Stressed, tired, irritable, overworked, muscle cramps… you probably have a magnesium deficiency! A high-quality magnesium supplement will help.
Magnesium is an essential mineral for health. It is a co-enzyme and involved in more than 300 enzymatic reactions in every cell of the body, in particular: lipid metabolism, protein synthesis, degradation of glucose to release energy, the transmission of information from the brain to the muscles, and the regulation of the heart rate.
The symptoms of a lack of magnesium are numerous: fatigue, anxiety, muscle cramps, difficulty falling asleep, insomnia, twitching of the eyelids, tingling at the extremities… This mineral is also essential for the regulation of bone calcium. Magnesium requirements are increased for adolescents, pregnant women, athletes or postmenopausal women.
The daily magnesium requirement for an adult is 350 mg, however, today’s modern diet makes it difficult to achieve this goal. It is often essential to supplement with bioavailable magnesium. This is why She+ Magnesium has been formulated with a variety of magnesium that is easily assimilated and supplied in a single 150 mg tablet form. This formula is composed of magnesium bisglycenate, one of the most bio-available magnesium on the market, associated with patented magnesium from lithothamnium algae and magnesium carbonate. This formula has been enhanced with methylated vitamin B6 for better absorption.
Due to its intervention in many functions of the body and its role in the process of cell division, magnesium helps reduce fatigue and guarantee normal energy metabolism.
Through nerve transmission regulation, it enables normal functioning of the nervous system, normal psychological functions and muscle function.
An ally against osteoporosis, magnesium contributes to the maintenance of normal bones and teeth.
|Nutrients||Per tablet||% Reference Intake|
|Vitamin B6||2 mg||142%|
Directions For Use
From 16 years old: take 1 to 2 tablets a day with a meal.
Precautions for use:
- Seek medical advice before using if you are pregnant, breast-feeding, suffering from food allergies or under medical supervision.
- This food supplement does not replace a balanced and varied diet or a healthy lifestyle.
- Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Best before end: see bottom of the packaging.
- Store in a cool, dry place and keep away from heat, max 25°C.
Magnesium is essential for the use and storage of glucose in the form of glycogen, for energy metabolism and especially for muscle contraction. A magnesium deficiency is detrimental to an athlete’s exercise capacity. With the sweating that accompanies physical effort, magnesium losses are increased, especially in people who regularly practice sports activities indoors. In synergy with She+ Magnesium, She+ Sport is your ally in your performance and well-being! She+ Sport offers you 35 highly bioavailable synergistic compounds such as amino acids, vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients and antioxidant nutritional substances to support you throughout your sports performance.
Magnesium salts: the secret to good magnesium absorption
The body’s ability to absorb magnesium (its bioavailability) depends on the type of magnesium salt used. Therefore, it is important to not only look at the amount of magnesium provided in a food supplement, but also at the list of ingredients that transport the magnesium. Inorganic salts such as magnesium oxide are not absorbed by the body and in large quantities will even cause side effects such as diarrhoea and digestive discomfort. This is why She+ Magnesium is composed of organic salts (glycerophostate, carbonate) and contains a patented natural ingredient to provide you the best magnesium bioavailability.
Nutritional advice for women with magnesium deficiency
Since magnesium is not produced by the human body, it is necessary to consume it through diet. A balanced diet should provide the necessary quantities of magnesium required. However, this is often not the case these days due to several factors: Eating habits have changed with a preference for refined rather than wholemeal products and a decrease in the consumption of green vegetables rich in magnesium.
Foods richest in magnesium include, for example, chocolate, legumes (lentils, beans, peas), seafood, sardines in oil and wholegrain cereals. Oleaginous fruits, such as almonds, brazil nuts and walnuts, as well as green vegetables should be preferred. Not forgetting certain natural mineral waters that are richer in magnesium.
Some foods do not support good magnesium absorption, such as coffee and alcohol. On the other hand, saturated fatty acids and calcium promote the elimination of magnesium in the urine.