I already know that ReMag is the most advanced magnesium formula on the market, because I made it that way 🙂
Manufacturers simply would not put in the time or effort to create a magnesium that was highly absorbed, non laxative, and pure enough to meet my exacting standards, gained from decades of research and giving dietary advice to clients. So, I went ahead and created what many are calling the gold standard in magnesium. And, if you have taken ReMag long enough, you probably agree.
So, I’d love to hear you describe ReMag in your own words. But first, here are some facts about ReMag that you might not know.
The secret to ReMag is in its picometer-sized, stabilized ions. Using a super-tiny magnesium particle size allows ReMag to be better absorbed than any form of magnesium. And, if you’re the kind of person who likes to know the science behind your nutrition, here are some words from our brilliant manufacturer, describing what makes ReMag different to other magnesium formulas.
The detection of the presence of magnesium is done using an ICP-OES spectrometer. This tells us that there is indeed magnesium in the product and also quantifies this for us, so we know how much magnesium is present.
Aveka Labs used a Malvern PCS Dynamic Light Scattering Instrument in an attempt to find particles in ReMag. The PCS analyses samples for particles in the 1nm to 1000 nm (0.001-1 micron) size range. No particles were detected in this size range, which means that ReMag has particles that are smaller than 0.001 microns.
ReMag is a monoatomic ionic solution. There really is no direct way to measure the ionic size (or ionic radius). This is actually determined indirectly by measuring the bond length. Ionic radii are difficult to measure with any degree of certainty, and vary according to the environment of the ion, and also several other factors. The distance between two ions in an ionic crystal structure can be determined by X-ray crystallography, which gives the lengths of the sides of the unit cell of a crystal. The ionic radius is not a fixed property of a given ion, but varies with coordination number, spin state and many other parameters. As such it is extremely difficult to determine the actual size of ReMag particles. We know for sure that they are smaller than 0.001 micron. With the use of X-ray crystallography, we calculate/estimate ReMag particles are approximately 70-86 picometer in size.
That may look like a bunch of scientific mumbo-jumbo to you but it does show the science behind ReMag.
Now for your personal experience, please hit ‘reply’ and tell me, in your own words, what ReMag is to you–how does it stand apart from other forms of magnesium you’ve tried?
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Dr. Carolyn Dean