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Great for: supporting energy production, electrolyte balance, muscle function, cell division, nervous system function, healthy bones and teeth, as well as normal psychological function

Triple Magnesium Complex is an advanced blend of fully reacted magnesium citrate, taurate and bisglycinate chelate, formulated to optimise bioavailability and improve absorption of this important mineral, helping you to meet your daily nutritional needs. These magnesium forms are able to cross the blood/brain barrier and ensure higher bioavailability to the body and brain. Taking multiple forms of magnesium increases the amount of magnesium absorbed, as this utilises multiple magnesium uptake pathways and, together with split dosing 3 times daily, avoids exceeding the rate at which each form of magnesium can be absorbed.


Advanced triple action magnesium blend

Most magnesium supplements use a single form which reaches saturation fast. We combine 3 fully reacted forms, magnesium citrate, taurate and bisglycinate, to target 3 uptake pathways, boosting the amount delivered to the body

fully reacted formula

Magnesium that is fully reacted is chemically bound to its carriers as opposed to supplements containing buffered or blended magnesium oxide and citric acid or glycine. The enhanced solubility of these fully reacted magnesium forms optimises absorption potential

multiple health benefits

Magnesium supports normal energy release, muscle function, electrolyte balance, nervous system function and normal psychological function

ideal daily dose

It’s not about how much you take, but how much you retain. Excess magnesium cannot be absorbed and stored, so taking excessive amounts, especially in one dose, is simply a waste of money

GENTLE ON THE STOMACH

Unlike blended magnesium forms that contain magnesium oxide, fully reacted magnesium citrate does not have a laxative effect. Split dosing further increases uptake

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GMP manufactured in the UK - quality standards that medicines manufacturers must meet in their production processes to ensure products are of consistent high quality

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Magnesium is a vital mineral involved in over 300 enzyme reactions in the body, supporting a wide range of physiological functions from energy production and central nervous system function to supporting muscular and cardiovascular function and hydration. It is estimated that around 60% of people in Europe and the USA get less than the recommended daily amount of magnesium. 


Since there are many factors that affect how well magnesium is absorbed, it can be challenging to benefit from supplementation. Igennus nutrition scientists have carefully formulated Triple Magnesium Complex to enhance magnesium absorption and deliver a powerful trio of magnesium forms. Each form we’ve included is known for strong bioavailability and each carrier (citrate, taurate & bisglycinate) offers distinct health benefits. Thanks to several unique features of this formula, Triple Magnesium Complex delivers higher levels of magnesium into the body to ensure you are obtaining sufficient levels of magnesium in your diet.

One bottle provides 90 capsules, or a 1-month supply at the recommended divided daily dose of 3-per-day.

Adults: take 3 capsules daily with food. For optimal absorption, it is recommended to divide the daily dose - morning, afternoon and evening. 


Do not exceed the dose unless advised by a healthcare practitioner.

This product should not be used as a substitute for a balanced diet. Pregnant or breastfeeding women should consult their doctor before taking any food supplement. Keep out of the reach of children and store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.

Ingredients: Magnesium citrate; magnesium taurate; magnesium bisglycinate; capsule shell: hydroxypropyl methylcellulose; anti-caking agent: silicon dioxide.

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Formulated by nutrition scientists to offer superior absorption

  • By including fully reacted magnesium citrate and amino acid chelates taurate and glycinate: magnesium that is fully reacted is chemically bound to its carriers as opposed to supplements containing buffered or blended magnesium oxide and citric acid or glycine. Being fully reacted has several distinct advantages: firstly, this supplement is free from poorly absorbed magnesium oxide, which often has laxative effects and is only 4% bioavailable; secondly, being fully reacted, each form is effectively fast-tracked through the digestive system to deliver higher levels into the body

  • By utilising multiple absorption pathways: since each form has its own uptake pathway at different sites in the gut that can become saturated, Triple Magnesium Complex utilises three absorption routes into the body, which increases the amount of magnesium absorbed compared with supplements containing a single form

