Interested in getting some feedback from people about what the best type of Magnesium for palps is. I know it is either Mag Taurate, Mag Citrate, or Mag Glycinate. I am leaning toward the Glycinate. Currently I take 450 mg. of Mag Oxide every day but it doesnt do too much. I know it is poorly absorbed compared to the others.
I take what my cardiologist recommended It is called Mag-Tab SR they are 84mg tablets and I take 2 tabs twice a day. They are magnesium L-lactate diHydrate They like all magnesium over the counter and I pay $15.09 for 60 tabs. Some insurance companies will cover the cost if the Dr actually prescribes them in writing.
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