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Magnesium; Helping You Get Race Ready!

Looking To Get Croi Race Ready?

Those of us who are taking part in the Croi Night Run this month might benefit from taking a magnesium supplement in preparation. Magnesium has long been researched as an agent for enhancing our physical activity therefore we need to ensure adequate intake for athletic performance.

What is Magnesium?

Magnesium is needed for more than 300 biochemical reactions in the body. Including breaking down the food we eat and converting it into energy for out bodies to function optimally. So when levels are even a little low, energy can drop, you may even have noticed this in your training leading up to the race.

It is also the fourth most abundant mineral in the body. It is required for the proper functioning of the heart and muscular skeletal system.

Individuals with low levels of magnesium in the muscles use up more energy even during moderate physical activity and, therefore, tire easily.

The research would also suggest that low dietary intake of magnesium reduces the level of the mineral in the blood and muscles and can lead to poor athletic performance; possibly resulting in longer recovery time, increased muscle cramping and fatigue. Any of this sound familiar?

Mag 365 is an ionic form of magnesium powder that is easily dissolved in water. It 'pre-digests' in the cup or glass so your body has no work to do in order to absorb the magnesium and get it working quickly.

Directions For Use:

Add 1 teaspoon into hot/warm water and watch it fizz. This is when the MAG365 activates and become highly bioavailable to the body. Add some cold water and drink. A good time to drink MAG365 is after exercise or before bed to help muscle recovery and energy production.

MAG365 is currently on offer, 25% off retail price, in all Evergreen Stores and online until then end of September.

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