Give Your Health & Well-Being a Boost with Magnesium

Magnesium is one of the most essential minerals in the human body. Science doesn’t understand everything this element does biomechanically, but they do know that the majority of Americans are deficient in it. This is a perfect example of how science is still catching up with Mother Nature when it comes to trace minerals and their exact purpose within the body. What we do know is that magnesium is an activator in many of the enzyme systems in our bodies. Case in point, if you don’t have the right combination of magnesium, calcium, zinc, iron, copper, and the necessary vitamins, in all their proper ratios, your body can’t produce the serotonin it requires.

Serotonin is a vital neurochemical that transmits messages from one area of the brain to another. According to studies, a lack of serotonin within the body can lead to severe depression and many other concerning health-related problems. Magnesium is an important cofactor for enzymatic reactions and plays an important part in neurochemical transmissions and serotonin production. In addition, magnesium is essential in muscle contraction and relaxation as well as healthy sleep.

Magnesium is the eighth most abundant element on the earth and the fifth most abundant in the sea. Throughout the earth’s lifetime, dolomite (a type of limestone that is created from a combination of calcium and magnesium) has been acquiring deposits of magnesium overtime and now the ratio of calcium to magnesium is roughly the ratio that our bodies need. Why is this important? Because scientists have discovered that in areas where magnesium was delivered through dolomite-filtered water, there seemed to be a lower incidence of heart disease.

Now let’s talk about ions and absorption. An ion is the most basic form of a mineral and consists of a group of atoms with both a negative and positive charge. This is important for absorption because an element in its ionic form can easily pass through the cell membranes in the intestines into the bloodstream. And because they conduct electrical impulses within the body, they keep organs like the brain and heart functioning correctly. Remember what was said earlier about the dolomite-filtered water and heart disease? Magnesium’s role doesn’t end there. As a member of the trace mineral family, it also works synergistically with other trace minerals to create a proper pH balance. When trace minerals are in an ionic state, they can be readily absorbed by the body. We lose trace minerals through perspiration, respiration, urination, and defecation—all at various levels. So given how important magnesium is to our overall health, what are you doing to ensure you are getting enough?

One of the easiest ways to maintain healthy serotonin levels in the brain is through magnesium supplementation and one of the easiest supplements to take is Mag Pak. Trace Minerals Research® developed Mag Pak to support consumers that have busy, on-the-go lifestyles. Simply throw Mag Pak in your purse, pocket, backpack, gym bag, or lunch box—then just add it to water at your convenience! It’s that simple. Mag Pak tastes great, it’s naturally-flavored, and contains a special blend of magnesium malate, magnesium carbonate, and citric acid.

Once you add water, it is converted to magnesium citrate—one of the most absorbable forms of magnesium. Trace Minerals Research® has also added a complex of over 72 naturally-occurring electrolytes, which creates a magnesium supplement that is unmatched in the industry. During the winter season, you can support the health of your mind and body with Trace Minerals Research® Mag Pak!

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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