Doppelherz Magnesium 500 B12 + D3


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Brand Queisser
Origin Germany
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Shipping from USA
Expiration date 08.2025

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Magnesium contributes to the proper functioning of muscles and the nervous system
Vitamin B12 helps reduce fatigue and exhaustion
With small granules that gradually release magnesium for many hours
Fast intake of fruity micro-pellets
Delicious with lemon flavor and very easy to take
Doppelherz Magnesium 500 + B12 + D3 DIRECT DEPOT not only provides you with important nutrients, but also a pleasant taste. Even one sachet supports a good supply of magnesium and B12 even when there is an increased need.
Magnesium with DEPOT EFFECT
The special feature of the product is the immediate intake of 500 mg of magnesium by the DEPOT method. A special preparation process made it possible to grow DEPOT granules. From the fine granules causing the "DEPOT effect", 500 mg of magnesium is gradually released for many hours and is distributed to the body in smaller "sections" throughout the day.
About 60% of the magnesium in the body is found in the bones. The skeleton thus represents the largest "storehouse" of magnesium. Another 30% of magnesium is required by the muscles, the rest is stored in the soft tissue. Magnesium plays an important role in many processes that take place in our body.
Magnesium contributes to the normal metabolism of energy and the maintenance of bones, as well as the normal functioning of muscles and the nervous system.
Today, the high degree of food processing may mean that the amount of magnesium absorbed through food is not always optimal. Additional losses may occur during food preparation. Unlike many other substances, the human body cannot produce magnesium, so we must take it regularly in adequate form. Magnesium storage is only possible to a limited extent.
Cereals, green vegetables, seeds and nuts are good sources of magnesium. Bananas, often referred to as being high in magnesium, are relatively low in magnesium.
Age, special living conditions, sports and strenuous physical work can significantly increase magnesium needs.
Vitamin B12 - for energy metabolism
Vitamin B12 (cobalamin) is a water-soluble B-complex vitamin. B vitamins are very sensitive and can be easily damaged by long storage times or by cooking.
Unlike all other B vitamins, cobalamin is rarely found in plant foods. Small amounts are found in vegetables as well as in fermented foods such as beer. In contrast, animal products such as meat, fish, eggs or milk are particularly good sources of vitamin B12.
Especially important for many today: Vitamin B12 helps with normal energy metabolism and reduces fatigue and exhaustion.
Vitamin D - bone and muscle health
The great importance of vitamin D for our health is undeniable. Vitamin D helps maintain normal bones and normal muscle function. One sachet contains 10 μg of vitamin D. This corresponds to 400 IU (international units) of vitamin D.
Bone health: Many people understand the relationship between vitamin D and bone health. Because vitamin D supports the good absorption of calcium in bones and teeth and is therefore also referred to as an "auxiliary facility".
Muscle: Vitamin D is essential for normal muscle function and muscle strength. Vitamin D supports muscle performance and regulates both the speed and coordination of our muscles - something that is essential for a safe walk, for example.
Magnesium oxide, filler sorbitol, acidity regulator monosodium citrate, palm fat (fully hydrogenated), filler xylitol, acidifier citric acid, thickener sodium carboxymethylcellulose, flavoring, magnesium citrate, sweetener aspartame, sweetener acesulfame-K, release agent magnesium salts of fatty acids, cyanocobalamin, cholecalciferol. Lactose & gluten free.