Magnesium participates in more than 300 different biochemical reactions. Taurine depresses the excitability of neurons in many functionally different areas of the central nervous system.
Magnesium regulates blood clotting, acts as a physiological calcium channel blocker, inhibits platelet aggregation, promotes dilation of blood vessels, increases insulin sensitivity, and is required for the production of ATP. It also plays a role in muscle contraction (both heart and skeletal muscle) and muscle relaxation (reducing muscle spasm).*
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