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Nutrition to Enjoy the Later Period of Life


03 Aug 2017 --- The supplementation with magnesium can improve glucose metabolism and insulin sensitivity as well. An essential requirement for a permanent supplementation is the intake of well-tolerated and highly bioavailable magnesium salts, such as magnesium bisglycinate or magnesium citrate.

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