TEC-LIFE® Magnesium Taurate, also known as magnesium ditaurate, is the magnesium salt of taurine, an amino acid. Taurine helps the heart pump blood throughout the body, improves blood flow to the heart and protects the heart from damage due to poor blood flow. As a result, these two compounds, taken in combination as magnesium taurate, could interact to protect against cardiovascular disease. In TEC-LIFE® MagnesiumTaurate, magnesium and taurine are the dual cure for cardiac arrhythmia, fibrillation , missed heartbeats and cardiac fluttering. They have synergistic effect for restoring and maintaining cardiac health.
Storage: Keep in a dry place under roof at normal room temperature.
Important: Keep away from children
TEC-LIFE® Magnesium Taurate is recommended for the following:
- Control of cardiac arrhythmia and palpitation
- Control the Atrial fibrillation.
- Improves blood flow to the heart
- Fibrillation & missed heartbeats
- Cardiac fluttering
Magnesium and calcium metabolism are closely related. The intestinal absorption and the renal excretion of the two ions are interdependent. The most frequent causes of hypomagnesemia in children are reduced intake, impaired intestinal absorption, renal loss and genetic diseases. Hypomagnesemia is reflected clinically in the nervous system, and there are neurophysiological and metabolic changes. Severe hypomagnesemia induces secondary hypocalcemia in most experimental animals except rats. Furthermore, severe hypomagnesemia induces functional hypoparathyroidism. In vitro studies have demonstrated that magnesium can modulate parathyroid hormone (PTH) secretion in a similar way to calcium. An acute decrease in magnesium concentration stimulates PTH secretion, and an acute increase in concentration decreases secretion. Magnesium is likely to play an important role in vitamin D metabolism. Some patients with hypocalcemia and magnesium deficiency are resistant to pharmacological doses of vitamin D or may have a form of magnesium-dependent vitamin D-resistant rickets. Phosphate depletion has been observed to be accompanied by an increase in urinary magnesium and calcium. In pediatrics the syndrome of phosphate depletion is observed particularly often in premature babies, who often receive a low-P diet. Magnesium is involved in many of the biochemical reactions that take place in the cell, and particularly in processes involving the formation and utilization of ATP. Thus, at the cellular level, magnesium plays a key role in ionic transport processes.
Magnesium helps in the absorption of calcium in the intestines. It helps convert vitamin D to vitamin D3 (calcitriol0 which absorbs calcium. Magnesium also helps produce calcitonin by thyroid glands which in turn helps to preserve bone structure and draws calcium out of the blood and soft tissues back into the bones, lowering the likelihood of osteoporosis, some forms of arthritis, heart attack and kidney stones.
|Chemical Formula :C4H12MgN2O6S2
|Molar mass||272.57 g·mol−1|
There is a need for a magnesium supplement in which the magnesium is complexed with a counteranion which itself has nutritional and therapeutic/prophylactic utility and would complement the vascular-protective actions of magnesium.
Congestive heart failure depletes the heart muscle of a number of important nutrients, including taurine. A supplement combining nutrients taurine and magnesium improves heart function and increases survival. The heart concentrates taurine and maintains taurine levels so that taurine alone makes up more than 50% of the heart’s free amino acid pool.
The importance of magnesium to health is well recognized (see our other pages [ling given to be given]). In adults the role of taurine appears to be determined by cell type, functioning differently in nerve cells, heart cells, liver cells, immune cells, pancreatic cells, kidney cells, or skin cells. The taurine content of the various tissues declines with age, though this decline can be halted with taurine supplements. Along with several other substances, taurine also has antioxidant properties.
Taurine serves to regulate the function of many body systems, maintaining fluid balance and blood sugar level among its many tasks. It is chemically different in that it contains a “sulfonic acid” group in place of the “carboxylic acid” group found in most amino acids.