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Magnesium Caps



Magnesium Caps - The Body’s Master Mineral

Let’s cut to the chase. Magnesium deficiency is a primary cause of intestinal permeability (aka leaky gut).1 When magnesium stores are low, gut health declines. It’s really that simple.

What this means for you is that by taking Magnesium Caps you can help to support optimal gut health by strengthening the gut lining and providing added support for all cellular function in the body.

Magnesium deficiency can be fatal to cells—not just in the gut, but throughout the whole body.2 This can cause early signs of aging, and is a precursor to nearly all inflammatory conditions known to science.3




Not just for gut health - Magnesium is an essential mineral for whole body health

Sure, magnesium is a key player in a solid gut-health protocol, but it doesn’t just stop there. Magnesium Caps contains four different types of magnesium to meet and exceed your daily requirement with just one dose. Since most people are magnesium deficient, a daily supplement of Magnesium Caps ensures your whole body receives an abundance of this essential mineral.

Benefits at a Glance

  • Essential for more than 300 biochemical reactions
  • Combats systemic magnesium deficiency - including a root cause of poor gut health and leaky-gut: cell-wall weakening.
  • Supports everything from cardiovascular health to energy metabolism
  • Magnesium Caps provides 500 mg daily


The Master Mineral

Magnesium is one of the body’s most important minerals. In fact, it’s essential for over 300 different biochemical reactions1 in the body2 and is widely considered the body’s master mineral.


Magnesium plays a major factor in relaxing the smooth muscles within the blood vessels, thereby reducing peripheral vascular resistance and promoting a healthy cardiovascular system.3-6 Simply put, Magnesium allows the body to be both relaxed and strong all at the same time. Magnesium also affects circulating levels of norepinephrine and the synthesis of serotonin and nitric oxide.7-9 This is important for active energy, a sense of happiness, and overall great vibes throughout the day.

Magnesium positively influences the bone mineral matrix and its ability to metabolize the minerals needed for repair and rebuilding.10,11 Scientific literature documents the need for a number of minerals, including calcium and magnesium, to help maintain strong, healthy bones.

Moreover, there is evidence that dietary magnesium intake and supplementation improves the metabolic profile.12-14  This means that with a good magnesium supplement, you can support the improvement of digestion, nutrient absorption, and energy production.  

Finally, and perhaps most importantly for your gut health needs, magnesium has been shown to promote a healthy inflammatory response. Additionally, it supports healthy endothelial function, protect against oxidative stress, beneficially impact insulin resistance, serum lipid profiles, and more.15-16

As you can see, it’s little wonder magnesium is the body’s master mineral!

Supplement Facts

Supplement Facts

Serving Size 1 vegetarian capsule

Amount Per Serving

Magnesium (as magnesium oxide, citrate, succinate, TRAACS® magnesium lysyl glycinate chelate)

500 mg

Other ingredients: vegetable cellulose (capsule), microcrystalline cellulose, stearic acid, silica, citric acid.


TRAACS® is a registered trademark of Albion Laboratories, Inc.

Dosage and Use

  • Take one (1) capsule one to three times daily with or without food, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.


If taken in high doses, magnesium may have a laxative effect. If this occurs, divide dosing, reduce intake, or discontinue product.


  • Do not purchase if outer seal is broken or damaged.
  • When using nutritional supplements, please consult with your physician if you are undergoing treatment for a medical condition or if you are pregnant or lactating.


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