If You're Like An Estimated 80% Of Americans...

Magnesium Is The Most Important Mineral MISSING From Your Diet...

And This Deficiency Is Forcing You To Suffer Pain,
Stress And An Increased Risk Of:

  • High blood pressure and cardiovascular disease
  • Leg cramps and sore muscles
  • Osteoporosis
  • Migraine headaches
  • Type 2 diabetes

Now, at last, you can protect yourself against the many health risks associated with magnesium deficiency... WITHOUT expensive prescriptions or dangerous side effects!

Keep reading to discover the secret!

Dr. CharlesDear Friend,

Hello, I'm Dr. Charles Livingston, here with some very exciting news for the 80% of you who are suffering right now from the painful symptoms and dangerous health risks of magnesium deficiency.

From now on, you no longer have to put up with painful leg cramps, debilitating migraine headaches, insomnia, irritability, sore muscles and joints, fatigue, stress and other telltale symptoms that come from not getting enough magnesium in your diet.

Woman painYou no longer have to endure the fear and worry that comes with an increased risk of type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis and early death – health risks all associated with magnesium deficiency.

Our brand new supplement rapidly brings your body's magnesium levels back into healthy balance, so you can enjoy less pain, more relaxation, restful sleep and natural stress relief... as well as dramatically improved defense against a wide array of modern life's deadliest diseases.

Plus, you'll enjoy all of these health benefits without the digestive problems and other side effects typically associated with magnesium supplements.

I've got even more good news to share with you, but first...

Just look at how magnesium
benefits your health

Magnesium has been proven to help:

  • Treat and prevent muscle cramps
  • Relieve premenstrual migraines, irritability, low mood, cramps and other symptoms of PMS
  • Prevent the formation of gallstones in men
  • Offer rapid recovery from major depression
  • Soothe fibromyalgia and chronic pain
  • Improve heart health and lower risk of heart disease
  • Contribute to a longer, healthier life

Suzy Cohen R.Ph“America's Most Trusted Pharmacist”

Magnesium has been proven to help:

I feel that magnesium is so important that without enough of it in your system, you will suffer more disease in your lifetime and die sooner than if you had normal, healthy levels.

Given how important magnesium is to our health, and considering the fact that as many as 8 out of 10 Americans are deficient in this mineral, the obvious question becomes:


Why are you magnesium deficient?

Most experts agree that three of the leading causes of
magnesium deficiency today are:


because they contain phosphates that sap your body of precious magnesium...


and worry because magnesium is the stress-relief mineral and with our hectic modern lives our bodies have a hard time producing enough supply to meet demand...


which often contain chemicals that bind to magnesium making it completely useless to your body...

Coca Cola

But, perhaps the biggest contributor to the growing magnesium deficiency pandemic has to do with the foods we eat. Most of us believe that eating a diet rich in fresh fruits and vegetables will supply our bodies with the vitamins and minerals we need to be healthy.

Unfortunately, that's not the case. And it's an error that is robbing millions of people of the good health they deserve.

Let me explain why...

Is Your Body Leptin Resistant?

As few as 50 years ago people didn't need to worry about magnesium deficiency. They were able to get all the magnesium their body's needed from natural sources like leafy green vegetables, nuts, seeds, whole grains – even water!

But when it comes to food production, the wholesome local farms of a half century ago are a world away from the industrialized mega farms that supply your local grocery store today.

You see, these multi-billion dollar farm corporations soak their fruits and vegetables in toxic herbicides and pesticides all while growing them as quickly as they can in order to keep their profit margins as high as possible.

This results in soil that is leeched of its natural minerals (like magnesium) and foods that aren't nearly as healthful today as they were in the past.


A 2011 article in the magazine Scientific American states:

“...fruits and vegetables grown decades ago were much richer in vitamins and minerals than the varieties most of us get today. The main culprit in this disturbing nutritional trend is soil depletion: Modern intensive agricultural methods have stripped increasing amounts of nutrients from the soil in which the foods we eat grow. Sadly, each successive generation of fast-growing, pest-resistant carrot is truly less good for you than the one before.“

Scientific American

Does that mean you should give up cabbage and cauliflower and go for candy bars and cake instead? No, of course not.

A diet rich in fruits and vegetables is essential to your good health. But, you should know that chances are good the fruits and veggies you eat aren't nearly as nutritious as you think they are.

And that could put you at risk for magnesium deficiency.

It's for this reason that I echo the opinion of medical professionals like Dr. Carolyn Dean MD, ND – author of the best-selling The Magnesium Miracle – that everyone should supplement with magnesium on a daily basis.

But there's a catch...

Most magnesium supplements are ineffective

If you've ever tried any of the common magnesium supplements (think: Milk of Magnesia or Epsom salt), then I'd understand if you raised a skeptical eyebrow when I endorsed daily supplementing with magnesium.

After all, when people think about magnesium supplements they tend to remember them for their laxative properties... and unexpected trips to the bathroom aren't something you want to deal with every day!


Many magnesium supplements are polluted with binders and fillers (including crushed rock!) that greatly reduce their effectiveness.


The risks of living with magnesium deficiency are too high, but a great many of the available magnesium supplements are too ineffective, too expensive, or both.


That's why what I'm about to share with you has the power to change your life and health forever.

Now, there's finally a natural way to restore your magnesium levels that really works.

It's called...IsoMagnesium


It works





IsoMagnesium restores your body's
magnesium levels – safely and naturally!

