Do not mix magnesium and calcium, overdose of vitamins, etc.
Working outside, I have a special diet with one real meal a day. I think I am slightly deficient and therefore I bought Azinc Optimal adult from which I take only 1 capsule, to provide between 5 and 75% of my recommended daily intake of various vitamins and minerals, to supplement my intake through food.
But it turns out that for calcium and magnesium, Azinc only provides 13% of the RDI for 2 capsules, or 6.5% for the capsule I take. Knowing that I drink little water (and water not rich in magnesium and calcium), that I sometimes do not eat dairy products and other foods containing these elements on certain days, I think I have a small deficiency, especially in magnesium, due to characteristic disturbances.
I would therefore like to complete Azinc. The problem is that almost all magnesium supplements come with vitamin B6 (and an Azinc capsule already provides 70% of the RDI, I must be well above 100% with what I eat), or else there are calcium + magnesium associations, etc.
1) Do you know of a food supplement that only provides magnesium, on its own?
2) I heard everything and its opposite on the association of calcium and magnesium, like what it was dangerous and that doctors recommended to take them separately, or the water contains both, and arkovital type supplements of arkopharma associates them. Perhaps it is the combination of the two in a synthetic way, in addition, which is dangerous? I will need some clarification on that.
3) If I take a magnesium + vitamin B6 supplement, can I alternate every other day between that and Azinc to avoid an overdose of vitamin B6? And speaking of overdose, imagine that Azinc gives me 1mg of B6, magnesium maybe 0.5mg, how much does the diet give me on average, maybe 0.5mg too, that would make a little more of 2mg per day, see 3, how much risky is the b6 in the long term?
4) How is it going for the assimilation, and the benefits, of food supplements? For example, I thought I would later take a capsule of Azinc every other day, just to slightly standardize (not as much as with 2 a day) my vitamin intake, etc. How does it work in fact, the vitamins that I take via Azinc no longer “work”, are no longer present in my body / evacuated after a few hours, or do they not help to fill my deficiencies? To reduce small deficiencies, it is necessary to take supplements regularly, every day, or a capsule from time to time is sufficient to supplement the diet?
thank you for the information
To find out if you have any deficiencies, you should do a blood test
Otherwise, vitamin B6 must always be associated with trace elements such as zinc, magnesium, etc …, because it is this which allows assimilation in the body.
Regarding the combination, it is possible:
A dose above 2000 mg over a long period could lead to a risk of kidney stones. The combination of
calcium, magnesium and vitamin D is necessary
to promote good assimilation of calcium.Otherwise, if the amount of vitamin D is insufficient, calcium cannot be fixed and decalcification may even appear. So be careful, too much calcium can reverse the effects of calcium.
Yes so we hear everything and its opposite on the association calcium + magnesium what
up of the topic
1 euro 50 per sachet in pharmacies
to be dissolved in a liter of water
80% of people have a deficiency in magnesium while this mineral is important
and to come back to calcium, the ad tells anneries
the best soruces are not cottage cheese grandma thing but vegetables like broccoli
needless to say that it is better to rely on your own research than on the ads and media
that are there to sell
not to ensure that people are healthy
my personal health
library counts at least fifty pounds.
I think everyone should have their personal library to avoid buying anything
Grand Master International
To answer your question on magnesium there are products based on magnesium alone in the Equi-Nutri Laboratory such as Magnesium 500 (pidolate) for example. The pidolate support allows a better assimiltation to your body.
However, if you are taking Azinc, already check the doses of magnesium you absorb daily. If there is no magnesium, you can take this 500 magnesium at a rate of 2 or 3 capsules per day.
It is important to check what you are taking at the base so as not to overdo it by over-dosing.
According to the sites and also a person from arkopharma, Azinc optimal adult provides 13% of the RDI in calcium and magnesium for 2 capsules.
Knowing that I take only one per day to precisely avoid vitamin overdoses with the large meal that I eat in the evening, that means that this capsule brings me 6.5% of my RDA in calcium and magnesium.
I think that with vegetables and dairy products + water, I must be on more than 50% calcium per day.
On the other hand for magnesium it is not sure, and I have symptoms which seem to be associated with a deficiency, so I would have liked to supplement my diet there too by a small contribution, like 30%, not to exceed 100% of the RDI with my meal.
And concerning the calcium / magnesium association in the tablets, what do you think then?