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A Restful Night's Sleep is Just a Mineral Away!










Do you struggle to fall asleep and stay asleep?

Or, maybe you toss and turn all night, waking groggy and fatigued?



5 Ways Magnesium Supports a Better Night's Sleep

1. It helps the body relax

Magnesium is crucial for EVERY cell in your body and helps to balance your nervous system by shifting you from fight or flightmode to rest and digest mode. 1

2. It helps improve symptoms of insomnia

Magnesium can help you fall asleep more quickly (no more watching the hours tick by, just wishing you could fall asleep – yay!), and stay asleep longer! 2

3. It helps improve sleep quality

Magnesium promotes deeper, more restful sleep and REM (the restorative sleep cycle)
so you can awake rested and energized.

4. It helps regulate melatonin and cortisol

Magnesium can help regulate and increase levels of melatonin – the sleep hormone- and help decrease levels of cortisol – the stress hormone.2

5. It helps reduce muscle cramps

Magnesium plays a critical role in muscle function. Sufficient magnesium levels can help keep involuntary muscle contractions, like muscle spasms, cramps and restless leg syndrome, at bay so you can sleep more soundly through the night.

Are you ready to experience a
more restful night's sleep?

A whopping 61% of the U.S. population is magnesium defient3...
Are you one of them?

You might be thinking, "how can that be?"

Well, even if you were to eat a diet high in magnesium-rich foods, such as leafy greens, avocados, nuts and seeds, industrialized agriculture has depleted our soils of rich minerals, ultimately depleting our foods of those minerals as well.

Choosing organic, locally sourced magnesium-rich foods can help, however, for many of us, supplementation is still needed to achieve ideal magnesium levels to support restful sleep and relaxation.

What Customers Are Saying
About NutriKey™ Magnesium...

The “go-to” recommendation for sleep by the licensed dietitians and nutritionists at our sister company, Nutritional Weight & Wellness, is magnesium because it is THE most powerful relaxation mineral.

On more than one occasion, Nutritional Weight & Wellness clients have referred to magnesium as "the miracle supplement” because it benefits so many areas of the body.

Love it!

As a stylist, taking this product helps my muscles relax and get a good night's sleep. Love buying quality products!!!

- Shelli, Magnesium Glycinate 100

Sleep like a baby!

I am thrilled with NutriKey Mixed Magnesium. No more leg cramps thank goodness! I also am sleeping better than I have in years. This product is worth every penny.

- Betty, Mixed Magnesium

Works like a charm!

Great supplement for digestive health, better than Dulcolax or anything over the counter that I have tried! I take 3-4 each night and by morning it works like a charm!

-Barbara, Mixed Magnesium


So, which magnesium will you choose?

Highly absorbable, chelated magnesium to support relaxation sleep, and muscle and bone health.

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Highly absorbable, chelated magnesium to support relaxation sleep, and muscle and bone health.

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Highly absorbably combination of magnesium glycinate and citrate to support sleep, muscle function and digestion (constipation).

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Bioavailable blend of magnesium citrate and calcium citrate to support muscle and bone health, and digestion (constipation).

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Not sure which magnesium is right for you?
Take our magnesium quiz to find out!

Why Buy From NutriKey?

Our products are professional grade, pass rigorous quality and purity standards, and have been used successfully by our Nutritional Weight & Wellness staff and clients for over 15 years. NutriKey supplements and products are well absorbed, effective, and free of contaminants, fillers and additives.

Additional Supplements to Support Quality Sleep

If magnesium doesn't do the trick (because everyone is unique!), here are two additional supplements the licensed dietitians and nutritionists at Nutritional Weight & Wellness recommend to improve sleep quality. 4

Precursor to the neurotransmitter serotonin and may help balance moods and improve sleep patters at bedtime.

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"I’m a terrible sleeper - I have been for most of my life. I read an article from Nutritional Weight & Wellness about sleep and that magnesium and 5HTP might help. I called and Carla listened to my insomnia story. She suggested Mixed Magnesium and this product. Oh my goodness! I couldn’t be happier. I take 2 of these and 3 Magnesium an hour before bed and 7 of 8 nights I have fallen asleep for 8+ hours. I say if you’re a bad sleeper, give these products a try. Thanks Carla for listening and helping me." -Carolyn

Stimulates production of the calming neurotransmitter GABA to support focus, relaxation and sleep.

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"I take this for sleeping along with magnesium and it really helps me have a deeper sleep. Lately, I have been buying different brands and I noticed I wasn't sleeping as well and I was waking up much more during the night. I just switched back to this brand and after just one night I have noticed a big difference. I had the best night of sleep in a long time. It pays to buy quality." - Julie


1. Enjoy a healthy bedtime snack, like Chocolately Fat Bombs!

Low blood sugar levels might be the reason you are waking up in the middle of the night! A healthy bedtime snack can help balance blood sugar throughout the night to help you stay alseep longer.

Chocolately Fat Bombs Recipe | Makes 12 Servings

1/2 cup coconut oil
1/2 cup peanut or almond butter (free of harmful oils)
2 scoops Key Greens & Fruits, Chocolate

1. Melt ingredients together and pour into a candy mold or cupcake pan
2. Refrigerate until cool and set-up
3. Enjoy one as a bedtime snack!

2. Decrease (or eliminate) caffeine intake

3. Establish a consistent sleep schedule Monday-Sunday

4. Turn off electronics at least one hour prior to bed

5. Turn down the thermostat



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3- “Micronutrient Inadequacies in the US Population: An Overview.” Linus Pauling Institute, 14 Apr. 2022,