Bioavailability of oral magnesium supplementation in female students evaluated from elimination of magnesium in 24-hour urine.

@article{Bhmer1990BioavailabilityOO,
  title={Bioavailability of oral magnesium supplementation in female students evaluated from elimination of magnesium in 24-hour urine.},
  author={Thomas B\ohmer and Arne Gustav R\oseth and Halvor Holm and S Weberg-Teigen and Larry Wahl},
  journal={Magnesium and trace elements},
  year={1990},
  volume={9 5},
  pages={272-8}
}
The bioavailability of Mg from different preparations after oral intake has been evaluated by measuring the Mg elimination in 24-hour urine during placebo and treatment periods in 18 normal female students receiving 15-20.6 mmol/day. The urine elimination was increased 0.9-1.3 mmol/24 h by (a) tablets containing Mg citrate/Mg lactate 5 mmol three times a day; (b) tablets containing Mg citrate/Mg lactate and Mg hydroxide, 5 mmol three times a day; (c) tablets containing Mg hydroxide (Emgesan 10… CONTINUE READING

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