With UltraMag® magnesium to support muscle function and bone health, as well as nerve conduction.
Ultra Muscleze® P5P contains UltraMag® magnesium and active vitamin B6. Magnesium assists with the relief of muscle cramps and mild muscle spasms when dietary intake is inadequate. Magnesium also supports muscle function, bone health, nerve conduction and cardiovascular system health. Both magnesium and vitamin B6 support energy production and nervous system function, as well as relieving fatigue. Vitamin B6 aids in the synthesis of neurotransmitters and supports a healthy stress response in the body.Serving Type: Tablet
|Magnesium glycinate (UltraMag®)||477 mg|
|equiv. to magnesium||67.2 mg|
|Magnesium oxide (UltraMag®)||137 mg|
|equiv. to magnesium||82.8 mg|
|Total magnesium||150 mg|
|Pyridoxal 5-phosphate monohydrate (P5P) (active vitamin B6)||53.7 mg|
|equiv. to pyridoxine (vitamin B6)||34.23 mg|
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