Nutri Advanced – MegaMag Muscleze

£32.73£34.45

MegaMag Muscleze (formerly Ultra Muscleze) is a high-strength magnesium powder designed to support muscle function and recovery following exercise.

It is highly absorbable and gentle on the stomach. Each scoop delivers 240mg of magnesium and 672mg of malic acid.

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Description

MegaMag Muscleze (formerly Ultra Muscleze) is a high-strength magnesium powder. It is designed to support muscle function and recovery following exercise.

MegaMag Muscleze key features

  • Highly absorbable and gentle on the stomach.
  • Delivers 240mg of magnesium per scoop.
  • Provides 672mg of malic acid per scoop.
  • Contains malic acid, amino acids – l-carnitine, creatine, glutamine and taurine.
  • Includes the body-ready, active forms of vitamin B12 and folate (vitamin B9).
  • Orange flavour.
  • Mixes easily into water and juice.

Why choose?

Malic Acid plays a very important role in energy production within each cell. Magnesium supports healthy muscle function, reduces tiredness and fatigue and supports energy-yielding metabolism.

Furthermore, magnesium helps balance electrolytes. This is essential for normal muscle contraction. Therefore, an imbalance in electrolytes can result in cramps. In addition, the formula also contains B vitamins which reduce fatigue and support the body converting food to energy.

In order for magnesium to function, it needs taurine, glutamine, carnitine and B vitamins to be present. They are all co-factors of magnesium and are needed to support the actions of magnesium within the body.

Magnesium is an essential mineral needed for many body functions. It is the second most abundant nutrient in the body and has many important roles including: the support of muscle function; converting food to energy; reducing tiredness and fatigue; the normal functioning of the nervous system; and contributing to electrolyte balance.

Magnesium can be found in foods including green leafy vegetables, nuts, seeds and whole grains. However, modern farming methods have meant a decline in the level of magnesium present in foods.

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