Smart products are the Epigenetics range of supplements that contain freeze dried extracts of plants containing organic sources of the specific nutrients. When natural sources of nutrients are added to synthetic compounds they act as biological catalysts for the body to function most efficiently.
A. Szent Gyorgy who discovered Vitamin C studied a disease involving capillary fragility of the walls of the blood vessels. He treated one group of laboratory animals with peppers, a natural food known to contain large amounts of Vitamin C. The second group received synthetic Vitamin C (ascorbic acid). The disease was cured only in the first group of animals.
It has been suggested that natural vitamins contain in association with them certain essential trace minerals as well as enzymes and co-enzymes that act as organic catalysts, without which they cannot achieve their full vital effects.
In each of our Smart Products, the natural source is from plants that contain the highest percentage of the active nutrient.
In Smart Magnesium, the natural substance is Buckwheat which is not a grain so people with a wheat or gluten intolerance should not be concerned.
Magnesium cofactors 70% of all known body enzymes and is vital to both energy production and neuronal firing.
It is also important for skeletal development and maintaining electrical potential in nerve and muscle membranes. Magnesium also acts as a co-factor for enzymes requiring ATP, and it is closely involved with calcium in metabolism. an essential mineral nutrient for life and is present in every cell type in every organism.
Food sources of magnesium include cereals, leafy green vegetables and soybeans, raw nuts and fruit. As with most nutrients, daily needs for magnesium are unlikely to be met by one serving of any single food. Eating a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, and grains will help ensure adequate intake of magnesium.
Inadequate magnesium intake frequently causes muscle spasms and has been associated with cardiovascular disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, anxiety disorders, migraines, osteoporosis, and cerebral infarction. Acute deficiency (hypomagnesemia) is rare and there is no evidence that large dietary intakes are harmful to humans with normal renal function.