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WHAT IS MAGNESIUM?

Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body. About 50% of magnesium is associated with bones, and the other half is divided among the cells that make up your tissues and organs.

Magnesium is needed for more than 300 reactions that take place constantly in the human body. Magnesium is involved in protein production and represents the key to energy production.

By helping metabolize calcium and potassium across cell membranes, magnesium plays an important role in promoting normal nerve cell communication, muscle contraction and normal heart rhythm.

Magnesium also helps maintain the strength of cell membranes and bones. A diet that uses the recommended level of magnesium is considered beneficial for bone health.

ROLE IN THE ORGANISM?

  • Blood pressure regulation
  • Blood sugar regulation
  • Bone formation
  • Energy production
  • Hormone secretion
  • Immunity function
  • Muscle contractions
  • Nervous system function
  • Normal heart rhythm
  • Protein formation

IN WHICH FOOD CAN WE FIND IT?

  • Bananas
  • Avocado
  • Beans and peas
  • Dairy products
  • Green leafy vegetables (eg spinach)
  • Nuts and pumpkin seeds
  • Potato
  • Raisins
  • Wheat bran
  • Whole grains

RECOMMENDED DAILY INTAKE?

375 mg

IN WHICH MAGNALL IS IT:

Magnall® Marine Mineral – 375mg (NRV 100%)

Magnall® Direct – 375mg (NRV 100%)

Magnall® Cardio – 375mg (NRV 100%)

Magnall® Sleep – 375mg (NRV 100%)

Magnall® Relax – 375mg (NRV 100%)

Magnall® Immuno – 375mg (NRV 100%)

THE ROLE OF VITAMIN B6 IN THE BODY?

Pyridoxine plays a major role in a supporting of the nervous system. The production of serotonin and norepinephrine – neurotransmitters which stimulate communication between nerve cells – is made possible by a compound that contains vitamin B6.

IN WHICH FOOD WE CAN FIND VITAMIN B6?

  • Chickpeas
  • Fruit (except citrus)
  • Potato
  • Salmon
  • Tuna

RECOMMENDED DAILY INTAKE OF VITAMIN B6?

1.4 mg

WHICH MAGNALL® CONTAINS VITAMIN B6:

Magnall® Marine Mineral – 1.65 mg (NRV 118%)

Magnall® Cardio – 1.4 mg (NRV 100%)

Magnall® Sleep – 10 mg (NRV 715%)

Magnall® Relax – 4.2 mg (NRV 300%)

WHAT IS VITAMIN B12?

Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin with a key role in the normal functioning of our metabolism, as well as in the formation of blood.

Vitamin B12 is naturally present only in products of animal origin, where is connected with proteins in these foods. During digestion, hydrochloric acid in your stomach releases vitamin B12 from food, allowing it to be absorbed. The inability to absorb vitamin B12 from the intestinal tract can be caused by a condition called pernicious anemia, which results with a lack of vitamin B12. People who do not eat animal foods and do not consume the recommended daily amount of vitamin B12 from fortified foods and dietary supplements, are also prone to vitamin B12 deficiency. As you are older, the risk of inadequate absorption of vitamin B12 increases.

THE ROLE OF VITAMIN B12 IN THE BODY?

Vitamin B12 plays an important role in converting proteins, fats and carbohydrates into energy.

IN WHICH FOOD WE CAN FIND VITAMIN B12?

  • Dairy products
  • Eggs
  • Enriched cereals
  • Meat
  • Seafood (for example shellfish, trout, salmon, tuna)

 

RECOMMENDED DAILY INTAKE OF VITAMIN B12?

2.5 µg

WHICH MAGNALL® CONTAINS VITAMIN B12:

Magnall® Sleep – 16 µg (NRV 640%)

Magnall® Relax – 7.5 µg (NRV 300%)

WHAT IS VITAMIN B1?

Vitamin B1 or Thiamine was the first discovered B vitamin, which plays a major role in many body functions. Thiamine is necessary for the regular functioning of the nervous system and muscles. It helps in producing energy from the food you eat.

THE ROLE OF VITAMIN B1 IN THE BODY?

Thiamine is necessary for the normal functioning of the nervous system and muscles. It helps in producing energy from the food you eat.

IN WHICH FOOD WE CAN FIND VITAMIN B1?

