Magnesium supplements: ‘Disturbing’ discrepancies between actual and declared contents

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A new investigation into 116 Magnesium (Mg) food supplements on the Polish market reveals that huge differences between the declared and the actual content mean users may consume up to 304% more or 98% less Mg per day than they realise.

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