Magnesium is an essential mineral that is found in almost all body cells. It plays a key role in many metabolic reactions in our body. Magnesium supplementation is popular amongst athletes, because it contributes to the fitness and it is good for the muscles. Magnesium contributes to a normal muscle function, just like calcium. The mineral supports a normal muscle function and is important, because it keeps the muscles supple. Magnesium also plays a role in the stimulus transfer between cells, the production of protein in the body, and to release the energy in food. Additionally, magnesium helps against fatigue and tiredness.
Intensive exercise leads to a greater need for magnesium. At the same time you lose more magnesium during the training through sweat. Especially endurance athletes can benefit from additional magnesium.
Magnesium Gold is a dietary supplement for intensive training. Magnesium contributes to keeping the muscles supple during and after a training session. Magnesium Gold contains magnesium bisglycinate complex and provides a daily dose of 375 mg elemental magnesium. Bisglycinate is a form which is easily absorbed. The added Bioperine enhances the absorption of nutrients. Vitamin B6 is added to Magnesium Gold to optimize the formula. This vitamin supports the immune system and energy levels. Athletes that feel fit can get more out of a training program!
Magnesium Gold is endowed with the NZVT logo. NZVT is an abbreviation of the ‘Nederlands Zekerheidssysteem Voedingssupplementen Topsport’ (Anti-Doping Authority for the Netherlands.) This certification guarantees the athlete that the dietary supplement is free of doping.
Three (3) capsules a day. To be consumed with a large quantity of water, preferably to be taken with a warm meal.
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