We all have felt it. The chill in the air, the crunch of leaves beneath our feet and the smile on your face as you see your first Christmas lights of the year. It’s that time again, the beautiful holiday season. One thing we all know, however, is that with all this comfy fireside sitting and snow days also comes the unwanted. Colds, coughs, and even that extra layer of winter weight to keep us warm.
New strides are being made in the field of seizure relief almost every year. From prescription medication to medicinal marijuana, seizures are becoming slowly but surely more easy to manage. But new research has found another tool to throw in the seizure-fighting tool box; magnesium.
In the world of strength training, the average lifter probably stops their supplementation at protein powder and creatine. The enthusiasts might drop the extra coin for branch chain amino acids, beta alanine, zinc and fish oil. These pills and powders help improve performance in and out of the gym undoubtedly, but magnesium rarely makes the list for essential supplements for a strength athlete.
Here at Mg12, we have found a new benefit to our products previously unknown. Thanks to our avid user and supporter, the wonderfully talented Pam Stone. Mg12 can help relieve the symptoms of Raynaud’s Disease.