What’s in those supplements?

All too often nutritional supplements contain cheap fillers and/or hazardous substances. Products are not always true to their label and don’t always contain the ingredients they say they do. And when they do, they don’t necessarily have correct dosage. That’s why I only trust professional lines!


Differences Between Magnesium Chelates and Magnesium Citrate


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Magnesium is essential for heart, muscle and nerve function, for a healthy immune system, to balance blood sugar and for strong bones. If you are considering magnesium supplementation, be sure to discuss it with your doctor first. Magnesium supplementation may be contraindicated with certain conditions such as kidney disease or heart disease or when taking certain medications. Supplements come in many forms, including magnesium chelate and magnesium citrate… Differences Between Magnesium Chelate and Magnesium Citrate