  • Beans and peas
  • Enriched cereal products (like bread, cereals, pasta, rice)
  • Nuts
  • Pork
  • Sunflower
  • Whole grains

RECOMMENDED DAILY INTAKE OF VITAMIN B1?

1.1 mg

WHICH MAGNALL® CONTAINS VITAMIN B1 :

Magnall® Relax – 3.3 mg (NRV 300%)

WHAT IS VITAMIN B2?

Vitamin B2 or Riboflavin is involved in the metabolism of several B vitamins -this a tightly knit group of compounds which together help the body function.

Riboflavin promotes energy production at the cellular level and is very important for the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.

Riboflavin also protects your cells.

THE ROLE OF VITAMIN B2 IN THE BODY?

Riboflavin supports the production of energy at the cellular level and is critical for the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.

IN WHICH FOOD WE CAN FIND VITAMIN B2?

  • Eggs
  • Enriched cereal products (like bread, cereals, pasta, rice)
  • Meat
  • Milk
  • Mushrooms
  • Seafood (like oysters)
  • Spinach

RECOMMENDED DAILY INTAKE OF VITAMIN B2?

1.4 mg

WHICH MAGNALL® CONTAINS VITAMIN B2:

Magnall® Relax – 4.2 mg (NRV 300%)

Folic acid is a synthetic parity of folate, a B9 vitamin, which can be naturally found in certain plant foods. Of these two, folic acid is the most easily available – the body absorbs about twice as much folic acid – but they play the same role in good health.

Cell reproduction is one of the most important tasks of folate. Folic acid is necessary for the production of DNA and RNA nucleic acids and, as such, folic acid helps at producing and maintaining all new cells, a process that is critical at a time of rapid growth, such as pregnancy and childhood. This also explains why folic acid is so important for maintaining normal brain function.

When you are expecting a baby, adequate intake of folic acid helps prevent certain congenital defects, and it is necessary during the rest of the pregnancy. The 2015 U.S. Government Food and Drug Guidelines identify folic acid as a nutrient needed by women in their parental years and women who are able and want to conceive.

Whether you are pregnant or not, you must to know that folic acid helps at producing healthy red blood cells, capable of carrying and supplying oxygen to every cell in your body.

THE ROLE OF FOLIC ACID IN THE BODY?

Cell reproduction is one of the most important assignments of folate. Folic acid is necessary for the production of nucleic acids of DNA and RNA and, as such, folic acid helps at producing and maintaining all new cells, a process that is critical during rapid growth, such as pregnancy and childhood.

RECOMMENDED DAILY INTAKE OF FOLIC ACID?

200 µg

WHICH MAGNALL® CONTAINS FOLIC ACID?

MAGNALL® SLEEP – 600µg (NRV 300%)

MAGNALL® RELAX – 400µg (NRV 200%)

WHAT IS ZINC?

Nearly 100 different enzymes – proteins that initiate chemical reactions in the human body – depend on zinc, including those enzymes involved in skin repair and DNA production. Zinc supports normal growth and development during pregnancy, childhood, and adolescence period. You also need zinc for a real sense of taste and smell.

Zinc also provides a structure that helps in support of proteins, such as those found in muscle tissue, and cell membranes. As part of the hormone insulin, zinc plays a role in regulating blood glucose levels, which are necessary to provide a constant source of energy for your cells. Zinc is also involved at support of eyes health.

Zinc also protects and provides structural support to the antioxidant enzyme that protects cells from damage. Zinc is also necessary for the formation and activation of T-lymphocytes, which are cells of the immune system and participate in the immune response.

THE ROLE OF ZINC IN THE BODY?

Many chemical reactions in our body depend on zinc, including those involved in skin repair and DNA production, also and cell replication depends on zinc. Zinc supports normal growth and development during pregnancy, childhood, and adolescence. You also need zinc for a real sense of taste and smell.

IN WHICH FOOD WE CAN FIND ZINC?

  • Beans and peas
  • Beef
  • Dairy products
  • Nuts
  • Seafood (like shellfish, crustaceans, lobsters, oysters)
  • Whole grains

RECOMMENDED DAILY INTAKE OF ZINC?

