Natural, purposeful
magnesium intake


HOW DOES magnesiumAKG work?

magnesiumAKG supports a multitude of processes in the human body


metabolic changes


a normal energy production metabolism

Helps maintaining

bone structure

also important

in cell division processes


the electrolytic balance


normal muscular function and normal protein synthesis


preserving healthy teeth

What is AKG (alpha-Ketoglutarate)?

AKG (alpha-Ketoglutarat) is a natural substance present in every human cell. It is decisive for producing energy and regulating metabolic processes

It helps the organism to absorb magnesium faster. Consequently the body benefits more from magnesium intake, and less magnesium is excreted unutilized.

More effects
of AKG?


of oxidative stress


of cellular balance


in cell detoxification

Convince yourself

magnesiumAKG contains magnesium and supports many different processes in the human body. Applicable for everyday life, sports, numerous complaints and lifestyle side effects.

Recommended usage


for general strengthening via sufficient nutrient supply


after sports activities, to relax and regenerate

Menstrual Cycle

helps with cramps and discomfort


it can balance out an intense lifestyle

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1Matzi V., Lindenmann J., Muench A., Greilberger J., Juan H., Wintersteiger R., Maier A., Smolle-Juettner FM., The impact of preoperativesupplementation in lung surgery. A prospective randomized trial of oral supplementation of combined α-ketoglutaric acid and 5-hydroxymethylfurfural, European Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery, Volume 32, Issue 5, November 2007, Pages 776–782