Magnesium citrate

Magnesium is an important mineral that is involved in processes such as metabolism and nerve function - and thus functions in interaction with hundreds of enzymes.

Magnesium is also found in the bones, where it helps to ensure that calcium is retained in both bones and teeth. Magnesium is also found in our muscles and helps to balance electrolytes, which is important during physical activity or exercise.

Magnesium thus has many functions, which can be listed as follows:

Magnesium contributes to:

  • reduce fatigue and exhaustion
  • electrolyte balance
  • a normal energy metabolism
  • normal functioning of the nervous system
  • a normal muscle function
  • a normal protein synthesis
  • a normal psychological function
  • maintain normal bones
  • maintain normal teeth
  • plays a role in the cell division process

We use magnesium citrate in VitaYummy , as it has good absorption.

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Potassium, magnesium, chloride, sodium calcium are all minerals and salts that act as electrolytes. They are very important for maintaining the body's fluid balance and physiological functions. The primary function of electrolytes is to control and maintain the fluid balance in and around the cells.

One of the Danish health authorities' dietary advice is to drink water. The amount of water is individual and depends on physical activity and ambient temperature. If you have a high level of physical activity, you must remember to drink plenty of water due to the increased sweat production. The increased sweat production will cause a loss of salts and minerals in the body. Therefore, it is also important to focus on the electrolyte balance, preferably before during and after increased physical activity.

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