The Best and Worse Types of Magnesium –

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Here are the best forms of magnesium, as well as the worst.

0:00 The best forms of magnesium 
0:10 Magnesium citrate
0:25 Magnesium glycinate  
1:02 Magnesium threonate
1:17 Magnesium orotate 
1:33 Magnesium taurate 
1:46 Magnesium malate 
1:56 Versions of magnesium to avoid 
2:09 Vitamins that support the absorption of magnesium 
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In this video, I’m going to cover the best forms of magnesium. 

Magnesium citrate
*Absorbs easily 
This can potentially be good for:
• Nocturnal leg cramps 
• Constipation 
• Preventing headaches 

Magnesium glycinate
*Absorbs easily * No laxative effects 
This can potentially be good for:
• Promoting a sense of calm
• Supporting sleep
• Reducing anxiety 
• Reducing inflammation 
• Supporting the blood sugars 

Magnesium threonate 
*Best for the brain
This can potentially be good for:
• Improving cognitive function 
• Preventing the loss of synapses (in animal studies) 

Magnesium orotate 
*Good for top athletes 
This can potentially be good for:
• Improving energy 
• Supporting the mitochondria 

Magnesium taurate 
This can potentially be good for:
• Supporting the blood sugars
• Supporting blood pressure (in animal studies)

Magnesium malate 
* Laxative effect is small to none 
This can potentially be good for:
• Fibromyalgia 
• Chronic fatigue syndrome 

You may want to avoid these versions of magnesium:
• Magnesium sulfate
• Magnesium carbonate 
• Magnesium oxide 
• Magnesium hydroxide 

Vitamins that support the absorption of magnesium
• Vitamin D
• Vitamin B6 

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Dr. Berg, age 55, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg Nutritionals. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.


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