Triple Magnesium Complex

Magnesium Supplementation for your health and wellbeing

Many of our clients were taking a magnesium product, it was not working for them and many were experiencing gastrointestinal upset (constipation) due to taking a blended product with high oxide content.  

So out of all the rubbish on the shelves I’ve finally found it!

Even better it was 100% natural and was provided by the main supplement provider of many athletes under High Performance Sports such as Lisa Carrington and Dame Valerie Adams.  It had evidence behind it. 

So far clients we have provided it too are loving it and one client after trying it for one night, had the best night sleep.

This magnesium supplement is different from other magnesium products

It consists of a trio of citrate, bisglycinate and taurate, all in their ‘fully reacted’ forms (not ‘blended’ or ‘buffered’, this means your body will absorb 100%.  Other supplements added magnesium oxide to artificially boost elemental label claims leaving some supplements only delivering 4% of mg to be absorbed by your body.   This product has no side effects – Yes – if you have taken magnesium, you’ll won’t feel blocked up with this choice.

What can Mg help me with?

  • Constant muscle spasms
  • Cramping  e.g. restless leg syndrome keeping you awake at night?
  • Find yourself with constipation? Mg can help!
  • Are you irritable, anxious or depressed? Mg can help!
  • Suffer from lethargy?  Can’t think and problems with remembering?  Chronically fatigued? Try it.
  • Suffer from epilepsy? 
  • Have preeclampsia?
  • Do you or know of anyone with Parkinson’s disease?
  • Can’t get to sleeping? This one is a biggy and Mg can help.
  • Suffer from headaches? Another biggy – try ourMg!
  • Have you been diagnosed with osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease, metabolic syndrome and type II diabetes (2, 3, 4 & 5).​

This is what this Triple Complex Magnesium can help you with!


You may not be getting enough – 75% of the population are not meeting a daily adequate intake of 300mg magnesium.

  • People who live on a diet that is high in refined and processed carbohydrates are at a higher risk of insufficiency/deficiency of Mg; this is becoming worryingly common and can have a significant negative impact on our health.
  • Prolonged deficiency in magnesium can result in bones being ‘leached’ of magnesium reserves, in turn compromising healthy bones (1)
  • While the absorption of magnesium varies depending on how much magnesium the body needs, studies consistently show us that when magnesium is taken in small doses throughout the day, it is taken up and retained more effectively than a single high dose which may actually lead to loose stools and diarrhoea.

With this magnesium supplement you take 3 tablets per day, or you could take one in the morning and two at night. 

I’ve tried Mg and it doesn’t work for me

Whilst choosing this quality supplements is paramount for effectiveness, it is also important to acknowledge factors affecting an individual’s magnesium levels.

You may be taking common drugs that interfere with magnesium absorption such as:
CimetidineRanitidine (Zantac™, Peptisoothe™), Famotidine (Pepzan™) that are H2 antihistamines.
Omeprazole, Lansoprazole and Pantoprazole that are proton pump inhibitors.
Laxatives that enhance excretion either via the GI tract (such as laxatives) or by renal loss (such as diuretics). 

If you are taking drugs for pre-existing health conditions such as:
Heart disease
Stomach disorders 
Kidney disease

The medication can further compromise magnesium status as they interfere with magnesium absorption and retention.

  1. Jahnen-Dechent W, Ketteler M. Magnesiumbasics. Clin Kidney J. 2012 Feb;5(Suppl 1):i3-i14.
  1. Eby GA, Eby KL. Rapid recovery from major depression using magnesium treatment.  Med Hypotheses. 2006;67(2):362-70.
  2. Volpe SL. Magnesium in disease prevention and overall health. Adv Nutr. 2013 May 1;4(3):378S-83S. doi: 10.3945/an.112.003483. Review.
  3. Gums JG. Magnesium in cardiovascular and other disorders. Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2004 Aug 1;61(15):1569-76. Review.
  4. Tong GM, Rude RK. Magnesium deficiency in critical illness. J Intensive Care Med. 2005 Jan-Feb;20(1):3-17. Review.
  5. de Baaij JH, Hoenderop JG, Bindels RJ Magnesium in man: implications for health and disease. Physiol Rev. 2015 Jan;95(1):1-46

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