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Trace Minerals Research To Go Mag Pak Citrus Raspberry -- 350 mg - 15 Packets


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Trace Minerals Research To Go Mag Pak Citrus Raspberry -- 350 mg - 15 Packets

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Trace Minerals Research To Go Mag Pak Citrus Raspberry Description

  • Dietary Supplement • 350 mg Magnesium
  • 15 - 0.17 oz Packets
  • Citrus Raspberry Flavor
  • Great For Your On-The-Go Travels!
  • Supports Energy, Mood, Heart, Bones
  • Gluten Free • Certified Vegan • Non-GMO

Why Mag Pak?

Do you know that recent studies estimate that almost 70% of Americans are not getting the recommended daily intake of magnesium? That's why we developed Mag Pak.

 

Mag Pak is a great tasting, naturally-flavored magnesium supplement that is formulated with a special blend of magnesium malate, magnesium carbonate, and citric acid that once added to water, creates magnesium citrate. Magnesium citrate is one of the most absorbable forms of magnesium and helps maintain healthy magnesium levels in the body when added to your daily supplement regimen. We also added a complex of over 72 naturally occurring electrolytes from Ionic Trace Minerals for a magnesium supplement that is unmatched in the industry.

 

America's #1 Liquid Magnesium Brand!

 

Take It On The Go!

Throw Mag Pak in your purse, pocket, backpack, gym bag or lunch box for all of your on-the-go adventures!

 

Magnesium Facts

  • Cofactor - Participates in 300+ biochemical reactions
  • Energy - Essential in the production of ATP
  • Digestion - Fuels digestive enzymes
  • Mood - Relaxes muscles to help you feel peaceful
  • Heart - Plays an essential role in cardiovascular health
  • Bones - a key component of healthy bones
  • Essential - Fourth most abundant mineral in the body


Directions

Suggested Use: Open a packet and mix contents with 2-4 ounces of water. Stir until dissolved. For a calming effect, mix Mag Pak with hot water and sip slowly.
Free Of
Allergens, gluten, GMOs.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Packet (4.8 g)
Servings per Container: 15
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories15
Total Carbohydrate4 g1%
  Total Sugars1 g
   Includes Added Sugars1 g2%
Magnesium (from Magnesium Malate, Magnesium Carbonate)350 mg83%
Ionic Trace Mineral Complex
A complex of over 72 naturally-occurring ionic trace minerals
100 mg
Other Ingredients: Citric acid, certified organic cane sugar, natural flavors blend (raspberry, lemon), malic acid, silica, beet (Beta vulgaris) root powder, stevia reb A.
Allergen Info: Contains no known allergens.
The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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Keep Your Bones Strong With These Exercises

There’s more to keeping your bones healthy than drinking milk and taking calcium supplements. Exercise is just as important for bone health as a healthy diet. Research shows that people who exercise regularly can have high peak bone mass.

Woman Sitting on Floor Stretching Resistance Band as Part of Bone Strengthening Exercises Routine | Vitacost.com/blog

Why exercise matters for bone health

Prevention is the best medicine when it comes to strong bones. Regular exercise works to strengthen bone mass and density as well as the thickness of bones, and it also helps aid in the decrease of bone loss.

Our bones are a living mass, and like muscles they need stress added to them in order to stimulate growth and maintenance, this is why exercise is so important. Keeping up with a good exercise program is also beneficial so as we get older as it helps with balance and coordination to prevent falls that may result in fractured bones.

Best Bone Strengthening Exercises

Weight-bearing and resistance exercise can result in denser, stronger bones because performing these activities adds stress to bones which stimulates extra deposits of calcium helping to form bone cells.

Weight-Bearing Exercises

Weight-bearing doesn’t mean “lifting weights”— it actually means doing activities while your body is upright and moving against gravity. A good example is jogging, which is more weight bearing than bike riding. Weight bearing activities can include both high- and low-impact exercise.

High-impact examples: 

  • Running and/or jogging                              
  • Tennis                                                              
  • Stair climbing workout                                
  • Hiking

Low-impact examples

  • Treadmill or outdoor fast walking
  • Elliptical
  • Low-impact aerobics

Strengthening/Resistance Exercises

These are exercises and activities that typically include weights that your body uses as resistance against gravity.

Examples:

  • Weight lifting with free weights
  • Weight machines/circuit machines
  • Resistance bands
  • Body weight exercises (push ups, pull ups)

More Tips for Bone Health

  • Bones that bear the load of the exercise you are performing benefit most from that exercise. For example, jogging protects bones in the lower body.
  • Perform over-all body workouts or activities to target all bones. Tennis hits the mark for a complete body workout. Or try walking the golf course instead of taking the cart.
  • Aim for 30 minutes of daily exercise.
  • Incorporate balancing exercises to help prevent falls resulting in bone fractures or breaks.
  • If you are already diagnosed with osteoporosis, check with your doctor to see what exercise program is the best fit for you
  • Always check with a physician if you have any health issues or concerns before starting a new exercise program.
  • Eat a healthy diet that includes calcium-rich foods and a vitamin D supplement (1,000-2,000 IU) to aid in the absorption of calcium. (Most of us do not meet our daily vitamin D requirements!)
  • If you smoke, quit. Bone mineral and density loss are associated with smoking.

For even greater bone health support, consider one of these daily supplements: 

Vitacost Synergy Bone Booster Complex†  | Vitacost.com/blogCaltrate 600 + D3 Bone Strength Chocolate Truffle | Vitacost.com/blog

Lifetime Osteo Density™ Blend | Vitacost.com/blog

 

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