Magnesium is often dubbed the element of life. It received this flattering name because it is essential for the life of most living creatures on Earth.
You have approximately 25 – 30 g of magnesium in your body. The highest percentage share of magnesium may be found in the bones, muscles, fat tissue, red blood cells, or the blood serum.
Magnesium plays a key role in more than 300 enzymatic reactions in the human metabolism, including energy production.
In reducing fatigue and exhaustion
In the normal functioning of nerves and muscles
In maintaining healthy bones and teeth
In supporting behavioral functions, such as learning and concentration
In the process of cell regeneration
How many milligrams of magnesium do you need daily?
/one 1.5 l bottle of Magnesia contains up to 255 mg of magnesium/
Children from 4 to 8 years
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Youth from 14 to 18 years