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GO Magnesium Pwd NZ Blackcurrant 250g

$26.99 $44.99

GO MAGNESIUM POWDER NEW ZEALAND BLACKCURRANT contains 310mg total elemental Magnesium in an easily absorbed powder form, supplied in a natural and delicious blackcurrant flavour. Magnesium is an essential mineral that is responsible for over 300 biochemical reactions in the body, but is easily depleted when the body is under stress, through exercising, poor dietary choices, alcohol intake, or just from living a busy lifestyle. Formulated to support nervous system health, helping to ease stress, tension and relax muscles. GO Magnesium Powder New Zealand Blackcurrant also contains a blend of vitamins and minerals to not only further support the absorption and health benefits of Magnesium, but also help to promote energy and provide additional support for the nervous system. Assists in the prevention of Magnesium deficiency when dietary intake is inadequate.

  • 310mg elemental Magnesium supplied in easy to take powder format
  • Eases stress, tension and relaxes muscles
  • Promotes energy
  • Great tasting, naturally flavoured with NZ Blackcurrant

Ingredients

Magnesium glycinate (equiv. to Magnesium 50mg) 354mg

Magnesium citrate (equiv. to Magnesium 50mg) 309mg 

Magnesium amino acid chelate (equiv. to Magnesium 210mg) 1,050mgT

TOTAL ELEMENTAL MAGNESIUM 310mg/serve

Taurine 3,000mg

Vitamin C 300mg

Calcium hydrogen phosphate dihydrate (equiv. to Calcium 68mg) 291mg

Potassium phosphate Monobasic (equiv. to Potassium 52mg) 181mg

Pyridoxine hydrochloride (equiv. to Vitamin B6 41.14mg) 50mg

Colecalciferol (equiv. to Vitamin D3 200IU) 5mcg 

Blackcurrant 20mg

Proudly Made by GO Healthy in New Zealand From Select Imported & Local Ingredients

Warnings

If pregnant or breastfeeding consult your healthcare professional prior to taking. In some cases high doses of magnesium can cause loose bowel movements (the threshold at which this occurs will vary from person to person). Always read the label. Take only as directed.

Take two hours away from medications, magnesium may reduce absorption.

If taking prescription medication or if in doubt consult your Healthcare Professional.

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