  • By not being dependent on perfect stomach acid PH levels: magnesium that is buffered or blended requires stomach acid conditions to be favourable, or it will simply be excreted. Anyone with less than ideal stomach acid levels (too low or too high) or gastrointestinal issues, would not absorb much magnesium from a supplement that is not fully reacted

  • By split dosing 3 times a day – magnesium levels are tightly regulated so our capacity for absorption is easily reached. 1-a-day dosing is not effective. Studies show that we absorb a low % of large single doses, but a large % of small doses! Less is more when it comes to magnesium uptake; our nutritionists advise split dosing to maximise absorption, and optimise benefits from supplementation

Magnesium's essential role in health

Magnesium is a vital mineral involved in over 300 enzyme reactions in the body, fulfilling a wide range of physiological functions from energy production and central nervous system function, to supporting muscular and cardiovascular function and hydration. Magnesium supports energy production: it plays a role in converting carbohydrates, proteins and fat into energy for the cells, and is even required to help the body convert the short-chain omega-3 fatty acids obtained from the diet, to the long-chain omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA. Magnesium also supports normal psychological function: it is one of the essential nutrients, along with zinc and vitamin B6, required for neurotransmitter production, with a deficiency associated with anxiety. Magnesium facilitates muscle function: it allows for contraction and relaxation of muscles, which in turn facilitates movement, as well as supporting the muscles of the heart and regulating the heartbeat. 

Supports cell division: rejuvenates and builds bodily tissue including skin, muscle and bone, essential for recovery. Electrolyte balance: as one of the most abundant electrolytes in the body, magnesium is one of the essential minerals required to allow water to enter and hydrate the cells, as well as carrying an electrical charge needed for nerve impulses. 
Nervous system function: magnesium inhibits the action of glutamate, an excitatory neurotransmitter, and supports the actions of GABA, a neurotransmitter which has a calming effect in the body. 
Converts vitamin D to its most active form, in turn supporting calcium absorption. Calcium is important for the maintenance of bones and teeth, with around 52% of the body’s calcium stored in bones.

Magnesium in the diet

Magnesium must be consumed regularly to prevent deficiency; despite its prevalence in natural whole foods (mineral water, legumes, nuts, seeds and leafy greens), it is estimated that around 50% of people in the UK get less than the recommended daily amount of magnesium. Several features of our modern lifestyle - cooking methods, processed foods and intensive industrial farming - mean that we are obtaining less-than-optimal amounts of magnesium from food. Low magnesium in the diet is further compounded by several features of the modern lifestyle that inhibit our ability to absorb even the magnesium we do eat! Of the total dietary magnesium consumed, between around 24–76% is absorbed in the gut and the rest is eliminated in the faeces. Issues with digestion, including disrupted stomach acid levels (too high/too low), as well as stress and ageing, all further impair magnesium absorption in the GI tract. In such cases, individuals  may have even greater need for magnesium. 

Unless we are eating organic whole foods on an almost daily basis, have optimal digestion, aren't stressed, or have increased needs from ageing, our daily requirements for magnesium are likely not met by food alone. 

When the body doesn’t obtain sufficient magnesium from the diet, it releases magnesium from the bones (>52% of the body’s magnesium is stored in bones, and the rest in the body’s soft tissue, mainly muscles and organs).

Superior forms - citrate, taurate & bisglycinate

Just looking at the elemental magnesium dose is no indicator of what is actually absorbed in the body. Each different form not only has different levels of elemental magnesium (the actual fraction that is magnesium, not bulk), but also different bioavailability. This is why what can appear to be high dose magnesium, is not always very effective: commonly available magnesium oxide, for example, contains 60% elemental magnesium, but its bioavailability is only around 4%! In comparison, magnesium glycinate is only 18% elemental magnesium, but 80% bioavailability!

Premium, natural & well tolerated ingredients

We source only the highest quality raw ingredients provided by nature and proven to be safe, effective and well tolerated. To ensure our supplements really work, we focus on the best quality forms of ingredients, prioritising bioavailability, and using doses scientifically proven to provide demonstrable benefits to health. 

