What is Magnesium Citrate
Magnesium Citrate, is a combination of magnesium carbonate and citric acid. This combination is made in this way because then the magnesium can best be absorbed by the body.
Magnesium is a natural chemical element found in the human body, as well as an alkali metal abundant in the Earth’s biochemistry.
Magnesium has a versatile and important role in the body. It contributes to psychological function, energy, nervous system, bone maintenance, cell division, protein synthesis, electrolyte balance, muscle function and helps to reduce fatigue and keep teeth strong.
Magnesium, contributes to mental resilience
Magnesium, contributes to a clear mind
Magnesium, good for the mood
Magnesium, good for learning performance
Magnesium, good for concentration
Magnesium, good for memory
Magnesium, beneficial for a good mental balance
Magnesium, for mental energy
Magnesium activates your natural energy in the body
Magnesium helps release/release energy from fat, carbohydrates and proteins
Magnesium supports energy levels
Magnesium helps to reduce tiredness and fatigue
Magnesium, for lethargy
Magnesium, contributes to extra energy in case of fatigue / fatigue
Magnesium, can help reduce the lack of energy
Magnesium, gets fit again, contributes to fitness
Magnesium plays a role in the stimulus transfer between (nerve) cells
Magnesium has a positive influence on the functioning of the nervous system
bones – conservation
Magnesium contributes to the maintenance of strong bones
Magnesium has a beneficial effect on the cell division process
Magnesium, contributes to the process of cell renewal
Magnesium, helps build (body) protein
Magnesium helps to maintain the normal balance in the water and mineral balance of the body
mouth and teeth – maintenance of teeth
Magnesium helps keep teeth strong
muscles – functioning
Magnesium, supports normal muscle function
Magnesium, plays a role in maintaining flexible muscles
Magnesium, plays a role in maintaining strong muscles
Legally, Next Valley is not allowed to make statements about the properties and uses of Magnesium Citrate if they have not been approved as a health claim by the European Commission.
For more information, we refer you to external sources.
- The Magnesium monograph of Stichting OrthoKennis.
- The Magnesium monograph of Stichting Ortho Health Foundation.
- The SupplementsWijzer App of Eigenkracht takes a closer look at 3000 ingredients . Eigenkracht is a program of the Doping Authority.
- The analysis of Magnesium on Examine.com contains 63 unique references to scientific articles.
The most common dose is 400 mg Magnesium Citrate per day. It should be taken on an empty stomach with a large glass of water. The 400 mg magnesium is 107% RDA for adults, so it is recommended to take no more than 1 capsule of Magnesium Citrate per day.
Too high a dose of Magnesium can paralyze the central nervous system. We call this magnesium narcosis. This should of course be avoided at all times. However, with the usual dose of 400 mg Magnesium Citrate per day, no side effects are known, apart from the laxative effect. If this (undesirable) occurs, drink enough water to avoid dehydration.