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15% OFF Key Minerals for Your Health: Magnesium, Calcium & Zinc

Magnesium

Magnesium is one of the most common nutritional deficiencies. In fact, the National Institute of Health suggest that up to 90% of Americans may be deficient. Since magnesium is involved in over 300 biochemical processes, it's very important to have adequate levels.  Magnesium can help with...

  • Getting to sleep and promotes deeper REM sleep
  • Muscle pain, cramps, spasm and restless legs
  • Relax and support blood vessels 
  • Chocolate cravings (yes! chocolate cravings)
  • Other areas include head tension, mood support and constipation (Magnesium Citrate or Mixed Magnesium is best for constipation)

Many of our customer refer to magnesium as “the miracle supplement” because it helps so many different areas of the body. No wonder it's our best selling product.

Calcium

Calcium is the most abundant mineral in our body.  Almost all of it is in our bones and teeth but some calcium can be found in our bloodstream.  In addition to benefiting your bones, calcium contributes to better sleep and even helps protect against colon cancer according to The Journal of the National Cancer Institute.

Not all calcium supplements are the same.  NutriKey Activated Calcium has three different forms of highly absorbable forms of calcium. It's designed to send the calcium to places in the body that needs it.  Be careful of supplements that contain calcium carbonate. Calcium carbonate is very poorly absorbed and may do more harm than good.  

Zinc

Do you always feel like you need a sweet after a meal? Do you still get the dreaded acne? Do you feel like you are sick all the time? If you answered yes to one or all of these questions, you may be zinc deficient. Zinc boosts our i­mmunity to help fight viral and bacterial infections and supports good skin, hair, and even wound healing by supporting the mucosal membranes. It is known that when zinc levels decrease acne severity will increase.

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