The Best Magnesium Supplements

Vitabiotics | Published: 17/06/2021

The Best Magnesium Supplements

Safeguard Your Intake Of This Essential Mineral With One Of Our Best Magnesium Supplements

Magnesium is an essential mineral, important for a number of biological processes in the body.

It can be found in various foods such as wholegrains, dark chocolate, dark leafy greens, nuts and tofu.

However, if you feel that you aren’t getting enough magnesium through your diet, taking a supplement can help safeguard your intake.

Why Do We Need Magnesium?

There are a number of key reasons why we need magnesium.

It contributes to normal energy release, by turning the food we eat into energy, and also contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.

Magnesium also contributes to bone and teeth health. It does this by ensuring the parathyroid glands, which produce hormones important for bone health, work as they should.

Ensuring bones stay healthy is important to people of all ages, but especially as we get older.

Magnesium also has a role in the normal functioning of the nervous system as well as having a role in normal cell division.

It contributes to normal protein synthesis and electrolyte balance in our bodies and contributes to normal psychological function.

How Much Magnesium Do We Need?

In the UK, The Department of Health and Social Care states that men aged 19-64 years old need 300 milligrams (mg) of magnesium a day whilst women in the same age bracket need 270mg.

They add that you should be able to get all the magnesium you need by eating a varied and balanced diet. Despite this, the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) claim that magnesium intakes determined as being ‘too low’, are actually common in the UK.

The UK Department of Health and Social Care claims that having 400mg or less a day of magnesium from supplements is unlikely to cause any harm. All of Vitabiotics’ supplements contain less than 400mg per daily intake.

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Our Best Magnesium Supplements

Vitabiotics Ultra Magnesium delivers 100% of the Nutrient Reference Value (NRV) of magnesium, providing 375mg.

It’s ideal for anyone seeking extra bone support. It’s also suitable for anyone with hectic lives and the over 50s.

Magnesium Supplements For Bone Health

Osteocare Original contains 300mg of magnesium per 2 tablets. As well as magnesium, which contributes to the maintenance of normal bones, this supplement contains calcium, vitamin D and zinc, which are also important for bone health.

For those who have difficulty swallowing tablets, Osteocare Original is also available in a chewable tablet and in liquid form.

Osteocare Fizz is an effervescent tablet which contains 60mg of magnesium.

This orange flavoured drink contains magnesium, as well as calcium, vitamin D and zinc, which all contribute to the maintenance of normal bones.

Osteocare Fizz also provides vitamin C.

Osteocare Plus offers advanced support. As well as the Osteocare formula, which contains 300mg of magnesium plus other nutrients important for bone health, Osteocare Plus also contains added soy isoflavones and omega-3 capsules.

Osteocare Glucosamine and Chondroitin provides 150mg of magnesium. This comprehensive formula contains magnesium, vitamin D, calcium and zinc, as well as copper, which contributes to the maintenance of normal connective tissues, plus glucosamine, chondroitin and ginger root extract.

Our Best Magnesium Supplements For Energy

Wellwoman Energy offers an advanced effervescent formula, providing essential nutrients needed for energy release. Each tablet contains 60mg of magnesium, as well as other nutrients such as vitamins B6 and B1 and iron. Wellwoman Energy is available in orange and lime flavours and each tablet contains just 9 calories.

Wellman Energy also provides 60mg of magnesium per tablet, and is ideal for an extra nutritional boost, whenever you need it. Each effervescent tablet also contains vitamins B6 and B1 as well as iron which contributes to normal energy release.

Meet the Author

lucy gornall

lucy gornall


lucy gornall


Lucy is an award winning freelance health, fitness and wellbeing journalist and copywriter. She is also a personal trainer, teaching at London based studios. With 10 years of journalistic experience under her belt, Lucy was formerly a health editor across various women’s magazines and also editor for a national women’s glossy title. She now writes for various publications whilst also working on various branded content

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