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KORDELS MAGNESIUM 200MG EFFERVESCENT 30S (Exp Date: 07/2024)

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Kordel's Magnesium 200mg Effervescent

Can improve strength & power in athletes
Reduces muscle fatigue & soreness
Reduces muscle cramp
Assist in muscle tissue recovery

What is Magnesium?
Magnesium is a FUEL for our body. It is needed for aerobic and anaerobic energy production. Magnesium fuels over 600 processes in the body.
Magnesium supports many physiological processes, including active mechanisms like muscle contraction and calming mechanisms like relaxation and sleep.
Magnesium supports a healthy heart, skeletal system and inflammatory response, as well as steady blood pressure, blood sugar and energy levels.
Magnesium is stored in three main organs, which is brain, bone and muscle.
How does Magnesium work in the brain?
Activates Serotonin to induce satisfaction and regulate attention.
Activates GABA to improve mood and sleep.
Reduces Cortisol to reduce stress and excitation.
Magnesium In The Bones
Magnesium is required for the production and release of parathyroid hormone. The parathyroid hormone produced by the thyroid glands helps maintain the right balance of calcium in the bloodstream and in tissues that depend on calcium for proper functioning. This is especially important for nerve and muscle function, as well as bone health. Magnesium converts vitamin D into its active form so that it can help calcium absorption.

Magnesium - the unknown nutrient for muscle and strength
Much of the body’s energy comes from ATP, a molecule that captures chemical energy from food and uses it to fuel other processes in the body.
ATP production depends on magnesium. The synthesis of ATP requires magnesium-dependent enzymes called ‘ATPases’. Magnesium acts as a cofactor in energy metabolism.
Mg is present as the Mg2+ ion, which can bind with ATP to form the Mg-ATP complex to be bioactive.

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