Iso Magnesium

About Iso Magnesium

  • Helps treat and prevent muscle cramps*
  • Improves heart health and lower risk of heart disease*
  • May soothe fibromyalgia and chronic pain*


90 Capsules, 30-Day Supply

Suggested Use:

3 capsules daily

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Features & Benefits

4 Reasons Solving Your Magnesium Deficiency Can Change Your Life

Research estimates that up to 80% of Americans are deficient in one of the most vital minerals on Earth – magnesium.

Most people don't realize that a magnesium deficiency can have severe consequences, such as increased risk for high blood pressure and heart disease, type 2 diabetes, osteoporosis, migraines, and even depression. Plus, without enough magnesium in your diet, you might suffer from leg cramps, chronic pain, and worsened PMS symptoms.

You may not have any noticeable symptoms yet, but you are more likely to be deficient in magnesium if you drink cola or alcohol on a regular basis, take antibiotics or other prescription drugs, or if you're under constant stress.

Fortunately, your magnesium deficiency is easy to resolve with IsoMagnesium!

Reduce Your Risk Of High Blood Pressure And Cardiovascular Disease

Reason #1

Reduce Your Risk Of High Blood Pressure And Cardiovascular Disease

High blood pressure dramatically increases the risk of stroke, heart attack, kidney disease, and chronic heart failure. Each year, high blood pressure causes over 360,000 deaths in America alone.

Even if you eat a well-balanced diet, you might still have a magnesium deficiency due to poor absorption of magnesium and because of nutrient depletion in crop soil.

Numerous lifestyle factors can contribute to high blood pressure, but for many folks, it's the result of low magnesium in their diet. According to several in-depth studies, magnesium supplementation can significantly reduce high blood pressure in individuals with levels of 140/90 and above or those with a magnesium deficiency and any level of raised blood pressure.

IsoMagnesium is all-natural, manufactured in the USA under the strictest quality standards, and comes highly recommended by America's most trusted pharmacist, Suzy Cohen R.Ph.

Minimize Muscle Soreness And Prevent Cramps

Reason #2

Minimize Muscle Soreness And Prevent Cramps

Magnesium is the second most prevalent electrolyte in the human body, meaning it's essential for all people with active lifestyles to maintain proper magnesium levels.

It's normal to feel sore after working out and breaking down your muscles. However, leg cramps and chronic muscle soreness are often the sign of a magnesium deficiency.

Rather than dealing with muscle cramps after they happen, why not prevent them from occurring in the first place? You want to recover from exercise as quickly as possible so you can stay active without soreness and cramps slowing you down.

Unlike other magnesium supplements that aren't useful for relieving muscle cramps, IsoMagnesium uses the most absorbable form of magnesium available to ensure you get the full spectrum of magnesium benefits.

Improved Insulin Response And Lower Blood Glucose Levels If You’re Diabetic

Reason #3

Improved Insulin Response And Lower Blood Glucose Levels If You’re Diabetic

Type 2 diabetes affects over 29 million Americans and research estimates that over 8 million additional people have type 2 diabetes and don't realize it. However, an alarming problem is the occurrence of type 2 diabetes in people that live relatively healthy lifestyles.

Diet and exercise aren't enough to treat or prevent type 2 diabetes if you are low on magnesium. Magnesium helps those with type 2 diabetes by decreasing fasting insulin, increasing insulin sensitivity, and lowering blood glucose levels.

Can you imagine life without worrying about insulin injections and monitoring your blood glucose 24/7? The good news is getting your magnesium levels into a healthy range is easy with IsoMagnesium.

Best of all, IsoMagnesium is one of the rare magnesium supplements that's safe to take on a daily basis without any health risks or unwanted side effects!

Relieve Fibromyalgia And Chronic Pain

Reason #4

Relieve Fibromyalgia And Chronic Pain

Fibromyalgia creates chronic pain and fatigue throughout the body, as well as sleep issues and brain fog. Unfortunately, the causes of pain are still unclear, and the current pharmaceutical medications for fibromyalgia have terrible side effects.

However, new research has discovered that people with fibromyalgia tend to have low levels of magnesium and other essential minerals. A recent study found that supplementing with magnesium not only reduced the amount of tender points on the body but also decreased the severity of pain in those areas.

For years, magnesium supplementation has been a popular choice for people suffering from migraines and other chronic pain – now those afflicted with fibromyalgia are starting to get the relief they desperately need.

IsoMagnesium starts working immediately and the effects continue to improve over time as you restore and maintain your magnesium levels. Backed by our 180-day risk-free guarantee, you have nothing to lose and so much to gain!

Ingredients & Research

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 3 Capsules

Servings Per Container: 30

Amount Per Serving % DV
(As Magnesium Malate)
210 mg 50%

*Daily Value not established

  • 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…


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Q: Does it have any side effects?

A: IsoMagnesium is side-effect free and won't upset your stomach or cause you to make any unexpected bathroom trips.

Q: Is it safe to take if you're pregnant or breastfeeding?

A: Yes, but please check with your doctor before taking any supplements.

Q: What makes your magnesium so different?

A: Many magnesium supplements are polluted with binders and fillers (including crushed rock!) that greatly reduce their effectiveness. IsoMagnesium restores your body's magnesium levels – safely and naturally! It's bonded with malate for higher absorption which helps IsoMagnesium rush magnesium straight to your bloodstream and nervous system.

Q: How Long Does Shipping Take Within The Continental United States?

A: We currently offer free shipping in the continental United States. Packages take up to 48 hours to leave the Warehouse Free Shipping: 5-7 Business Days (Excluding weekends) Express Shipping: 2 Business Days (Excluding weekends)

Q: How long of a shelf life does IsoMagnesium have?

A: They are good to take up to 2 years from the manufacturers date.

Q: How long will it take to notice a difference?

A: Most people will start to notice a difference after about 2 weeks of taking IsoMagnesium.

Q: How many capsules are in a bottle?

A: There are 90 capsules in a bottle.

Q: How many capsules should I take a day?

A: You just need to take 3 capsules a day.

Q: Is it safe for Adults only or everyone?

A: Yes it is safe for everyone, 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. Also, no known interactions with medications. But again like with any supplements we recommend consulting with your physician before taking.

Q: What are the benefits of IsoMagnesium?

A: Treat and prevent muscle cramps, relieve premenstrual migraines, irritability, low mood, cramps and other symptoms of PMS. Helps prevent the formation of gallstones in men. It offers rapid recovery from major depression. Helps soothe fibromyalgia and chronic pain. Improve heart health and lower risk of heart disease. Contribute to a longer, healthier life.

Q: What is malate?

A: 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.

Q: Where do your ingredients come from?

A: Right here from the USA.

Q: Where is it manufactured?

A: Every batch of IsoMagnesium is crafted in a hi-tech, multi-million dollar, 80,000 square foot FDA-inspected facility in Atlanta, Georgia.

Q: Why are you magnesium deficient?

A: Drinking colas because they contain phosphates that sap your body of precious magnesium.

Constant stress 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.

Antibiotics and prescription drugs which often contain chemicals that bind to magnesium making it completely useless to your body.

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.


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Q: How can I contact someone by phone?

A: Customer Care Specialists can be reached at 1-800-815-6073.

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