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Magnesium Bisglycinate as safe form for mineral supplementation in human nutrition

@inproceedings{Siebrecht2013MagnesiumBA,
  title={Magnesium Bisglycinate as safe form for mineral supplementation in human nutrition},
  author={Stefan Siebrecht},
  year={2013}
}
Summary Magnesium bisglycinate is a unique and safe form of magnesium that is useful for human nutrition. Magnesium bisglycinate is a stable and highly bioavailable chelate mineral complex that is absorbed in a different way via the dipeptide channel in the intestine and the magnesium bisglycinate does not compete with the ionic metals vying for the same transport sites in the small intestine. The chelate character reduces the competition with other minerals such as calcium for example and… Expand
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