The overall rating for magnesium is 1.6 out of 3 meaning there is some evidence that this supplement does some (not all) of what it claims. Using this supplement may lead to some improvements.

Table of Contents

  1. Simple Report
  2. Detailed Report
  3. Overall Effectiveness Rating
  4. Research Rating
  5. Products Containing Magnesium
  6. Claim Ratings
  7. References

Magnesium Simple Report

  • Supplement: Magnesium
  • Supplement Category: vitamins and minerals
  • Number of Products Containing Magnesium: 361
  • Effectiveness Rating: 1.6 out of 3
  • Research Rating: 24 (above 80 indicates sufficient research)
  • Number of Studies: 6
  • Number of Claims: 10

Magnesium Detailed Report

Overall Effectiveness Rating

The overall effectiveness rating for magnesium is 1.6 out of 3. This rating means the evidence is mixed on the supplement's ability to deliver positive results. While some of the research supports its use, other evidence does not. Using this supplement may lead to positive results. Note, this effectiveness rating is for magnesium as a whole; there are also individual ratings for the claims below.

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Research Rating for Magnesium

There are 6 studies in the database on magnesium; the research rating is 24. A score above 80 means the effectiveness rating for this supplement is reliable. A score under 80 means there is insufficient evidence to ensure a reliable effectiveness rating. Note, this research rating is for magnesium as a whole; there are also individual ratings for the claims below.

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Products Containing Magnesium

Products Names Amount of Magnesium
Define Sleep 90mg
Signature Pre Workout 50mg
Cell Swell 150mg
nitroVEX 150mg
King Natural Test Booster 300mg
Full list of all 361 products containing Magnesium.

Claim Ratings

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Body Composition (weight, muscle, body fat) Claims Effectiveness Rating Research Rating
decrease body fat

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Performance Claims Effectiveness Rating Research Rating
improve cardiovascular endurance
improve cycling performance
improve muscular endurance
improve sports performance
increase strength

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Hormone Function Claims Effectiveness Rating Research Rating
increase testosterone

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Immune Health Claims Effectiveness Rating Research Rating
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Mental Health Claims Effectiveness Rating Research Rating
improve mood

References

Title of Study
A pilot study on the effects of magnesium supplementation with high and low habitual dietary magnesium intake on resting and recovery from aerobic and resistance exercise and systolic blood pressure
Effects of magnesium supplementation on blood parameters of athletes at rest and after exercise
Effects of magnesium supplementation on testosterone levels of athletes and sedentary subjects at rest and after exhaustion
Effects of Zinc Magnesium Aspartate (ZMA) Supplementation on Training Adaptations and Markers of Anabolism and Catabolism
Magnesium status and the physical performance of volleyball players: effects of magnesium supplementation
Promising hypotensive effect of hawthorn extract: a randomized double-blind pilot study of mild, essential hypertension