Check out the unique benefits of magnesium glycinate and why it’s superior to other forms of magnesium.
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0:00 Introduction: Magnesium explained 0:20 What is magnesium glycinate? 0:34 The best form of magnesium 0:55 Magnesium glycinate benefits 2:10 Magnesium glycinate supplements 2:23 Magnesium glycinate vs. magnesium bisglycinate 2:40 Magnesium citrate 3:05 How to take magnesium glycinate 4:15 Glycine benefits 5:00 Magnesium l-threonate 5:20 Magnesium glycinate side effects 6:27 The best sources of magnesium 7:25 Magnesium RDAs 8:25 Learn more about magnesium!
Let’s talk about the unique benefits of magnesium glycinate. Magnesium is involved in over 300 different enzymes and comes in a lot of different forms.
Magnesium glycinate is a combination of magnesium and the amino acid glycine. This combination increases absorption in the intestine. Magnesium oxide, sulfate, carbonate, and hydroxide are all poorly absorbed.
Magnesium glycinate is also very gentle on your stomach and is less likely to cause diarrhea, like other forms of magnesium can.
Top benefits of magnesium glycinate: • It promotes overall relaxation and muscle relaxation • It supports sleep and may help with insomnia • It improves energy during the day • It supports healthy blood pressure • It regulates calcium • It reduces the risk of kidney stones • It increases insulin sensitivity and promotes healthy blood sugar • It may help with migraines • It may help with depression and anxiety • It may help reduce stress
To increase the absorption even more, find a magnesium glycinate supplement that also contains vitamin D3 and vitamin B6.
You can take magnesium glycinate with or without food. The best time to take this form of magnesium is right before bed. However, taking it at other times of the day won’t make you feel tired, just relaxed. Consider taking between 100 mg to 400 mg daily, depending on the severity of the issue.
Taking high amounts of magnesium glycinate over time may lead to slightly lower blood pressure or contribute to diarrhea. Also, keep in mind that magnesium glycinate may interfere with certain medications.
To get more magnesium in your diet, start consuming more leafy green vegetables.
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