  • We use advanced delivery technologies proven by science to deliver optimal amounts of nutrients into the body
  • Always GMO-free 
  • No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives 
  • Bioavailable forms of ingredients ensure optimal digestion and absorption 
  • Sustainable raw materials 
  • We don’t offer excessively high doses to compensate for cheap nutrient forms; instead we prioritise efficacy, so that safe levels achieve the desired benefits. We believe a supplement should be just that – a complement to the diet

Pharmaceutical-grade UK manufactured food supplements

You might wonder why we emphasise that our products are ‘pharmaceutical-grade’ when we also value the importance of buying natural products. We use UK facilities that manufacture in compliance with strict and stringent GMP (good manufacturing practices) – quality standards that medicines manufacturers must meet in their production processes to ensure products are of consistent high quality that you can trust 100%. We are proud suppliers of healthcare practitioners, private clinics, hospitals & even human clinical trials.

Why supplement?

Are supplements essential? No, not if you eat seasonal, local and fresh organic food, your sleep is regularly deep and refreshing and you experience little or no stress. These are the foundations of great health. Should diet provide most of your nutrition? Absolutely. Do bioavailable nutrition supplements play a role in filling in the gaps? We believe so, but only if you’re taking the right forms of active ingredients, otherwise your body will excrete much of it (wasteful) or, worse, your body may even accumulate unmetabolised nutrients and you’ll disrupt homeostasis – you don’t want this. When it comes to supplements and dosing, always look for quality over quantity – and always check with a qualified professional if you have any questions. Igennus nutritionists are available for any questions about our products.


Magnesium's essential role in health

Magnesium is a vital mineral involved in over 300 enzyme reactions in the body, fulfilling a wide range of physiological functions from energy production and central nervous system function, to supporting muscular and cardiovascular function and hydration.Magnesium supports energy production: magnesium plays a role in converting carbohydrates, proteins and fat into energy for the cells, and is even required to help the body convert the short-chain omega-3 fatty acids obtained from the diet, to the long-chain omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA. Magnesium also supports normal psychological function: magnesium is one of the essential nutrients, along with zinc and vitamin B6, required for neurotransmitter production, with a deficiency of magnesium associated with anxiety.Magnesium facilitates muscle function: allows for contraction and relaxation of muscles, which in turn facilitates movement, as well as supporting the muscles of the heart and regulating the heartbeat. 

Supports cell division: rejuvenates and builds bodily tissue including skin, muscle and bone, essential for recovery.Electrolyte balance: as one of the most abundant electrolytes in the body, magnesium is one of the essential minerals required to allow water to enter and hydrate the cells, as well as carrying an electrical charge needed for nerve impulses. 
Nervous system function: magnesium inhibits the action of glutamate, an excitatory neurotransmitter, and supports the actions of GABA, a neurotransmitter which has a calming effect in the body. 
Converts vitamin D to its most active form, in turn supporting calcium absorption. Calcium is important for the maintenance of bones and teeth, with around 52% of the body’s calcium stored in bones.

Magnesium in the diet

Magnesium must be consumed regularly to prevent deficiency, and despite its prevalence in natural whole foods (mineral water, legumes, nuts, seeds and leafy greens), it is estimated that around 50% of people in the UK get less than the recommended daily amount of magnesium. Several features of our modern lifestyle, cooking methods, processed foods and intensive industrial farming mean that we are obtaining less-than-optimal amounts of magnesium from food.Low magnesium in the diet is further compounded by several features of the modern lifestyle that inhibit our ability to absorb even the magnesium we do eat! Of the total dietary magnesium consumed, between around 24–76% is absorbed in the gut and the rest is eliminated in the faeces. Issues with digestion, including disrupted stomach acid levels (too high/too low), as well as stress and ageing, all further impair magnesium absorption in the GI tract. Individuals with these circumstances may have even greater need for magnesium. 

Unless we are eating organic whole foods on an almost daily basis, have optimal digestion, aren't stressed, or have increased needs from ageing, our daily requirements for magnesium are likely not met by food alone. 