10mg

WHICH MAGNALL® CONTAINS ZINC:

MAGNALL® IMMUNO – 10mg (NRV 100%)

WHAT IS VITAMIN K2?

Vitamin K was discovered in 1929. as an essential nutrient for blood coagulation. It was discovered by dentist Weston Price, who traveled the world in the early 20th century and studied the relationship between nutrition and diseases in different populations. He found that the non-industrial diet was rich in some unidentified nutrients, which provided protection against dental caries and chronic diseases. He called this mysterious nutrient “activator X”, which is now believed to be vitamin K2.

Vitamin K2 can be further divided into several different subtypes, the most important of which are MK-4 and MK-7.

Vitamin K2 – MK7 contributes to the reduction of arterial calcification. An increasing number of studies, including the large Rotterdam study, which lasted a full 10 years, showed that the use of vitamin K2-MK7 can reduce arterial calcification. The use of vitamin K2-MK7 can also help at improving of the elasticity of calcified blood vessels and thus further reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke.

THE ROLE OF VITAMIN K2 IN THE BODY?

Vitamin K2 contributes to the reduction of arterial calcification, improves the elasticity of calcified blood vessels, and in this way reduces the risk of heart attack and stroke.

IN WHICH FOOD WE CAN FIND VITAMIN K2?

  • Green vegetables (broccoli, spinach, chard…)
  • Solid cheeses

RECOMMENDED DAILY INTAKE OF VITAMIN K2?

75µg

WHICH MAGNALL® CONTAINS VITAMIN K2:

MAGNALL® CARDIO – 12.5µg (NRV 16.67%)

WHAT IS MELATONIN?

Melatonin is a hormone secreted in the brain by the pineal gland. The pineal gland is located above the midbrain and is the size of a pea. Its synthesis of melatonin and its release of the same is stimulated by darkness, and suppressed by light.

Melatonin is responsible for maintaining circadian rhythms. Why does this matter? Your circadian rhythm is the name for the “inner clock”, that works 24 hours. This inner clock plays a key role when we fall asleep and when we wake up.

When it is dark, your body produces more melatonin, but when it is light, the production of melatonin decreases. That’s why the people who are blind or work night shifts, can have problems with melatonin levels. But for the others, a lack of sun exposure during the day or too much exposure to the lights in the evening, can disrupt the melatonin cycle in the body.

The pineal gland generally begins to produce melatonin around 9 p.m. Your melatonin level then increases and you slowly begin to fall asleep. If your body is functioning as it should be, your melatonin levels remain elevated while you sleep, for approximately 12 hours. The melatonin level drops around 9 am, the level returns to a minimum and so it stays for the rest of the day.

Melatonin is also necessary for reproduction at women because it plays a key role in controlling the timing and release of female reproductive hormones. It helps in deciding when a woman starts menstruating, the frequency and duration of the menstrual cycle, as well as when a woman enters menopause.

Young children have the highest level of “night” melatonin, while the level of melatonin decreases during life. That is why numerous studies have shown that older people cannot sleep as well as they could when they were younger.

THE ROLE OF MELATONIN IN THE BODY?

The basic function of the melatonin hormone is to regulate the daily rhythm of the human body. Also, thanks to this hormone, we can fall asleep and sleep well. Furthermore, by studying of melatonin and its effect on the human body, scientists have discovered this substance has other important and useful properties for humans: it ensures efficient work of the endocrine system, slows down the aging process, helps the body adapt to time zone changes, stimulates the protective functions of the immune system, has an antioxidant effect, helps the body to fight over stress and seasonal depression, regulates the work of the cardiovascular system and blood pressure, participates in the work of the digestive system, affects the production of other hormones in the body, and has a positive effect on human brain cells.

The role of melatonin in the body is huge. With a lack of melatonin, a person begins to age faster: free radicals accumulate, weight regulation is disturbed, which leads to obesity, an increased risk of premature menopause, and also the risk of developing breast cancer increases.

IN WHICH FOOD WE CAN FIND MELATONIN?

  • Corn
  • Banana
  • Tomatoes
  • Rice
  • Carrots
  • Radishes
  • Figs
  • Parsley
  • Cereals (oats, barley)
  • Walnut
  • Raisins

WHICH MAGNALL® CONTAINS MELATONIN:

MAGNALL SLEEP – ®