventing an unwelcome build-up of the metal. You can buy dimagnesium malate and enjoy its benefits as an excellent chelator, for its efficiency at replacing aluminum with magnesium. It eliminates aluminum from the body, at the same time making magnesium available to neurons.
Chronic, inadequate intake of magnesium is associated with increased levels of toxic aluminum deposits, which destroy microtubules. The accumulation of aluminum in nervous tissue is believed to cause serious problems and certainly plays a not insignificant role in the development of diseases such as Alzheimer's or Parkinson's. Slight deficiencies both in magnesium and malic acid are found with fibromyalgia, a common disease which affects mainly women in their fifties. Several studies have shown that magnesium malate relieves symptoms of the disease, with improvements in myalgia evident after just 48 hours of starting treatment. One study also showed that 1200 mg of malic acid combined with 300 mg of magnesium, taken twice a day for between 2 and 6 months, showed considerable benefits, including significantly improved energy levels and muscle function, and reduced pain scores in patients with fibromyalgia.
|Daily serving: 3 capsules
Number of servings per bottle: 40
|Magnesium (from 2,400 mg of dimagnesium malate)
|Malic acid (from 2,400 mg of dimagnesium malate)
||1 656 mg
|Other ingredients: Acacia gum.
Each tablet contains 800 mg dimagnesium malate.
Directions for use
Take between one and three tablets a day with meals.
Value for money
Jamais eu de problème avec ce produit
Moins bien que l'optimag...
J'ai eu beaucoup de mal à choisir une forme de magnésium, celui-ci semble bien dosé et je n'ai plus de crampes.
Es un buen producto con una buena calidad y proceio.
Produto muito bom. Recomendo
je considère ce produit comme indispensable à un bon équilibre
Forme de magnésium bien assimilée, indispensable pour compenser les apports trop faibles dans notre alimentation
PARISROME - Christine Blot
Très bon produit. Les gélules sont un peu trop grosses.
Formule de magnésium bien assimilée
Excellent produit que nous utilisons régulièrement, pour différentes raisons.
Le magnésium est paraît-il, mieux sous forme de malate. Dommage cependant qu'il n'existe pas en poudre, plus facile à prendre que 3 cachets conséquents.
depuis que je prends magnésium malate je n'ai plus de crampe la nuit
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