1 capsule contains:
*% NRV – Nutritional reference value
Adults: 2-3 capsules per day, drink with plenty of liquids.
Warning: Not suitable for children under 12. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Do not use as a substitute for a balanced diet. Store out of the reach of young children. Keep in a cool, dry place at temperatures below 25 °C in a tightly closed container. Protect the product from frost, direct sunlight and radiant heat.
Magnesium is involved in a number of cellular processes that could not function without it or in its deficiency and is therefore indispensable for life. It directly influences more than 300 different enzymatic processes and ensures the proper functioning of the skeletal and neuromuscular systems. In addition, it relieves irritability and nervousness, releases energy from glucose and affects proper bone structure.
It supports the body's defence mechanisms and is involved in some important immune processes. Its most important role is to maintain the correct levels of calcium and phosphorus in the blood, which are essential for the development and growth of bones in childhood, as well as for their restoration in adulthood.
This food supplement is recommended especially to:
It was first identified in 1755 by the Swedish physicist and chemist Joseph Black and isolated only in 1808 by the English chemist Sir Humphry Davy. Magnesium is one of the indispensable elements necessary for the life of both humans and animals. It is an electrolyte essential for most cellular processes. Magnesium deficiency can impair the functions of all organs that depend on it. Its deficiency can result, for example, in increased tooth decay, muscle cramps and muscle weakness, digestive disorders, heart disorders, as well as various mental disorders.
Another fat-soluble vitamin. Vitamin D3 is a naturally occurring form of vitamin D that is produced in the skin by exposure to sunlight. Our body needs it mainly to be able to absorb
calcium. It is involved in over 200 processes in our body. The most important effect is its influence on the musculoskeletal system, as it helps the muscles to function. It is co-
responsible for the growth and health of both bones and teeth. It is one of the vitamins that are important for the proper course of pregnancy and the development of the fetal skeleton.
During breastfeeding, in combination with other vitamins, it supports the production of breast milk. It also plays an important role in the process of cell division and aids in the proper functioning of the immune system.