When the body doesn’t obtain sufficient magnesium from the diet, it releases magnesium from the bones (>52% of the body’s magnesium is stored in bones, and the rest in the body’s soft tissue, mainly muscles and organs).

Superior forms - citrate, taurate & bisglycinate

Just looking at the elemental magnesium dose is no indicator of what is actually absorbed in the body. Each different form not only has different levels of elemental magnesium (the actual fraction that is magnesium, not bulk), but also different bioavailability. This is why what can appear to be high dose magnesium, is not always very effective: commonly available magnesium oxide, for example, contains 60% elemental magnesium, but its bioavailability is only around 4%! In comparison, magnesium glycinate is only 18% elemental magnesium, but 80% bioavailability!

Magnesium's essential role in health

Magnesium is a vital mineral involved in over 300 enzyme reactions in the body, fulfilling a wide range of physiological functions from energy production and central nervous system function, to supporting muscular and cardiovascular function and hydration.Magnesium supports energy production: magnesium plays a role in converting carbohydrates, proteins and fat into energy for the cells, and is even required to help the body convert the short-chain omega-3 fatty acids obtained from the diet, to the long-chain omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA. Magnesium also supports normal psychological function: magnesium is one of the essential nutrients, along with zinc and vitamin B6, required for neurotransmitter production, with a deficiency of magnesium associated with anxiety.Magnesium facilitates muscle function: allows for contraction and relaxation of muscles, which in turn facilitates movement, as well as supporting the muscles of the heart and regulating the heartbeat. 

Supports cell division: rejuvenates and builds bodily tissue including skin, muscle and bone, essential for recovery.Electrolyte balance: as one of the most abundant electrolytes in the body, magnesium is one of the essential minerals required to allow water to enter and hydrate the cells, as well as carrying an electrical charge needed for nerve impulses. 
Nervous system function: magnesium inhibits the action of glutamate, an excitatory neurotransmitter, and supports the actions of GABA, a neurotransmitter which has a calming effect in the body. 
Converts vitamin D to its most active form, in turn supporting calcium absorption. Calcium is important for the maintenance of bones and teeth, with around 52% of the body’s calcium stored in bones.

Magnesium in the diet

Magnesium must be consumed regularly to prevent deficiency, and despite its prevalence in natural whole foods (mineral water, legumes, nuts, seeds and leafy greens), it is estimated that around 50% of people in the UK get less than the recommended daily amount of magnesium. Several features of our modern lifestyle, cooking methods, processed foods and intensive industrial farming mean that we are obtaining less-than-optimal amounts of magnesium from food.Low magnesium in the diet is further compounded by several features of the modern lifestyle that inhibit our ability to absorb even the magnesium we do eat! Of the total dietary magnesium consumed, between around 24–76% is absorbed in the gut and the rest is eliminated in the faeces. Issues with digestion, including disrupted stomach acid levels (too high/too low), as well as stress and ageing, all further impair magnesium absorption in the GI tract. Individuals with these circumstances may have even greater need for magnesium. 

Unless we are eating organic whole foods on an almost daily basis, have optimal digestion, aren't stressed, or have increased needs from ageing, our daily requirements for magnesium are likely not met by food alone. 

When the body doesn’t obtain sufficient magnesium from the diet, it releases magnesium from the bones (>52% of the body’s magnesium is stored in bones, and the rest in the body’s soft tissue, mainly muscles and organs).

Superior forms - citrate, taurate & bisglycinate

Just looking at the elemental magnesium dose is no indicator of what is actually absorbed in the body. Each different form not only has different levels of elemental magnesium (the actual fraction that is magnesium, not bulk), but also different bioavailability. This is why what can appear to be high dose magnesium, is not always very effective: commonly available magnesium oxide, for example, contains 60% elemental magnesium, but its bioavailability is only around 4%! In comparison, magnesium glycinate is only 18% elemental magnesium, but 80% bioavailability!

Premium, natural & well tolerated ingredients

We source only the highest quality raw ingredients provided by nature and proven to be safe, effective and well tolerated. To ensure our supplements really work, we focus on the best quality forms of ingredients, prioritising bioavailability, and using doses scientifically proven to provide demonstrable benefits to health. 

