Magnesium Malate – Dietary Supplement is an essential mineral that is required by every cell in the human body and is important for helping to maintain normal cardiovascular, muscle, nerve, bone and cellular function. According to many health care practitioners, malic acid is utilized by the cells for energy production in the mitochondria and magnesium is simultaneously drawn through the cell membrane into the mitochondria, where it is most needed. Most alternative and integrative practitioners find a wide variation in the efficacy of different forms of magnesium. Magnesium oxide, one of the most commonly found forms in nutritional supplements, has the lowest absorption and utilization rate. Magnesium Malate by NutraMedix (in the form of Dimagnesium malate powder with 20% elemental magnesium in each capsule) is likely to be the most effective form of magnesium, as it is probably the type best absorbed and utilized by the body.
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"This is a great kind of magnesium, doesn't cause loose stool or any negative side effects. The Malic acid attached to the magnesium is great, as it helps your body make energy."-A.H.
“I suffer from fibromyalgia and I am very sensitive to medication. This is the only magnesium I have been able to tolerate in over 10 years! It helps with pain relief and fatigue. I highly recommend this product” – P.B
“I take this every night for Fibromyalgia. I seem to rest better after taking magnesium malate. Wouldn't be without it. It is a good quality.” – Y.M
"The Magnesium Malate is particularly known for being the most effective in treatment of Fibromyalgia pain. In fact, I would now say that I believe that I don't have Fibromyalgia anymore which is not possible to eliminate - so it is just my bodily response to supping with this Magnesium Malate - it is just THAT GOOD."-N.Q.
2 capsules twice daily before meals. Increase dosage, if needed, until reaching bowel tolerance (stool is looser than you would like) then slightly decrease the dosage. Patients who have kidney insufficiency or kidney failure should monitor their serum magnesium when taking magnesium of any type.
Effective treatment of brain neurological disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, or tumors should be possible with drug delivery through blood–brain barrier (BBB) or blood–brain tumor barrier (BTB) and targeting specific types of brain cells with drug release into the cell cytoplasm.Download PDFRead more
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Minimal inhibitory (MIC) and minimal bactericidal (MBC) concentrations of malic acid against Listeria monocytogenes, Salmonella Enteritidis and Escherichia coli O157:H7 inoculated in apple, pear and melon juices stored at 5, 20 and 35 C were evaluated.Download PDFRead more