Pure Magnesium Bis-Glycinate Powder [Biohacker Review]

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By Jonathan Roseland

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I have to admit to an odd morning custom that Mrs. Roseland and I have, in the midmorning we chit-chat (for just a little) about our morning movements in the bathroom. And consistently our pooping is pleasantly emptying thanks to the magnesium we took the previous evening. It's become one supplement that we won't go without!

Many Biohackers report a range of experiential benefits from Magnesium like relaxation, better sleep, and brainpower but for me, it mostly just helps in the digestion department, so let's look at the recent science done on Magnesium...

Scientific overview

In the past five years alone over 250 human clinical trials have been done with Magnesium. Bis-Glycinate is regarded by some as the best Magnesium form because of its high bioavailability, so I think it's a great choice. In case you're wondering, Magnesium Bis-Glycinate and Magnesium Glycinate are basically the same thing.

Two similar 12-week American studies looked at the combined effects of Magnesium and Vitamin D. In the first study 95 overweight participants (not hard to find in America!) were given 360 mg magnesium glycinate + 1000 IU vitamin D 3 × daily, which improved blood pressure regulation. The magnesium supplementation also improved the absorption of Vitamin D. This study validated the Biohacker best practice of Vitamin D in the morning and Magnesium in the evenings. The combination did not however influence markers of bone turnover or glycemic control, according to the second study.

A 2021 Iranian study also showed that Vitamin D and Magnesium improved the mental health status of attention-deficit hyperactive children. The combination of 50,000 IU of Vitamin D a week and 6 milligrams per kilo (of child weight) a day improved behavioral function after just 8 weeks.

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A smaller American study of pregnant women found it outperformed a placebo in preventing painful leg cramps. Legs cramps are a seriously unpleasantly way to wake up at 3 AM, and a sign that you need a bit more Magnesium in your system. 

A French study compared Magnesium, B Vitamins, Rhodiola, and Green Tea (L-Theanine) - typically Nootropic stack ingredients - to a placebo with a group of about a hundred otherwise healthy, yet stressed adults. The study concluded...

[The stack] was effective in relieving stress on Days 14 and 28 in chronically stressed but otherwise healthy individuals. This finding, in addition to the observation that [the stack] may diminish pain perception, underlines its potential benefits for patients suffering from pain, in whom comorbidities such as stress and sleep disorders are frequent.

So it effectively relieves stress for even chronically irate people in just two to three weeks, that's good news! For some reason this has me thinking about a stripper I went on a date with many years ago who had a major road rage issue - she was yelling at other cars all the way to the date spot! And, interestingly, A significant reduction in sensitivity to cold pain was observed on the stack - it might be a good stack if you take cold showers for the challenge, like me!

French study

Speaking of stacking, a 2021 study of 86 Iranians found...

Zinc [30 milligrams], vitamin A [one 25,000 IU capsule twice a week], and magnesium supplementation [250 milligrams] may have beneficial effects in patients with hypothyroidism and in diseases associated with hyperthyroidism.

Here's a weird one, apparently in South Korea, they have robots performing prostate removal surgeries, which is called a robotic radical prostatectomy and is about as pleasant to experience as it sounds! And Magnesium seems to make this operation a bit more sufferable, according to a 2021 study. So, gents, take good care of your prostate so future you does not have to worry about ProstrateTron making a move on your booty!

You've no doubt, heard a lot about inflammation, how inflammation is near the cause of almost all health problems. Recently, I went down the confusing Cholesterol research rabbit hole. The conclusion I reached is that cholesterol is neither good nor bad itself, and not worth trying to change by eating fewer eggs, butter, or whatever dumb advice you might find Googling it. Concerning Cholesterol levels instead hint at system inflammation. Good news from a recent American study, magnesium deficiency seems to be a major cause of systemic inflammation. From its abstract...

The [Magnesium Depletion Score] serves as a promising measure in identifying individuals with magnesium deficiency who may benefit from increased intake of magnesium to reduce risks of systemic inflammation and [cardiovascular disease] mortality

So supplement Magnesium daily and enjoy that tasty omelet!

Magnesium Depletion Score

Powdered vs capsule

Pills capsules bottle supplementsPersonally, I prefer to take my Magnesium powdered in the evening before bed. It takes just a minute to mix it with water and it doesn't taste bad or stick in my teeth. I'd suggest picking up a few other forms (Citrate, Malate, and Gluconate) from PureBulk.com and mixing them as they all work a little differently to empower your biology while you slumber.

Purity-verified with COA

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The final thing I like about this Magnesium is that it's verified as pure with a certificate of analysis from an accredited American lab. This evidence of purity is something you should demand that your local supplement shop or the sellers on Amazon likely can't provide.

Magnesium bis-glycinate, also known as magnesium glycinate, is a chelated form of magnesium. The chelation process binds a magnesium salt to the amino acid glycine, which allows the magnesium to cross the intestinal barrier for better absorption and stability. Magnesium is essential for all cells in the body to function. It is a cofactor for more than 600 reactions in the body, including protein synthesis, energy metabolism, muscle movements, and DNA synthesis.

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The effect of vitamin D and magnesium supplementation on the mental health status of attention-deficit hyperactive children: a randomized controlled trial
Effect of a Combination of Magnesium, B Vitamins, Rhodiola, and Green Tea (L-Theanine) on Chronically Stressed Healthy Individuals-A Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Study
Magnesium Depletion Score (MDS) Predicts Risk of Systemic Inflammation and Cardiovascular Mortality among US Adults
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