So your muscle cramps and headaches fade away... your stress and tension relaxes... and you're better protected against high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes and more … all without the risks of prescription drugs!

RESULT?You remember what it feels like to feel GREAT!

You'll find that your leg cramps no longer keep you up at night... your migraines won't be as intense or last as long and they might disappear altogether... your mood will stabilize and you can look forward to sunnier, happier days in your future...

You'll find that you sleep better at night and feel more relaxed... Your bones will be stronger, healthier... and what do you think it will do for your peace of mind when you know that you've reduced your risk for a “murderer's row” of deadly diseases?

And all this from three easy-to-swallow capsules a day.

Sounds too good to be true?

Let's take a look at what makes IsoMagnesium so powerful and unique...

A magnesium supplement like no other...It's bonded with malate for higher absorption

What makes IsoMagnesium so effective at soothing pain and tension and balancing your body's magnesium levels?

In a word: malate.

Malate is a natural substance found in apples, cherries and grapes that gives these popular fruits their distinctively tart taste. When bonded to magnesium it becomes magnesium malate – one of the most highly soluble forms of magnesium known to science.

That means unlike many magnesium supplements that are poorly absorbed because of their chemical structure, laxative effect, and too many binders or coatings, IsoMagnesium rushes magnesium straight to your bloodstream and nervous system.

Our proprietary magnesium malate formula is unlike anything else on the market. And when you try it for the first time you'll be amazed at how quickly you feel it working to deliver the balanced, vibrant health you deserve.

But it's not just our unique formula that sets IsoMagnesium apart from the crowd...

Proudly Made Right
Here In The USA

Because we're talking about your health and the health of your family, here's something important I think you need to know.

Most people don't realize it, but the ingredients of many vitamins and supplements today come from China. Why is this important?

It's important because these products are produced with little to no supervision, guidelines or quality standards.

Remember a couple of years ago when tens of thousands of beloved pets in homes across America dropped dead because of contaminated pet food and treats from China?

None of our ingredients come from China. That's the first reason why you can trust this product. But that's just the start...

You can trust the purity, safety and effectiveness of IsoMagnesium because:

  • Every batch of IsoMagnesium is crafted in a hi-tech, multi-million dollar, 80,000 square foot FDA-inspected facility in Atlanta, Georgia (so you know you're getting a supplement you can trust)...
  • The IsoMagnesium proprietary formula is incredibly pure and includes no corn, soy, egg, gluten, wheat, salt, yeast, starch, shellfish, preservatives, additives, or pollutants of any kind...
  • IsoMagnesium is side-effect free and won't upset your stomach or cause you to make any unexpected trips to the bathroom...
  • IsoMagnesium starts absorbing immediately and continues to work better and better as you use it over time...
  • IsoMagnesium is so easy to take: Your dose is delivered in small, easy-to-swallow capsules, NOT messy powders or a foul-tasting liquid...

In my professional opinion, IsoMagnesium is the purest, safest, and most effective magnesium supplement on the market today. View Ingredients.

How IsoMagnesium is different from other products:


You can safely take IsoMagnesium every day

IsoMagnesium effectively relieves leg and muscle cramps

No messy powders or foul-tasting liquids to choke down

Good Manufacturing Practice Certified

Proudly made in the USA

High-absorption proprietary magnesium malate formula

Imagine how you'll feel 14 days from now...

If you're choosing IsoMagnesium to rush relief from leg cramps, you'll be thrilled at how quickly it works. Patients who have tested this formula watched as their leg cramps faded away and disappeared in as little as 14 days!

If you're choosing IsoMagnesium because you're eager for relief from migraines, chronic fatigue, stress, PMS symptoms or just to experience better overall health, I'm convinced that no other magnesium supplement will help you achieve results faster.

All it takes is three easy-to-swallow capsules of IsoMagnesium a day. Soon after you've taken it, you'll begin to feel it working.

But you don't have to simply take my word for it. Just take advantage of your...


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Try IsoMagnesium today. You're going to love the results you get with this supplement. But, in the unlikely event that IsoMagnesium doesn't exceed your expectations, if you're unsatisfied for any reason (or no reason at all), you have nothing to worry about.

Simply return the unused portion within 60 days and we'll cheerfully refund every penny of your purchase (minus shipping & handling), no questions asked.

In other words, you risk absolutely nothing when you try IsoMagnesium today.

But you do need to act fast...

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Supplies Are Extremely Limited:

I can't tell you how excited I am to finally be able to make IsoMagnesium available to the public. We've poured tens of thousands of hours of research and many hundreds of thousands of dollars into developing what I believe is the very best magnesium supplement on the market.

When I think of all the people whose lives would benefit from suffering fewer painful leg and muscle cramps, migraine headaches, bouts of insomnia... less irritability and stress... and reduced risk of high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, osteoporosis and early death... all symptoms, diseases and disorders linked to magnesium deficiency... I want to make IsoMagnesium available to every woman and man who asks for it.

Unfortunately, that just isn't possible.

Although we're proud to make IsoMagnesium here in America at an FDA-inspected facility and under Good Manufacturing Practice guidelines (because this ensures you'll always get the purest, safest supplement available), one consequence of these high production standards is that we can only make a very limited amount of IsoMagnesium at any given time.

This is a brand new supplement and it's being offered here for the very first time. I expect our limited supply to sell out in days – if not sooner.

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