Magnesium Glycinate

The most bioavailable and effective form of magnesium on the market to help with sleep, migraines, bone health and more!

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Highlights

  • Relieve Muscle Aches and Cramps
  • Alleviate Migraines and Headaches
  • Reduce Stress and Anxiety
  • Regulate Blood Pressure
  • Strengthen Bones

Magnesium for Sleep

If you’re having trouble sleeping, magnesium is a go-to supplement that can help you get a good night’s rest. With its role in regulated the neurotransmitter GABA, magnesium is important effective in promoting positive mood and sound rest1. With improved rest comes a snowball-effect of positive health perks,  including a much-needed boost of energy throughout the day!

Magnesium for Migraines

A magnesium deficiency can affect negatively in so many ways. Some of the symptoms are pretty minor, but as they increase in intensity, they can be intolerable--like migraines. Studies show a direct correlation between magnesium deficiencies and migraines, so taking a magnesium supplement can help you alleviate migraine pain2 and reduce migraine frequency. 

Magnesium for Leg Cramps

One of the oldest uses of magnesium is to help prevent leg cramps, or alleviate the symptoms of leg cramps when they arise. Pregnant women might see even more benefits from cramp prevention with the regular use of magnesium, as some studies suggest (pregnant women should always check with their doctor before taking supplements).3

Magnesium for Blood Pressure

Magnesium’s science-backed benefits build on each other in the body and culminate in a very useful, complete supplement. Another example of this is evident in magnesium’s ability to help control blood pressure. Getting the right amount of magnesium daily helps to improve blood flow4, which in turn helps regulate blood pressure.5

Magnesium for Depression and Anxiety

As mentioned in the “sleep” section, magnesium is linked to the GABA neurotransmitter, which has an impact on mood as well. One of the scientifically observed side effects of a magnesium deficiency is increased incident of anxiety and depression, especially in young adults.6 Taking a magnesium supplement daily helps prevent this.

Magnesium for Bone Health

As we get older, our bones become more susceptible to fractures. While everyone can benefit from stronger bones, if you’re at high risk for bone fractures, a physician may recommend magnesium as a supplement, in addition to other dietary changes. A magnesium supplement, when taken regularly, can reduce the risk of a bone fracture by up to 62%.7

TRAACS Magnesium Bisglycinate Chelate: The most bioavailable (absorbed by the body) form of magnesium on the market. 133 mg. of elemental magnesium per serving, and none of the laxative properties that many supplements have.

As a dietary supplement, take 2 capsules once daily for maximum benefits.