Magnesium powder

The details

Found inNuts, seeds, legumes and dark green leafy vegetables.

Dosage (The Daily): 19 mg elemental Magnesium (as Sucrosomial® Magnesium)

Dosage (PMS & Period Support Capsule): 30 mg elemental Magnesium (as Sucrosomial® Magnesium)

Supplier: Alesco S.r.l. (Italy)

Unique Features: Our magnesium is thoughtfully designed for improved absorption by encapsulating magnesium oxide in a liposome-like lipid structure, increasing its effectiveness. Sucrosomial® is a trademark of Alesco S.r.l.

Understanding the Benefits

A significant portion of our diets often lacks sufficient magnesium, a vital electrolyte crucial for proper muscle and nerve function, as well as for catalyzing over 300 cellular reactions. The importance of magnesium cannot be overstated; insufficient dietary intake places stress on our bodies and is linked to increased chronic inflammation.

Supplementing with magnesium helps promote relaxation and has also demonstrated effectiveness in alleviating bloating and menstrual cramps when magnesium levels are low. Additionally, magnesium plays a pivotal role in regulating our body's response to food and maintaining healthy blood sugar levels. This especially helps with reducing any food cravings around your menstrual cycle! Those with low magnesium levels are at a higher risk of insulin resistance, and magnesium supplementation has been proven beneficial for supporting healthy blood sugar management.

The Research

There are 8,000+ plus published papers looking into magnesium. Take a dive into the research to see what the science says. Below are three papers to get you started.

** Suboptimal magnesium status in the United States: are the health consequences underestimated? Nutrition Reviews 70, 153–164 (2012).

** Dietary Magnesium and C-reactive Protein Levels. Journal of the American College of Nutrition 24, 166–171 (2005).

** Magnesium bioavailability after administration of sucrosomial® magnesium: results of an ex-vivo study and a comparative, double-blinded, cross-over study in healthy subjects. European Rev for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences 22, 1843–1851 (2018).