Magnesium Glycinate Chelate
Chelated Magnesium Bisglycinate - 120 Vegan Capsules
Magnesium Glycinate is a chelated form of Magnesium that may offer benefits such as improved absorption compared to other forms. While some individuals may experience bloating or diarrhea with certain forms of magnesium supplements, this is not necessarily the case for everyone.
Studies have shown that magnesium glycinate may have higher bioavailability compared to magnesium oxide, which could result in more efficient absorption by the body. So, you need far less to obtain the same benefits. Moreover, it boosts your magnesium levels without feeling loaded with supplements.
With its well-known non-laxative effect, Magnesium Glycinate Chelate is kind to your tum, which is another reason why your body can absorb more of this precious mineral. Each capsule contains 55 mg of elemental Magnesium, so one or two before you go to bed at night should be enough for most people.
What is Magnesium Glycinate?
Magnesium glycinate is a magnesium supplement that contains the amino acid glycine. It is a chelated form of magnesium, which means it is easier for the body to absorb. This makes it a good choice for people who are deficient in magnesium. It is also good for people with digestive issues, as other forms of magnesium supplements such as magnesium oxide can be difficult to digest.
Different Forms of Magnesium Supplements
There are different forms of magnesium supplements available on the market. The most common forms are magnesium glycinate, magnesium citrate, magnesium bisglycinate, magnesium oxide, magnesium malate, and magnesium carbonate. Each form has its own advantages and disadvantages.
Magnesium glycinate is the most bioavailable form of magnesium, meaning it is the most easily absorbed by the body. It is also the most expensive form. Magnesium citrate is a cheaper alternative that is also easily absorbed by the body. However, it can cause diarrhoea in some people.
Magnesium oxide is the most common form of magnesium supplement because it is the cheapest. However, it is not as easily absorbed by the body and can cause constipation. Magnesium malate is a good option for people who need a high dose of magnesium but don’t want to take multiple pills per day. It is also easily absorbed by the body. Magnesium carbonate is another cheap option, but it can be hard on the stomach and cause gas and bloating.
What is the Difference Between Magnesium Bisglycinate and Magnesium Glycinate?
This one is easy! Magnesium bisglycinate, magnesium glycinate, and magnesium diglycinate are all names for the same thing.
Magnesium bisglycinate or magnesium glycinate, or magnesium diglycinate is a chelated form of magnesium that is bound to two glycine molecules.
Magnesium Glycinate Benefits
Magnesium Glycinate has been associated with potential benefits such as improved sleep quality. However, individual experiences may vary, and speaking with a healthcare professional before starting any supplement regimen is important.
Magnesium has a positive effect on leg cramps, bowel motions, mood, blood pressure, migraines and the maintenance of strong bones and teeth. The element plays a role in more than 300 bodily functions. Be warned, however, that stress, a suboptimal diet and too much coffee or tea can have a devastating effect on our magnesium levels. It is our job to maintain healthy levels if we’re to stand a fighting chance in this fast-paced world.
Our product is VEGAN certified and contains no artificial fillers, sugars or starches. It will support your VEGAN, VEGETARIAN, KETO, INTERMITTENT FASTING, LCHF and PALEO DIET.
Our product is made in the UK to pharmaceutical GMP standards using only high-quality non-GMO ingredients, and it comes with clear and detailed labelling. You will not find magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide or other nasties in our pure magnesium glycinate capsules. You can, therefore, rest assured that you are using the best possible magnesium product, paying a fair price and supporting UK manufacturing jobs. And god knows we need more of those.
Important Information – Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, taking prescription medication, or under medical supervision, it is advisable to consult a GP prior to taking any supplements.