Focus & muscle support


  • Energy boost1
  • Stimulates the muscles2
  • Improves concentration3
  • Extends performance duration4

1 Magnesium contributes to a normal energy-generating metabolism

2 Magnesium contributes to normal muscle function

3 Magnesium contributes to a normal psychological function such as concentration

4 Magnesium contributes to the reduction of fatigue and fatigue

What's it good for?

Increased magnesium need

Adults need 360-420 mg of elemental magnesium per day. But due to the intense processing of our food, a typical western diet contains a maximum of 200 mg of magnesium. Magnesium is found in various foods such as spinach, nuts and beans.

Refined food, medicines (e.g. antacids, diuretics), misuse of soft drinks, chemicals in the environment, poorly functioning intestines (e.g. Crohn's disease) or dysfunction of the kidneys cause an increased magnesium requirement. Another important cause of magnesium deficiency is chronic stress both physically (work, sport) and mentally.

View research
Types of magnesium

The supply of magnesium supplements is large. They come in different doses, salts (organic, inorganic) and forms of administration (solid, liquid). According to various scientific studies, the absorption of organic compounds (e.g. magnesium citrate) is considerably better than that of inorganic salts (e.g. magnesium oxide).

View research
Magnesium deficiency cannot be detected by blood analysis.

The results of a blood analysis are not a correct representation of the body's magnesium reserves. This is because less than 2% of the total amount of magnesium is present in the blood. The rest is located in the bone tissue (67%) and intracellular (31%). Therefore, an intracellular magnesium deficiency can never be detected with blood analysis.

View research


Focus & muscle support: Magnesium


Magnesiumcitrate: 1080 mg

Magnesium: 150 mg (40% RI*)





Breakfast & 1h before sport