  • We use advanced delivery technologies proven by science to deliver optimal amounts of nutrients into the body
  • Always GMO-free 
  • No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives 
  • Bioavailable forms of ingredients ensure optimal digestion and absorption 
  • Sustainable raw materials 
  • We don’t offer excessively high doses to compensate for cheap nutrient forms; instead we prioritise efficacy, so that safe levels achieve the desired benefits. We believe a supplement should be just that – a complement to the diet.

Pharmaceutical-grade UK manufactured food supplements

You might wonder why we emphasise that our products are ‘pharmaceutical-grade’ when we also value the importance of buying natural products. We use UK facilities that manufacture in compliance with strict and stringent GMP (good manufacturing practices) – quality standards that medicines manufacturers must meet in their production processes to ensure products are of consistent high quality that you can trust 100%. We are proud suppliers of healthcare practitioners, private clinics, hospitals & even human clinical trials.

Why supplement?

Are supplements essential? No, not if you eat seasonal, local and fresh organic food, your sleep is regularly deep and refreshing and you experience little or no stress. These are the foundations of great health. Should diet provide most of your nutrition? Absolutely. Do bioavailable nutrition supplements play a role in filling in the gaps? We believe so – but only if you’re taking the right forms of active ingredients, otherwise your body will excrete much of it (wasteful) or, worse, your body may even accumulate unmetabolised nutrients and you’ll disrupt homeostasis – you don’t want this. When it comes to supplements and dosing, always look for quality over quantity – and always check with a qualified professional if you have any questions. Igennus nutritionists are available for any questions about our products.


Premium, natural & well tolerated ingredients

We source only the highest quality raw ingredients provided by nature and proven to be safe, effective and well tolerated. To ensure our supplements really work, we focus on the best quality forms of ingredients, prioritising bioavailability, and using doses scientifically proven to provide demonstrable benefits to health. 

  • We use advanced delivery technologies proven by science to deliver optimal amounts of nutrients into the body
  • Always GMO-free 
  • No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives 
  • Bioavailable forms of ingredients ensure optimal digestion and absorption 
  • Sustainable raw materials 
  • We don’t offer excessively high doses to compensate for cheap nutrient forms; instead we prioritise efficacy, so that safe levels achieve the desired benefits. We believe a supplement should be just that – a complement to the diet.

Pharmaceutical-grade UK manufactured food supplements

You might wonder why we emphasise that our products are ‘pharmaceutical-grade’ when we also value the importance of buying natural products. We use UK facilities that manufacture in compliance with strict and stringent GMP (good manufacturing practices) – quality standards that medicines manufacturers must meet in their production processes to ensure products are of consistent high quality that you can trust 100%. We are proud suppliers of healthcare practitioners, private clinics, hospitals & even human clinical trials.

Why supplement?

Are supplements essential? No, not if you eat seasonal, local and fresh organic food, your sleep is regularly deep and refreshing and you experience little or no stress. These are the foundations of great health. Should diet provide most of your nutrition? Absolutely. Do bioavailable nutrition supplements play a role in filling in the gaps? We believe so – but only if you’re taking the right forms of active ingredients, otherwise your body will excrete much of it (wasteful) or, worse, your body may even accumulate unmetabolised nutrients and you’ll disrupt homeostasis – you don’t want this. When it comes to supplements and dosing, always look for quality over quantity – and always check with a qualified professional if you have any questions. Igennus nutritionists are available for any questions about our products.


Be kind to your health

“We are living in a rapidly changing world that challenges us in new and unexpected ways. We believe evidence-based nutrition has an important role to play in helping us to protect and boost our wellbeing. At Igennus we empower people who are committed to investing in their health with high impact nutrition to lead a healthier and fuller life. Our supplements are expertly formulated by our in-house nutrition scientists to achieve superior bioavailability for maximum impact on your health."

Dr Jav Nazemi

CEO & Co-Founder 

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