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what type of magnesium is found in food?


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#1 kurdishfella

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Posted 03 December 2019 - 08:52 AM

Hey, I have tried magnesium glycinate and theronate, but they dont work, I think its because your body require to break down the molecule and seperate them from each other, which requires enzymes, these type of magnesium are not found in food, but which magnesium are found in food? I assume those magnesium type found in food are readily available your body has not to do any work and can use it immediatly, the trade off here is I think that the magnesium in food has low bioavailbility but which can be fixed by just taking a higher dosage? is it Magnesium chloride, oxide or citrate? or malate?

Forms of magnesium that dissolve well in liquid are more completely absorbed in the gut than less soluble forms [2,14]. Small studies have found that magnesium in the aspartate, citrate, lactate, and chloride forms is absorbed more completely and is more bioavailable than magnesium oxide and magnesium sulfate [14-18]



Edited by farshad, 03 December 2019 - 09:31 AM.

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