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Chelated magnesium bisglycinate

The role of magnesium in the body

This trace element is very active in the body and is indispensable in the family pharmacy.

A magnesium deficiency has many negative and often serious consequences on the metabolism because :

- it is primarily involved in the transmission of nerve impulses and without it, the body cannot create energy in the form of adenosine triphosphate,

- It helps to combat stress by modulating the body's reactivity, for example by acting on serotonin,

- it contributes to good cognitive functioning, in particular the maintenance of a good memory,

- it participates in the formation of bones and teeth, and helps to fix calcium on the bones.

Chelated magnesium bisglycinate

In its chelated form, magnesium bisglycinate is much better absorbed by the body. It becomes bioavailable due to its low molecular weight, which makes it a highly absorbable carrier, and it has a very good digestive tolerance. In addition, the glycine in bisglycinate combined with magnesium has calming and relaxing properties.

One of the important factors that determine the bioavailability of magnesium in supplement form is its solubility. Organic salts are much more soluble than inorganic salts.

Plants solve the problem of mineral reactivity by creating mineral complexes, which is called chelation. When humans eat plants and animals, and use their various components for nutrition, most of the ingested minerals are in the form of natural chelates. This is the main reason why natural plant minerals in organic form are much more bioavailable than inorganic mineral salts.

Chelation is therefore a safe and natural way to transport mineral ions, such as magnesium, into living organisms. In fact, amino acid chelates mimic the natural transport of minerals from plant or animal sources, and are closer to the "natural form" of minerals than inorganic mineral salts.


Chelated magnesium bisglycinate (10% elemental magnesium): 200 mg

Fructo-oligo-saccharides: 100 mg

Taurine: 100 mg.

Taurine is a cofactor that facilitates the entry of magnesium into the cells and maintains its intracellular level at a high level by preventing it from leaving the cells. It also has an anti-stress effect.

This magnesium bisglycinate is very pure and 100% chelated (i.e. fully bound to glycine).

It does not contain any excipients.

It is composed of magnesium and glycine, an amino acid. It is a fat-soluble form that is very well absorbed by the intestinal wall. It is therefore highly bioavailable and passes easily into the bloodstream.

It does not cause any transit problems.


3 capsules per day with or without meals.


Do not give to children under 6 years old.
For pregnant women: ask your therapist for advice.
Do not use if you are allergic to any of the ingredients.

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