Non-GMO | Gluten Free | 90 Vegetarian Capsules NPN 80080481
Maintains proper muscle function
- Helps maintain proper muscle function, including the heart muscle
- Source of minerals to support biological functions for the maintenance of good health
- Helps in energy metabolism, tissue formation, and normal growth and development
- Contributes to the development and maintenance of bones and teeth
- Assists in maintaining normal electrolyte balance
- Supports the body’s ability to metabolize nutrients
FibroSense is a natural source of magnesium and malic acid designed to support healthy muscle function and energy metabolism in women with fibromyalgia. This non-GMO and gluten-free formula addresses soreness and fatigue in working muscles by helping to maintain normal electrolyte balance and supporting the body’s ability to metabolize nutrients.
Recommended adult dose:
1–3 capsules daily with food or as directed by a health care practitioner.
Each Vegetarian Capsule Contains
|Magnesium (bisglycinate, oxide)||83.333 mg|
|L-malic acid||400 mg|
Glycine, vegetarian capsule (carbohydrate gum, purified water), microcrystalline cellulose, vegetable grade magnesium stearate (lubricant), silica.
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References and Studies:
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- Welch, A.A., Kelaiditi, E., Jennings, A., et al. (2016). Dietary magnesium is positively associated with skeletal muscle power and indices of muscle mass and may attenuate the association between circulating c-reactive protein and muscle mass in women. J Bone Miner Res, 31(2), 317-25.
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- Abraham, G.E., Flechas, J.D. (2009). Management of fibromyalgia: rational for the use of magnesium and malic acid. J Nutr Med, 3(1):49-59.
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