Ultra Magnesium

$43.00

Pure Essentials Ultra Mg delivers magnesium in fully soluble, fully ionized alkaline salt forms, ready to buffer the body against the damaging effects of acidity. These four different forms address your individual needs, as individuals absorb magnesium differently. Through the combination of these highly bioavailable forms (magnesium glycinate, magnesium ascorbate, magnesium citrate, and magnesium stearate), the individual receives the form of magnesium right for him or her, plus the synergy of the four increases absorption of all.

 

  • Benefits
  • Nutrients
  • Dosage
  • References

Benefits

• Helps balance bone mineral health

• Protects the heart and helps prevent complications in coronary care unit patients



To further ensure maximum absorption of this vital nutrient, take Pure Essentials Ultra Mg with:

Pure Essentials Ultra Absorb. 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 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.

Nutrients

Dosage

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 with meals, or as directed by your health professional.

References

Bohmer T, et al. Bioavailability of oral magnesium supplementation in female students evaluated from elimination of magnesium in 24-hour urine. Magnes Trace Elem. 1990;9:272-8.

Gyamlani G, et al. Benefits of magnesium in acute myocardial infarction: Timing is crucial. Am Heart J. 2000 Apr;139(4):703.

Lindber JS, et al. Magnesium bioavailability from magnesium citrate and magnesium oxide. J Am Coll Nutr 1990;9:48-55.

Rude RK, et al. Low serum concentration of 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D in human magnesium deficiency. J Clin Endo Metabol. 1985;61:933-940.

Seelig M, Elin R. Is there a place for magnesium in the treatment of acute myocardial infarction? Am Heart J. 1996 Aug;132(2Pt2Su):471-7.

Shecter M, et al. Review of clinical evidence—is there a role for supplemental magnesium in acute myocardial infarction in high-risk populations (patients ineligible for thrombolysis and the elderly?). Coron Artery Dis. 1996 May;7(5):352-8.

Vlad M, et al. Magnesium and calcium concentration in the abdominal aorta of patients deceased by ischemic heart disease. Magnes Res. 2000 Mar;13(1):37-41.

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Ingredient Highlights

Magnesium

Magnesium has hundreds of roles in the body, from energy production to nerve conduction, bone health, cardiovascular health and more. A proper level of magnesium is therefore important not only in maintaining health but also preventing disease. A brief glimpse of its benefits includes:

Bone mineral health. Magnesium helps balance your calcium supply by keeping it from being excreted. It is also required for the formation of active vitamin D3, which further aids in calcium absorption. For preventing and reversing osteoporosis, therefore, an adequate magnesium level may be as or more important than that of calcium.

Heart health. Numerous studies show that magnesium is effective for preventing complications in coronary care unit patients. In one study, researchers compared the magnesium and calcium concentrations in the hearts of individuals who died of heart disease to those who died of other causes. Researchers found significantly lower levels of magnesium in patients who died of heart disease compared to the control group. The study concluded that magnesium deficits in the arterial wall may play a role in the disease.

Another study evaluated the effects of magnesium supplementation on patients in the early stages of heart disease. At the end of the study, researchers concluded that intravenous administration of magnesium in the immediate, post-infarction period protects the heart and decreases the incidence of arrhythmia, pump dysfunction, and death.

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