MORE EFFECTIVE THAN OTHER MAGNESIUM SUPPLEMENTS
Substantially More Effective than inferior forms of magnesium, such as oxide and citrate, Pure Prescriptions Magnesium Bisglycinate is 100% chelated and fully reacted for maximum absorption and bioavailability. It is also NOT buffered which means that our magnesium is NOT mixed with cheaper forms of the mineral.
Chelation helps protect the magnesium until it reaches the lower intestine where minerals are optimally absorbed*. The Bisglycinate form of Magnesium used by Pure Prescriptions is better than other forms of magnesium (e.g.- oxides, citrates and malates).
EASY ON THE STOMACH WITH NO LAXATIVE EFFECT
Our formula comes in vegetarian capsules and is well-tolerated without the laxative effect often associated with cheaper ineffective magnesium sources. This product is vegan & vegetarian.
POTENT, RESEARCHED MAGNESIUM WITH COUNTLESS BENEFITS
Studies have shown that Magnesium is a vital component in overall well-being and can help promote restful sleep, relieve muscle aches and muscle cramps (leg cramps), promote cardiovascular health, help alleviate migraines and headaches, help with the absorption of other minerals such as calcium and potassium, help improve digestion, increase energy levels and help relieve stress and anxiety*
MADE IN USA, DOCTOR FORMULATED ALL NATURAL MAGNESIUM
Pure Prescriptions Magnesium Supplement is formulated by doctors and manufactured in the USA in a FDA-approved facility following strict GMP guidelines. This product is FREE of GMO, fillers, binders and most common allergens like gluten, soy, milk, egg, shellfish, corn, wheat, and peanuts.
What people are saying
Very Effective Magnesium Supplement
Works well for mellowing me out and to prevent muscle cramps after working out. This magnesium brand doesn’t cause loose stools either like other brands will. easy on the stomach as claimed- thank you and will be buying all my magnesium and other supplements from Pure Prescriptions- great group of people!
Best Magnesium Ever!
I didn’t know until recently how important magnesium really is for a daily supplement. It is important for regulating heartbeat, which hits close to home since both my wife and I have family histories of heart trouble. I feel like we are taking an extremely important mineral for this reason. Thank you for offering such a high quality product for our protection.
The Miracle Mineral
This is the same magnesium that I use on a daily basis to help with calming and sleep, but also to help reduce muscle cramps after a workout. In my opinion this is the best magnesium around and the preferred form recommended by most health care professionals for its high absorbency rate and also it is the least likely to cause any tummy upset or loose bowels.
did you know?
Magnesium…We call it the “Miracle Mineral” because it is involved in practically every body reaction there is? Unfortunately, it’s also one of the most common nutrient deficiencies today; It is estimated up to 80% of adults are deficient in magnesium because stress, alcohol, processed foods, antibiotics and other common medications quickly deplete this critical, do it all mineral.
Uses For Magnesium Include:
- Involved in thousands of enzymatic functions throughout the body
- Supports proper absorption of Calcium, Phosphorus, Zinc and Vitamin D
- Helps with sleep, muscle/tendon, sports performance, and lessen PMS symptoms
- Magnesium is a primary support mineral for vascular & heart health
Watch Dr. Chad Larson Discuss Magnesium
5 Top Health Benefits of Magnesium Glycinate
Magnesium’s ability to regulate the flow of sodium and potassium in and out of cells is closely related to another of its essential functions, acting as a co-factor for over 300 enzymes in the human body.
The flow of magnesium from one compartment of the cell to another causes just enough change in the distribution of electrical charge that enzymes are activated or deactivated. The flow of magnesium onward to the next compartment stops the reaction magnesium catalyzes or starts the reaction that magnesium stops.
The presence of magnesium makes it possible for the body to make many compounds that otherwise would require a much more acidic environment than is healthy for the cell. Magnesium can “hand off” water to a chemical reaction or it can help amino acids form chains of proteins. Every enzyme involved in the storage of energy as ATP (adenosine triphosphate) requires magnesium, and magnesium is critical for stabilizing DNA and RNA.
Vitamins and minerals maintain a delicate balance inside your body and must co-operate to have their best effect. Because of this, it’s important to know what nutrients are helpful to each other.
Magnesium is critical for many enzyme processes throughout the body including being involved directly with the proper absorption vitamins B1 and B6, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin D and zinc. Our bodies aren’t able to properly synthesize protein or produce certain hormones without this very important mineral, including a direct effect on premenstrual problems when deficient. In fact, Magnesium plays an important role in over 80% of the bodies metabolic functions!
