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Can Sucrosomial® Magnesium forever banish muscle cramps, migraines, and depression? No.

Can it instantly eliminate stress and maximize your focus and memory? Absolutely not.

But can Sucrosomial® Magnesium improve athletic performance, mood, sleep, and bone and cardiovascular health? Yes. Or your money back.

And how can Sucrosomial® Magnesium do these things?

Magnesium is an essential mineral involved in hundreds of enzyme systems in the body that regulate critical processes like protein synthesis, muscle and nerve function, blood glucose control, and more.

Despite the importance of magnesium, however, research shows that approximately half of Americans aren’t meeting their daily magnesium needs.

These “subclinical deficiencies” are serious, too—they’re associated with an increased risk of numerous health problems, including impaired cardiovascular and bone health as well as early mortality.[8][9]

What’s more, while it’s possible to get enough magnesium to maintain health through diet alone, this can be difficult because . . .

  1. It requires eating several servings per day of foods that many people don’t eat, including pumpkin seeds, almonds, spinach, cashews, peanuts, oatmeal, and black beans.
  2. Fruit and vegetables contain much less magnesium than they did in the past.[10]
  3. Processing removes around 80% of magnesium from foods.[11]

Additionally, research suggests that the recommended daily allowance (RDA) for magnesium (between 300 and 420 mg/day for most people) is adequate for preventing a deficiency but may not produce optimal health and longevity, which should be the ultimate goal.[12]

Thus, many health-conscious people who eat a nutritious diet also choose to supplement with magnesium, and many choose Sucrosomial® magnesium in particular for its superior absorption.

So order now, try Sucrosomial® Magnesium risk free, and see for yourself why we believe it’s the perfect magnesium supplement.

Can Sucrosomial® Magnesium forever banish muscle cramps, migraines, and depression? No.

Can it instantly eliminate stress and maximize your focus and memory? Absolutely not.

But can Sucrosomial® Magnesium support athletic performance, mood, sleep, and bone and cardiovascular health?

Yes. Or your money back.

And how can Sucrosomial® Magnesium do these things?

Magnesium is an essential mineral involved in hundreds of enzyme systems in the body that regulate critical processes like protein synthesis, muscle and nerve function, blood glucose control, and more.

Despite the importance of magnesium, however, research shows that approximately half of Americans aren’t meeting their daily magnesium needs.

These “subclinical deficiencies” are serious, too—they’re associated with an increased risk of numerous health problems, including impaired cardiovascular and bone health as well as early mortality.[1][2]

What’s more, while it’s possible to get enough magnesium to maintain health through diet alone, this can be difficult because . . .

  1. It requires eating several servings per day of foods that many people don’t eat including pumpkin seeds, almonds, spinach, cashews, peanuts, oatmeal, and black beans.
  2. Fruit and vegetables contain much less magnesium than they did in the past.[4]
  3. Processing removes around 80% of magnesium from foods.[5]

Additionally, research suggests that the recommended daily allowance (RDA) for magnesium (between 300 and 420 mg/day for most people) is adequate for preventing a deficiency but may not produce optimal health and longevity, which should be the ultimate goal.[5]

Thus, many health-conscious people who eat a nutritious diet also choose to supplement with magnesium, and many choose Sucrosomial® magnesium in particular for its superior absorption.

  • 18 peer-reviewed scientific studies support Sucrosomial® Magnesium’s form and dose[6] That’s 197 pages of scientific research that shows Sucrosomial® Magnesium works exactly like we say it does.
  • Contains no artificial fillers, food dyes, or other chemical junk[7] While these types of chemicals may not be as dangerous as some people claim, studies suggest that regular consumption of them may indeed be harmful to our health. And that’s why you won’t find them in Sucrosomial® Magnesium.
  • Analyzed for purity and potency in a state-of-the-art ISO 17025 accredited lab[8] Every bottle of Sucrosomial® Magnesium is guaranteed to provide exactly what the label claims and nothing else—no heavy metals, microbes, allergens, or other contaminants.
  • Total formulation transparency (no proprietary blends)[9] This means you know exactly what’s in every serving of Sucrosomial® Magnesium—every dose of every ingredient—and can verify the accuracy and efficacy of the formulation.
  • Made in the USA with globally sourced ingredients in NSF-certified and FDA-inspected and cGMP-compliant facilities

Sucrosomial® Magnesium is also backed by our “No Return Necessary” money-back guarantee that works like this:

If you don’t absolutely love Sucrosomial® Magnesium, just let us know, and we’ll give you a full refund on the spot. No forms or returns necessary.

So order now, try Sucrosomial® Magnesium risk-free, and see for yourself why we believe it’s the perfect magnesium supplement.

Legion Magnesium Ingredients (150 milligrams per serving)

Sucrosomial® Magnesium (150 milligrams per serving)

Sucrosomial® magnesium is a type of magnesium that has been encased in sucresters (sucrose esters of fatty acids), which increases the bioavailability of the magnesium to a higher level than other more common forms of supplemental magnesium on the market, such as magnesium oxide and magnesium bisglycinate.[10]

This means that Sucrosomial® magnesium is better assimilated into bodily tissues in the body than other forms, where it’s used to create hundreds of enzymes and support thousands of chemical reactions necessary for optimal health.

Research shows that supplementation with Sucrosomial® magnesium . . .

The recommended daily allowance (RDA) for magnesium is 310-to-320 mg per day for women and 400 to 420 mg per day for men, and if you’re like most people, you’re getting at least halfway there through your diet–and possibly all of the way, especially if you eat several servings of magnesium-rich foods every day.

Therefore, we chose to include 150 mg of magnesium in each serving of Sucrosomial® Magnesium, which is enough to all but ensure you reach the RDA for magnesium and possibly enjoy the additional benefits associated with higher levels of intake.

No Artificial Food Dyes or Other Chemical Junk

Artificial food dyes aren’t a hazard per se, but studies show they can cause negative effects in some people, including gastrointestinal toxicity and behavioral disorders.[31][32][33][34][35]

No Artificial Food Dyes or Other Chemical Junk

Lab Tested for Potency & Purity

Every bottle of Sucrosomial® Magnesium is analyzed in a state-of-the-art ISO 17025 accredited lab to verify what is and isn’t in it. That way, you know exactly what you’re getting and putting into your body.

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Sucrosomial® Magnesium is naturally sourced from plants and animals and contains no artificial or synthetic substances of any kind.

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The active ingredient in Sucrosomial® Magnesium is backed by published scientific studies that show benefits in healthy humans.

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