For some individuals with magnesium deficits, magnesium supplements alone may not be enough to eliminate symptoms. Cells need magnesium to drive the pathway that takes up more magnesium, creating a vicious cycle of deficiency. Fortunately, Pure Essentials Ultra Mg taken with Pure Essentials Ultra Absorb boosts magnesium uptake by combining choline citrate with magnesium, and carrying it as a neutral compound effortlessly through cell membranes.
Pure Essentials Ultra Absorb is available in glass bottles of 7.86 ounces. Take 1 teaspoon twice daily on an empty stomach.
Pure Essentials 2. When a single mineral like magnesium is taken at high doses, it can sometimes impair absorption of other minerals. It is wise, then, to supplement your food intake with a complete multi-vitamin/mineral supplement such as Pure Essentials 2.
Pure Essentials Ultra Magnesium.
Pure Essentials Ultra Mg is available in bottles of 60 or 180 capsules As a dietary supplement, take one (1) to six (6) capsules daily on an empty stomach, or as directed by your health professional.
One (1) Pure Essentials Ultra Mg capsule provides:
Magnesium (as ionized glycinate) 85 mg
Magnesium (as ascorbate) 8 mg
Magnesium (as citrate) 10 mg
Magnesium (as C16 and C18 alkyls) † 7 mg
Total elemental magnesium 110 mg
Vegetable capsule 120 mg
† From whole, untreated palm fruit and leaf
Note: Most magnesium formulas show total magnesium complex, which is 20% or less elemental magnesium. Each Pure Essentials Ultra Mg equals 550 mg or more of other products.
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