Dissolve 1 effervescent tablet in 150 ml of water (equal to a full glass) and take once a day.
INGREDIENTS – NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION
acidifier: citric acid, magnesium carbonate, acidity regulator: sodium hydrogencarbonate, humidifier: sorbitol, potassium bicarbonate, maltodextrin, acidity regulator: sodium carbonate, inulin, choline bitartrate, starch, anti-caking agent: calcium phosphate , flavoring, sweeteners: sodium cyclamate, sodium saccharin; dye: riboflavin 5 ‘- phosphate.
Magnesium is important for normal energy metabolism, for muscle function and promotes the reduction of tiredness.
It plays an important role in the enzymatic reactions in which ATP is involved, since in these reactions the active form of ATP is complexed with the magnesium ion.
At the level of the nervous system it performs a relaxing and calming action reducing the excitability of nerves and muscles. It reduces the secretion of adrenaline and is effective to dissolve cramps and relax any tensions that can cause headaches, nervousness, irritable bowel and stomach pains.
It regulates heart rhythm, counteracts episodes of tachycardia, and has a vasodilator action.
Potassium is essential for the proper functioning of cells, nerves and muscles. The level of Potassium must be kept constant in the blood and the organism manages to obtain this by balancing the quantity lost with that taken by feeding.
And that is why it is necessary to integrate it during physical activity, when its expenditure is particularly high. Potassium deficiencies can cause cramps, spasms and cardiac arrhythmias.
Finally, Choline contributes to normal cardiovascular function, antagonizing the effects of homocysteine whose values are correlated with greater risk of cardiovascular problems such as atherosclerosis.
Choline is involved in the metabolism and transport of lipids and cholesterol.
According to various studies choline also has hepatoprotective properties, against some hepatotoxic, cardioprotective and anti-inflammatory drugs. The adequate intake of choline causes a reduction in the concentrations of inflammatory markers and inflammatory cytokines, involved in the inflammatory process.
Choline is also indispensable for the integrity and fluidity of cell membranes acting as a precursor of phospholipid phosphatidylcholine.