Magnesium is essential to over 400 different enzyme reactions and various other body functions. Magnesium ions (charged magnesium atoms) play a key role in nerve conduction, muscle contraction, bone and tooth formation, protein metabolism and are particularly important to heart and circulatory health. Research has shown many American diets to be deficient in magnesium.
Gluten Free, Vegan
Magnesium, Chloride, Sodium, Potassium, Sulfate, Boron. A high magnesium, low sodium concentrate from Utah's Inland Sea, the Great Salt Lake.
1/4 to 0.8 teaspoon (1 to 4 ml) daily with juice or food to mask the highly concentrated mineral flavor. To top off or fully supplement your diet with magnesium, we recommend starting with 1/4 teaspoon and increasing as needed, ideally spread throughout the day. We also recommend taking Mega-Mag with a large glass of fluid. Excess magnesium may cause a laxative effect.
Store in a cool, dark place out of reach of children
Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet., If you are taking prescribed medication, have any medical condition or are pregnant or breast-feeding please consult your healthcare practitioner before taking food supplements.
|Serving Size: 0.8 tsp. (4 ml)|
|Servings Per Container: 30|
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|† Daily Value (DV) not established.|
Other Ingredients: A high magnesium, low sodium concentrate from Utah’s Inland Sea, the Great Salt Lake.
Does ConcenTrace® need to be refrigerated?
No. Due to the purity, concentration and natural mineral makeup of ConcenTrace®, it is naturally preserved, contains no bacterial growth and doesn’t need to be refrigerated. The minerals do not lose potency over time. It has a 5 year shelf life from the date of manufacture. Therefore, after a few years, minor crystallization may occur but this does not affect the safety, quality or integrity of the product.
What are trace minerals?
You may collect silver coins, wear a platinum ring, or have a gold filling. You’ve likely sipped tea poured from a coppe rkettle, eaten a cookie from a fancy tin container, or traveled on an airplane made of titanium. But did you know that platinum, gold, copper and titanium(along with many others) are critical to your health? Although only minute amounts of these “trace minerals” are needed, the body cannot function properly without them. Yet they are no longer as common in the foods you eat. Luckily, we can find them in their proper proportions in mineral-rich seas.
Where have all the minerals gone?
Traditionally, eating fresh grains, fruits, and vegetables grown in nutrient-rich soil provided an adequate supply of the full spectrum of ionically-charged minerals. Unfortunately, today naturally-occurring, nutrient-rich soil is not what most food is grown in. Vegetation growth and aggressive modern farming techniques have brought many of the earth’s minerals to the surface where they have been washed away. Synthesized fertilizers are routinely applied to farms and fields where minerals have been depleted and man-made fertilizers provide only enough mineral substance to support basic plant life. Numerous trace minerals that are so essential to human life are never replenished.
Why is absorption so important?
You cannot benefit from minerals unless your body can absorb them. The absorption of minerals mostly takes place within the small intestines. As food matter passes through the intestines, minerals transfer into the blood stream through the walls of the intestines. However, this transfer only occurs if the minerals are ionically-charged. Although stomach acid helps ionize dry minerals, a mineral supplement must contain naturally-ionized liquid minerals to be fully absorbed.