BioActive Magnesium Complex (Formerly P-5-P/Mag™)
with P-5-P and Zinc
BioActive Magnesium Complex is a glycinate chelate form of magnesium that absorbs well, is backed by synergistic nutrients, and is easy on the stomach.*
This combination supports:
- Heart and cardiovascular function
- Nervous system function in adults & children
- Occasional muscle cramps
- Tendon, ligament & cartilage function
- Mood and emotional support*
BioActive Magnesium Complex: Three Incredible Ingredients!
Magnesium is a crucial mineral. It supports the production of energy in the body at a cellular level, thyroid health and hormone production, bone metabolism, and healthy blood pressure levels already within normal limits.*
Pyridoxal-5-phosphate (P-5-P) is the active form of vitamin B6. P-5-P is the form found naturally in the body, and requires no conversion by the liver. It is a factor in serotonin production, as well as mood and nervous system function.*
Zinc works synergistically with P-5-P and magnesium to support immune system function, muscle recovery, cellular function, and red blood cell production. Like the magnesium in this formula, this glycinate chelate form is readily absorbed and utilized.*
|Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxal-5-phosphate)||10 mg||588%|
|Magnesium (from magnesium bisglycinate chelate)||100 mg||24%|
|Zinc (from TRAACS™ Zinc bisglycinate chelate)||5 mg||45%|
1 capsule with food, may be taken up to 4 times daily.
If pregnant or nursing, consult a healthcare practitioner before using.
TRAACSTM is a trademark of Albion Laboratories, Inc.
Frequently Asked Questions
Like all supplemental ingredients, absorption is the key. Because the magnesium glycinate chelate in BioActive Magnesium Complex is more easily absorbed and used by the body, less remains unabsorbed in the intestines. Magnesium attracts water, so if it is not well-absorbed, it can cause loose stools. Because magnesium glycinate is so well-absorbed, this is not a problem.
Because it delivers the bioactive form of vitamin B6, it may help relieve water retention and bloating associated with PMS as well as premenstrual tension.*