confused1 wrote:Yes but that form has good heart benefits. Mag threonate penetrates the blood brain barrier. Mag chloride and sulfate get absorbed into muscle. So different forms get used differently. Do some research and you'll find the best for you. All mag is not created equal.guitarplayer007 wrote:This study is for CHF, I have CVD aren't they completely different?
ofonorow wrote:There are muscles in the arteries that dilate/contract in times of need/stress - allowing more blood flow, or restricting the diameter to increase blood pressure - unless you arteries are stiff and calcified. In theory calcified arteries from lack of vitamin K (usually induced by heart medications by the way) would overcome any advantage that NO induced from arginine might offer. However, Arginine has many other helpful benefits, especially for men
Sorry, I didn't mean to confuse anyone. I think any mag you take is beneficial, different forms might target different things a little better. Here's an article I found that may help.francisunderwood wrote:
The article mentions magnesium orotate, is it similar to the threonate? This is very confusing. I currently take the doctors best magnesium glycinate/lysinate chelate form and wonder if I should be taking more than one form and if the one I take now is okay, ideas?