Those of us that suffer from leg cramps know how difficult it can be to function every day.

Did you know that 80% of cramps are caused by magnesium deficiencies?

Magnesium is an essential mineral that demands attention when it comes to health assessment.

It is required by virtually every cell, and it’s vital in more than 350 chemical processes that sustain basic human health and function,
among those; muscle contraction and relaxation, nerve function, cardiac activity, blood pressure regulation, hormonal interactions, immunity, bone health and synthesis of proteins, fats and nucleic acids.

Magnesium is crucial for energy metabolism by the activation of enzymes known as ATPases, which are needed to generate ATP (Adenosine Tri-Phosphate).

When ATP is broken down, energy is released for all muscle contractions, this turnover is extremely high, meaning that ATP needs to be synthesized quickly. Exercising or racing with magnesium deficiency equals to cycling with insufficient wheels pressure.

Thus a deficiency of magnesium can limit energy production, leading to fatigue, reduced power, muscle twitches or cramps.

Deep deficiency of magnesium is also implicated in reduced bone density and increased risk of osteoporosis as well as irregular heart rate.

Athletes in particular might find it easy to explain away fatigue or muscle cramps, lowered immunity, and even altered heart rates, a simple magnesium deficiency could be the cause.

There is emerging evidence that magnesium requirements are significantly elevated in athletes, and that performance might benefit when the body is balanced. Aside from being used up in the production of energy, magnesium might also assist performance by reducing accumulation of lactic acid and reducing the perception of fatigue during strenuous exercise through its action on the nervous system. Magnesium is also lost through sweat, so athletes training or racing in hot and humid environments might further increase demands.

Magnesium, as most minerals, is not produced by the body, so it needs to be ingested daily through the consumption of magnesium-rich foods such as Cacao, Pumpkin seeds, whole grain cereals, leafy greens, other nuts and seeds.

Magnesium deficiency is actually quite common—


Surveys indicate more than 70 percent of the population consumes insufficient magnesium

This is probably because our eating habits generally rely on processed, high-starch and refined foods, which are all poor sources of this vital mineral.

MgSport was specially developed for these needs            

It contains a special Molecule of Magnesium, Vitamins E + B6 as absorption accelerators and Vitamin D.

It improves the absorption of Vitamin D and Calcium, to strengthen your bones

The special formula assures high absorption, which is superior in body availability than other products.

MgSport active ingredient was proven as 3 times more effective, than Magnesium Citrate, in intercellular absorption.