Healthy magnesium levels protect metabolic health, stabilize mood, keep stress in check, promote better sleep, and contribute to heart and bone health.
Magnesium enables the muscles to recover faster from stress and fatigue and it allows your muscles to relax and regenerate. Magnesium binds to a special neurotransmitter called GABA which encourages relaxation as well as sleep. A dietary deficiency of magnesium may cause a lack of quality sleep, trouble falling asleep, or both. Magnesium can also reduce the stress response to exertion and increase red blood cells and hemoglobin in athletes. This is important for individuals who are sleep deprived, supplemental magnesium improves exercise tolerance.
Magnesium improves premenstrual mood swings by regulating mood-moderating brain chemicals and reducing inflammation, which has been linked to depression.
It eases menstrual cramps by relaxing uterine muscles spasms, improves blood flow and curbs the production of prostaglandins–a hormone-like chemical that triggers pain and inflammation.
Magnesium is a natural diuretic, helping the body shed excess fluid thereby reducing premenstrual bloat and breast pain. It has also been linked to cut down on menstrual migraines by affecting key brain structures and chemicals believed to play critical roles in the onset of migraines.
Magnesium naturally competes with calcium, which is essential for generating heart contractions.
When calcium enters your heart muscle cells, it stimulates the muscle fibers to contract. Magnesium counters this effect, helping these cells relax. This movement of calcium and magnesium across your heart cells maintains a healthy heartbeat. It also plays a key role with enzymes involved in generating electrical impulses which are an important component of how your cardiovascular system functions
Magnesium is considered an essential mineral, and one that is poorly lacking in our soil and food resources unfortunately. Although many people get plenty of calcium in their daily diets, magnesium is harder to achieve nutritive quantities through food alone.
Magnesium—The Miracle Mineral
This mineral is critical for many enzyme processes throughout the body including being involved directly with the proper absorption vitamins B1 and B6, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin D and zinc. Our bodies aren’t able to properly synthesize protein or produce certain hormones without this very important mineral, including a direct effect on premenstrual problems when deficient. In fact, Magnesium plays an important role in over 80% of the bodies metabolic functions!
A lack of magnesium has been strongly associated with heart disease and muscle cramps throughout the body. Magnesium because it assists with proper muscle contraction and relaxation is considered to be extremely important in proper cardiovascular functioning and combating heart disease.
Pure Prescriptions Magnesium Glycinate is a mineral supplement that helps support a proper magnesium level in the blood. Additionally, this supplement can help in maintaining the normal functioning of cells, nerves, muscles, kidneys, bones and the heart, as well as normal ranges of blood pressure and energy, and in managing menstruation. While a proper diet will also aid in achieving these goals, regular usage of magnesium glycinate can provide the necessary dosage of magnesium to sustain the appropriate balance that the human body needs of this essential mineral.
only The good stuff—Why Our Magnesium Is Better
We chose to offer Magnesium bisglycinate by Albion Minerals, the leader in chelated minerals. Magnesium bisglycinate bonds the amino acid glycine to the magnesium molecule, aiding in proper absorption. This is the preferred form recommended by most health care professionals for its high absorbency rate and also it is the least likely to cause any tummy upset or loose bowels.
Pure Prescription’s Magnesium Bisgylcinate is essential for the health of the heart and blood vessels, brain, bones, skeletal muscles, lungs, and pancreas.* As you already know from reading, magnesium is a cofactor for more than 600 enzymes, magnesium supports numerous mechanisms of action; for example, it relieves bronchial spasms, relaxes smooth and skeletal muscle, enhances insulin sensitivity, and is a cofactor in numerous enzymatic reactions necessary for energy production.* Other magnesium mechanisms of action include modulating intracellular electrical activity and improving endothelial-dependent vasodilation, which support heart and lung health.*
But Why Is Our Magnesium Different?
Our Magnesium Bisglycinate is formulated for optimal absorbability. Its molecular structure also reduces the laxative effect typically seen in magnesium supplements.*
Magnesium bisglycinate demonstrates better absorption than other magnesium supplements.* A crossover study found that serum levels of magnesium over eight hours were highest for magnesium bisglycinate, followed by dimagnesium malate and magnesium oxide.*
The glycine in this ingredient enhances its solubility and absorption by decreasing the pH of the intestines.* The glycine that takes up space on the magnesium molecule also decreases the propensity of the magnesium to complex with plant-based phytates that would otherwise interfere with its absorption.*