Wake Up Maggie Has Three Kinds of Magnesium + Boron for the Best Absorbability.
4.78 oz powder ~ Serving Size: 2.25g , 1 scoop ~ Servings per Bottle: 60
120 Capsules ~ Serving Size: 4 capsules ~ Servings per bottle: 30
240 Capsules ~ Serving Size: 4 capsules ~ Servings per bottle: 60
Why take magnesium?
Because about 75% of the American population is deficient in magnesium. Processed food is a big contributing factor. It lacks many of the fundamental nutrients required to keep our bodies functioning properly, including magnesium. Organic3 created this balanced formula from three different kinds of magnesium so our bodies can get high quality magnesium in an easily absorbable form.
What's in Wake Up Maggie?
Organic3 created Wake Up Maggie by combining three different kinds of magnesium – magnesium taurate, magnesium orotate, and magnesium malate. They also included boron to boost absorption and because it's good for bone strength. This is a great mgnesium supplement for people on a keto diet, Paleo diet, Celiac diet, or the Weston Price Foundation's traditional diet. Organic3 recommends taking this twice during the day and then Good Night Maggie before bed.
What are some common signs of magnesium deficiency?
- Insomnia and problems sleeping
- Muscle cramping and twitching
- Osteoporosis or frequent bone breaking
- Muscle weakness and fatigue
- Mental issues – anxiety, apathy, depression
- High blood pressure
- Low energy
- Hormone problems
What are the potential health benefits of taking a great, natural magnesium supplement?
Did you know that magnesium is required for over 300 biochemical reactions in human bodies? It helps many parts of our body function properly and without it, things can go wrong.
- Good for heart health – helps prevent calcification of the arteries
- Helps immune system to function properly
- Used by our bodies to convert food to energy and many experience increased energy levels
- Anti-inflammatory agent
- Regulates neurotransmitters for better mood and brain function
- May help lower blood sugar
- Shown to help with high blood pressure
- May help prevent migraines
- Shown to improve symptoms of PMS – cramps, moodiness, fatigue & water retention
- Shown to help improve workouts
How do magnesium and calcium work together?
With all the news about osteoporosis over the past few decades, lots of products are now fortified with calcium – cereals, dairy products, dairy alternatives and orange juice to name a few. This may seem like a good thing, but in actuality, calcium without adequate levels of magnesium can cause problems. Magnesium is essential for the metabolism and absorption of calcium in our bodies. Magnsium helps calcium to be absorbed into in the blood instead of being deposited in kidneys, arteries, and joints and other soft tissue. This is known as calcification and happens when calcium isn't properly absorber into the blood.
Also, calcium helps our bones to be strong and hard, while magnesium helps them to be flexible, so they don't break easily. Calcium helps our muscles contract, while magnesium helps them release and lengthen – helps them relax. Dr. Mercola recommends taking twice as much mgnesium as calcium. So, if you're taking a calcium supplement, you should be taking a good magnesium supplement as well.
What makes Organic3 Wake Up Maggie such a high quality magnesium supplement?
Wake Up Maggie contains equal amounts of magnesium taurate, magnesium orotate and magnesium malate – three different kinds of elemental magnesium. Organic3 also added boron for maximum absorption of the elemental magnesium. There are no flavors or colors added.
- No Eggs
- Gluten free
- No Fish/Shellfish
- No Peanuts or tree nuts
- No yeast
- No soy
Suggested Use for Organic3 Wake Up Maggie:
Powder: Take 1 or 2 scoops daily in the morning or afternoon, or as recommended by your doctor. Mix in cold, hot or warm food or drinks. It's that easy!
Capsules: Take 4 capsules daily, two in the morning and two in the afternoon – not recommended for before bed.
Organic 3 recommends taking Wake up Maggie during the day and Good Night Maggie before bed.