Chill Out with the Relaxation Mineral: Magnesium

Feeling a bit stressed? Can’t sleep? Bone tired? It’s no wonder.


24/7 news, work challenges, mounting bills, school deadlines…the list goes on. Everyday life is stressful enough. Add an unexpected life event into the mix and your anxiety level can go through the roof.


If your usual coping methods don’t seem to be working these days, you could be missing an essential mineral in your diet: Magnesium.


Magnesium: The Miracle Mineral

This miracle mineral regulates more than 300 metabolic reactions in the body and is used by nearly every organ, especially your heart, muscles, nerves and kidneys. Magnesium helps to regulate blood pressure, keep bones strong and healthy and keep your heart beating steadily.


Magnesium also plays a key role in balancing the effects of calcium, a mineral that is often prescribed to help reduce the risk of osteoporosis. Calcium stimulates nerves and muscles. On the flip side, magnesium calms nerves and relaxes muscles. Your body needs both minerals to help you stay calm and sleep well.


Magnesium Deficiency: Truth and Consequences

Unfortunately, more than 80% of the population is deficient in magnesium. Consumption of magnesium has been declining for the past 100 years, mainly due to over-farming of our soil and the increasing use of fertilizers and processed foods. So even if you’re eating foods that are rich in magnesium, they may not be providing you with your minimum daily requirement of this essential mineral.


The consequences can be steep. One study links magnesium deficiency in mice with an increase in anxiety-related behaviors. Additional studies link magnesium deficiency with an increased risk of Type 2 diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, stroke, ADHD, Alzheimer’s and more.


Relax & Restore: Dr. Formulated Magnesium Fizzy Drink

Dr. Formulated Magnesium Relax & Restore

If your stress level is at an all-time high and you’re having trouble meeting your daily intake of magnesium, Garden of Life Dr. Formulated Magnesium Relax & Restore powder can help you regain your inner ‘om’.


This whole food fizzy drink is packed with 350 mg of magnesium to help you stay calm and collected no matter what life brings you.


Unlike supplemental magnesium salts, which can cause nausea, bloating or diarrhea, Dr. Formulated Magnesium Relax & Restore contains chelated magnesium, which is less likely to cause unwanted digestive side effects than magnesium salts.


Dr. Formulated Magnesium takes chelated magnesium to the next level by creating a magnesium supplement that contains the first-ever whole food Organic Pea Protein Magnesium Chelate made with U.S.A. Organic Peas. Traditionally, chelated magnesium has been bound to amino acids. The magnesium in this fizzy drink powder, on the other hand, is bound to organically grown pea protein. So you’re getting all the goodness of magnesium in a wholesome form.


Restore Regularity

Speaking of digestion, Relax and Restore supports your digestive processes by restoring regularity. Avoid occasional constipation naturally with whole food magnesium to gently coax and regulate your colon. Additionally, Dr. Formulated Magnesium contains 1 billion CFU live probiotics – Lactobacillus plantarum, Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Lactobacillus acidophilus – to support healthy digestion and help keep you regular.


You can rest easy because Dr. Formulated Magnesium is verified non-GMO, hypoallergenic and is gluten, dairy and soy-free.


Dr. Formulated Magnesium Relax & Restore fizzy drink comes in three delicious flavors: Original – No Stevia, Orange Dreamsicle, and Raspberry Lemon. Mix your favorite flavor with an 8-ounce glass of water and drink it before bedtime.


Sweet dreams.


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Chill Out with the Relaxation Mineral: Magnesium
If your stress level is at an all-time high and you’re having trouble meeting your daily intake of magnesium, Garden of Life Dr. Formulated Magnesium Relax & Restore powder can help.
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Martindale's Natural Market
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