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To create a new you, start from the inside out by taking the most important building block of living cells: magnesium. Without the proper amount of magnesium in your body, you could experience a multitude of ailments. While taking magnesium in supplement form is the answer to a deficiency, you must choose your brand carefully to enjoy the best possible results.

All our products including magnesium are specially formulated under the guidance of Dr. Carolyn Dean (author of The Magnesium Miracle). Whether you need ReMag™ to counteract a magnesium deficiency, or you are looking to reset your health with Dr. Dean's Total Body ReSet, we have the formulas to get you moving toward your health and wellness goals.

The NIH’s Office of Dietary Supplements (ODS) lists five main conditions that can be beneficially impacted by magnesium supplementation. If you suffer from hypertension, heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis or migraines, today is the day to feed your body the minerals needed to create the building blocks of better health and help overcome these conditions.

About RnA ReSet Formulas

Dr. Carolyn Dean is both a medical doctor and a naturopath. She has authored more than 50 books, including The Magnesium Miracle, which has become the go-to source on magnesium deficiency. In 2012, Dr. Dean launched her first mineral product, ReMag, using her forty years of experience to create unique, proprietary formulations.

ReMag utilizes highly purified magnesium chloride, which is essentially in 1,000 body enzyme systems, drives 80% of known metabolic functions1 and is fully absorbed at the cellular level. No matter what level of health or illness, and no matter what medications you may be on, this formula gives you create building blocks that sustain your health, well-being, and vitality.

Our ReMag absorption studies are ongoing, the first publication is titled "Circulating Ionized Magnesium as a Measure of Supplement Bioavailability: A Placebo and Cross Over Blinded Control Study.

RnA ReSet provides more than magnesium to ensure your entire body receives what it is lacking. We offer RnA ReSet Drops, ReAline, ReMyte, ReCalcia, ReStructure, Pico Silver, Pico Zinc, Pico Potassium, Whole C ReSet, Vitamin C ReSet, and D3K2 ReSet, each formula working synergistically with the others, carefully curated with your health and wellness in mind.

Magnesium Supplement FAQs

What are the benefits of magnesium?

Dr. Dean has listed 65 medical conditions that may be caused by magnesium deficiency. While the results of further research will confirm additional applications, taking magnesium supplements has already been shown by the NIH’s Office of Dietary Supplements (ODS) as a treatment option for some forms of hypertension, heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, and migraines.

Are magnesium supplements safe?

Some brnds can cause stomach upset, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea because of their strong laxative effects. With ReMag, you receive a concentrated stabilized ion, which prevents these common side effects. This stabilization process allows for quick absorption into your body at the cellular level to ensure that the products don’t go to waste, negatively impacting your digestive system.

What is the best magnesium supplement?

You could purchase a variety of magnesium products online, but Dr. Dean's ReMag is the only picometer-sized, stabilized ion of magnesium at 60,000 parts per million available on the market. ReMag utilizes a quality assurance process that goes above and beyond what’s required by the FDA. While other companies are meeting minimum requirements, we strive to exceed the demands on every front.

What are the benefits of magnesium supplements?

According to the current NIH fact sheet, magnesium is a cofactor in over 300 enzyme systems. These vital systems regulate biochemical reactions in the body. That’s why it’s believed the magnesium can aid in the following:

  • Protein synthesis
  • Energy production
  • Glycolysis
  • Blood pressure regulation
  • Bone structural development
  • DNA and RNA synthesis
  • Transporting calcium and potassium to cell membranes
  • Muscle contraction
  • Muscle and nerve function
  • Nerve impulse conduction
  • Blood glucose control
  • Heart rhythm regulation

As mentioned earlier, the NIH’s Office of Dietary Supplements (ODS) already recognizes magnesium as a treatment option for some forms of hypertension, heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis and migraines.

What are the different types of magnesium supplements?

You will find various types of magnesium products when shopping online. Let’s look at the main differences between magnesium citrate and magnesium oxide. These are the two most common types of supplements on the market.

Magnesium citrate is bound with citric acid. It contains a natural laxative effect and is often used to treat constipation. Magnesium oxide is a mixture of magnesium and oxygen found in capsules or powder formulas. It is the main ingredient in milk of magnesia, a very powerful laxative. This type of magnesium would not be beneficial to treat magnesium deficiencies but helps alleviate constipation.

ReMag® is specially formulated from magnesium chloride into stabilized picometer magnesium ions that are fully absorbed by the cells. This formula is fast-acting and won’t be flushed out of the body as happens with many other magnesium supplements.

What do magnesium supplements do?

Magnesium is an essential nutrient in physical health and is important for a multitude of processes in the body. The NIH’s Office of Dietary Supplements (ODS) states that magnesium is required for proper:

  • Muscle contraction
  • Nerve transmission
  • Balancing blood sugar levels
  • Normalizing blood pressure
  • Bone formation
  • Protein production
  • RNA and DNA synthesis

If any bodily system is lacking magnesium, taking a supplement could help to regulate it. Ongoing studies will determine every effective use of magnesium supplements and fully answer the question of what does a magnesium supplement do?

What is the best form of magnesium to take?

When taking daily magnesium supplements, it’s critical to ensure that your body is absorbing the nutrients. Otherwise, the product goes to waste and is flushed out through the digestive system or kidneys. Many magnesium products are created in a way that doesn’t benefit consumers.

Our chemist has spent countless hours working to create the best form of magnesium supplement to ensure it gets used by the body instead of being flushed away. Because it is formulated with stabilized picometer magnesium ions, the cells can absorb the supplement. We offer a fast-acting formula that the body can use to the fullest.

When is the best time to take magnesium?

The body uses magnesium throughout the day for 80% of known metabolic processes, so we recommend that you put your daily dose of ReMag in a liter of water and sip throughout the day to keep your cells nourished. Magnesium is essential for a deep, relaxing sleep, so you can take an extra dose before bedtime.

Is it safe to take magnesium supplements daily?

The NIH Office of Dietary Supplements (ODS), offers the following guidelines for magnesium intake:

  • Men: 400–420 mg
  • Women: 310–320 mg
  • Pregnant women: 350–360 mg
  • Breastfeeding women: 310–320 mg

However, many magnesium researchers recommend higher doses that you can discuss with your health practitioner

When you are calculating your daily intake, remember to account for any magnesium-rich foods you consume. These foods include nuts, legumes, seeds, green leafy vegetables, fortified breakfast cereals, yogurt, and milk. However, you must also be aware that the soil has become very depleted of magnesium. One hundred years ago we obtained 500mg of magnesium in a regular diet, now we are lucky to get 200mg. That’s why optimal supplementation is crucial.

1Workinger, J. L., et al. (2018)."Challenges in the Diagnosis of Magnesium Status." Nutrients 10(9).

2 Grober U, Schmidt J, Kisters K. Magnesium in Prevention and Therapy. Nutrients. 2015 Sep; 7(9): 8199–8226.