Mag Plus B

Mag Plus B / Description

Food supplement

MAG PLUS B is food supplement which complements everyday diet in magnesium, potassium and vitamin B6.
Magnesium and Potassium are two basics intercellular cation which plays very important role in our body. Daily requirement of magnesium is about 5 mg per kilogram of body weight, and is higher in age of children and the elderly, and in group of people who are physically and mentally active [1]. Magnesium included in MAG PLUS B helps in proper functioning of the nervous system and muscles systems and helps to maintain electrolyte balance. These 3 characteristics of magnesium are very important for all people practicing sport in both-professionally and recreationally way. Magnesium also contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue - which is important for the quality of training and the general well-being. In addition, this element contributes to the maintenance proper metabolism and helps maintain healthy bones and teeth also supports proper protein synthesis, which indirectly affects the regeneration after training and functioning of the body during increased physical activity.

The addition of potassium perfectly complements the MAG PLUS B. Potassium is the major cation of fluid cell and one of the most important elements in the body fluids. Potassium is an important component of the cytoplasm of cells, including muscles [1] It's directly involved in many enzymatic reactions and physiological processes including the proper functioning of the nervous and muscular system. An important role of potassium is also helping to maintain normal blood pressure.

Vitamin B6 contained in MAG PLUS B helps in the proper functioning of the nervous system and immune system. It contributes to the reduction of tiredness, weariness and helps to maintain proper energy metabolism of protein and glycogen. It also contributes to the regulation of hormonal activity.

1. J. K. Podlewski, A.Chwalibogowska-Podlewska, Leki współczesnej terapii Wydanie XVII, Split Trading Sp. z o.o. Warszawa 2005, 386, 523.