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    • Magnesium glycinate chelate: Magnesium bound to glycine supports optimal absorption and utilization of magnesium, as well as relaxation and feelings of calm. This form of magnesium is well-absorbed and less likely to produce laxative effects or GI upset.

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  • Magnesium glycinate chelate: Magnesium bound to glycine supports optimal absorption and utilization of magnesium, as well as relaxation and feelings of calm. This form of magnesium is well-absorbed and less likely to produce laxative effects or GI upset.

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What do your hormones, bones, blood sugar, mood, and muscles all have in common? These areas of health all require the essential mineral magnesium to function.

Magnesium is a cofactor for hundreds of enzymatic processes and biochemical reactions in the body. It stabilizes ATP in these enzymes so it can be used as an energy source to make the enzymes work. By doing this magnesium helps to regulate protein synthesis, muscle and nerve function, healthy blood pressure, and much more. By inhibiting calcium influx and smooth muscle contraction, it supports muscle relaxation. Magnesium is needed for glycolysis, oxidative phosphorylation, and energy production. It may contribute to the development and maintenance of healthy bone structure. It’s also critical for the synthesis of DNA, RNA, and the antioxidant glutathione.

Research indicates that the dietary magnesium in food sources is declining. Some estimate that up to 75 percent of adults do not meet the recommended intake of 400 mg per day. Magnesium deficiency can have systemic impacts. Low mood, muscle twitching and cramps, elevated blood pressure, high blood sugar levels, and low energy can all result from insufficient levels.

Magnesium is lost with increased urination, diarrhea, alcohol use, kidney disease, diabetes, and certain medications such as proton pump inhibitors (PPIs). Magnesium requires adequate stomach acid to be absorbed. In fact, there is an FDA warning on some acid-blocking medications for hypomagnesemia with long-term use.

Magnesium Glycinate Powder provides 200 mg of magnesium glycinate chelate per serving. This well-tolerated form of magnesium is bound to glycine to support GI comfort, relaxation, and optimal absorption.

Glycine is the most basic of all amino acids. It is very easily absorbed and utilized by the body. By attaching magnesium to glycine, it greatly increases absorption of this mineral. Glycine also acts as a neurotransmitter in the brain to promote feelings of calm and relaxation.

One of the major roles magnesium plays is related to mood and relaxation via the NMDA receptor in the brain. When the brain gets excited, a neurotransmitter called glutamate activates NMDA receptors to pull calcium into the cell, leading to excitation. Excessive NMDA receptor activation can lead to feelings of nervousness, sleeplessness, and rapid heartbeat. Magnesium regulates NMDA receptor activity by regulating the amount of calcium that can enter cells. By reducing NMDA activation, magnesium supports a healthy mood, sleep, and calmness.

Many people associate magnesium consumption with loose bowels and upset stomach. This association stems from people taking poorly absorbed forms of magnesium like magnesium oxide. It appears that less than 5 percent of magnesium oxide is absorbed across the intestinal lining. When unabsorbed magnesium is left in the intestines, water is released from the intestinal lining to flush it out. This contributes to the cramping, loose stools, and discomfort associated with magnesium supplementation.

At Seeking Health, we only use forms of magnesium that are well absorbed and well-tolerated. The glycinate form of magnesium in Magnesium Glycinate Powder appears to be one of the best choices for people with sensitive stomachs who have not previously tolerated magnesium. It is also ideal for those seeking the calming benefits of glycine. Now you can comfortably support healthy magnesium levels with Magnesium Glycinate Powder by Seeking Health.

Suggested Use

Blend, shake, or briskly mix 1 scoop, 1-2 times daily, in filtered water or beverage of choice, or as directed by your healthcare professional.


Children and pregnant, lactating, or breastfeeding women should consult their healthcare practitioner prior to use. Do not use if tamper seal is damaged. 

Pairs Well With

P-5-P as vitamin B6 is required for optimal magnesium utilization in the body. Vitamin D3 + K2 Drops to support bone and tooth health alongside magnesium. R-Lipoic Acid as lipoic acid further supports energy production and healthy blood sugar balance in your body.


Store in a cool, dry place (15-30 degrees Celsus) away from direct light. Keep out of reach of children.

Magnesium Glycinate Powder

Serving Size: 1 scoop 2.5g
Servings Per Container: 75

Supplement Facts

Magnesium (as TRAACS® bisglycinate chelate*)200 mg48%
% DV (Daily Value) based on standard 2,000 calorie daily intake

Other Ingredients: Citric acid and silicon dioxide.
*Albion® Laboratories

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