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Magnesium Soft Chews - High Absorption Magnesium Supplement

Magnesium Soft Chews - High Absorption Magnesium Supplement

Delicious mixed berry flavored soft chews with high absorption magnesium citrate and 66% less sugar than the leading gummy brand.  Magnesium plays a vital role in hundreds of mechanisms in your body including heart health, muscle relaxation, strong bones, and more!

Flavor: Mixed Berries

Servings Per Pack: 30 Day Supply

Serving Size: 1 Soft Chew

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  • High Absorption: Like magnesium glycinate, magnesium citrate has high bioavailability because of its high solubility compared to magnesium oxide.
  • 66% Less Sugar: Viactiv has only 2g of sugar per serving compared to 6g in the leading gummy brand.
  • Delicious mixed berry flavor, and individually wrapped.
  • Magnesium plays a vital role in hundreds of mechanisms in your body, but over 40% of people don't get enough in their diet alone.†
  • Supports heart health, sleep, muscle relaxation, strong bones and more.†
  • Take one (1) soft chew up to two times daily or as recommended by your healthcare provider. Chew thoroughly before swallowing.
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Relaxation never tasted so good.

Magnesium is important in the relaxation mechanism of your muscle function (while Calcium works to support contraction of muscles).  By ensuring an adequate intake of magnesium, you may experience a reduction in the frequency of muscle cramps†.

Support your sleep a delicious way.

Magnesium plays an important role in various physiological functions that can impact your quality of sleep.  It helps regulate melatonin levels and attaches to GABA receptors to help enhance calming effects†.

Berry-licious support for your heart

Magnesium supports overall cardiovascular function, maintaining a healthy heart rhythm, and helps to relax blood vessels†.  Consuming diets with adequate magnesium may reduce the risk of high blood pressure (hypertension). However, FDA has concluded that the evidence is inconsistent and inconclusive†.