Ultra Potent Nano Ionic Power Pack - Magnesium, Zinc & Potassium - 180ml (60ml x 3)
NANO IONIC MINERALS for fast acting superior absorption There is a lot of misunderstanding about minerals and how they are assimilated. A major problem with mineral products sold on the market today is they are very difficult to absorb. That problem is solved with the liquid ionic forms of the mineral because it is ionised. lonised means it can go right into the cells without any function of the body other than absorption.
95% of the Western Population is low in Magnesium
Low Energy & Fatigue are a sign that magnesium stores within the body are low. Magnesium plays a key role in the energy process within each individual cell. Overall energy levels can be affected by low magnesium levels. When low levels of magnesium are present energy production is inhibited.
A major problem with magnesium is the inability by the body to readily absorb it. That problem is solved with Liquid Ionic Magnesium because it is ionised. lonised means it can go right into the cells without any function of the body other than absorption. With Ionic Liquid Magnesium, absorption is high. Ionic magnesium is what the body recognises and utilises. There is a lot of misunderstanding about minerals and how they are assimilated. Most products on the market are very difficult to assimilate. That is because they are in the wrong form to get absorbed, not the ionic form. With Ionic Liquid Magnesium, you can look forward to getting the mineral magnesium absorbed into your body, because it is in ionic form, the form your body uses.
Nervousness & Insomnia can be induced by low levels of magnesium. Waking up with muscle spasms and cramps can also lead to more tension and feelings of uncomfort. Magnesium is essential for proper functioning of nervous systems. Without proper amounts of magnesium, nerve cells cannot give or receive messages, and become excitable and highly reactive. This causes individuals to become highly sensitive and nervous. Noises will seem excessively loud and the person will jump at sudden sounds like a door slamming and will generally be nervous and on edge. Lights can appear too bright and overbearing. Ionic Magnesium can help change that situation.
Muscle spasms, muscle cramps, muscle jerks, muscle tics, eye tics, hiccups are all caused by a magnesium deficiency. Take Ionic Magnesium in liquid form and they will disappear
Magnesium and calcium work together to control muscle action. Calcium tenses the muscles and magnesium relaxes the muscles. With insufficient magnesium the muscles stay tense causing a muscle cramp. This could happen when you have too much calcium and too little magnesium. The same thing can happen with the heart, which is of course, a muscle. The heart goes into a spasm and can't relax. This is called a heart attack.
What depletes Magnesium?
The list is long but we shall cover only some here. Mental stress, Coffee, Sugar, High Sodium Diet, Alcohol, Cola type sodas, Tobacco, High Perspiration, Medical drugs of all types, Low Thyroid, Diabetes, Chronic pain, Diuretics, a High carbohydrate diet and a High calcium diet.
Studies conducted in Germany involving bodybuilders and long distance runners support the notion that there is a benefit with magnesium therapy, fewer muscle cramps. With athletes, one of the consequences of impaired levels of magnesium is they will not perform as if they had higher levels of magnesium. Magnesium affects muscle tissue for those who are not athletes as well.
The Importance of Zinc
The importance of zinc is known throughout the world and one of the first cultures to see the significance of using zinc has been the Chinese. The Chinese knew of the benefits of zinc and used it for prostate problems many centuries before other countries ever addressed zinc.
The benefits of zinc are very important to health. There are at least 160 different human enzymes that rely on zinc in parts of their composition and function. As examples, zinc enzymes are involved in digestion, metabolism, and tissue respiration, and both DNA and RNA need zinc enzymes for proper functioning.
Medically, zinc is probably the most underrated and misunderstood of minerals yet it is one of the most important elements in the human body. It is essential in so many different functions of the body and its depletion produces some of the most dangerous effects. Despite this, most physicians do not test for it and, when they do, they often apply the incorrect testing techniques by assessing blood samples instead of tissue samples such as hair.
Summarizing the benefits of Potassium:
Potassium is an essential mineral that is found in almost every cell. It is needed for growth, building muscles, transmission of nerve impulses, heart activity, etc. Potassium, together with sodium (potassium inside the cell and sodium in the fluid surrounding the cell) work together for the nervous system to transmit messages as well as regulating the contraction of muscles.
Deficiency of potassium: The kidneys excrete any excess, but deficiencies are seldom found in people on normal diets, although some people could look at increasing their potassium intake. A deficiency may result in fatigue, cramping legs, muscle weakness, slow reflexes, acne, dry skin , mood changes, irregular heartbeat. If you are into bodybuilding, it is also a good idea to increase your potassium intake, since potassium is needed to maintain good muscular form and muscle control, and potassium is lost in excessive perspiration and urine.
Potassium is one of the electrolytes we all require to maintain health. This mineral is important for a healthy nervous system and regular heart rhythm. It helps prevent stroke, aids in proper muscle contraction and works with sodium to control the body's water balance. Potassium is important for chemical reactions within the cells, aids in maintaining stable blood pressure and in transmission of electrochemical impulses.
A 1997 review of earlier studies showed that low potassium intake may be a significant factor in the development of high blood pressure. Potassium also regulates the transfer of nutrients through cell membranes. This function of potassium has been shown to decrease with age, which may account for some of the circulatory damage, lethargy, and weakness experienced by older people.
Together with magnesium, potassium can help prevent calcium-oxalate kidney stones. Signs of potassium deficiency include abnormally dry skin, acne, chills, cognitive impairment, constipation, depression, diarrhea, diminished reflex function, edema, nervousness, insatiable thirst, fluctuations in heartbeat, glucose intolerance, growth impairment, high cholesterol levels, insomnia, low blood pressure, muscular fatigue and weakness, nausea and vomiting, periodic headaches, proteinuria (protein in the urine), respiratory distress and salt retention.