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Magnesium for muscle function and performance

“...Additionally, magnesium plays a fundamental role in mitochondrial energy production. Over one-third of total cellular magnesium is found in the mitochondria and is present complexed together with adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and as a component of membranes. Magnesium is, therefore, critical for basic mitochondrial functions, including the production of ATP, and confers a protective role to skeletal muscle mitochondria.
Furthermore, inflammation is a critical factor in reduced muscle performance. Poor magnesium status is known to exacerbate the inflammatory state and leads to increased circulating levels of pro-inflammatory markers. Magnesium intake, on the other hand, has repeatedly been found to reduce systemic inflammation, including significant reductions in the cytokine IL-6 and C-reactive protein (CRP) levels, two markers of inflammation....”

Learn more: http://www.nutritionaloutlook.com/vitamins-minerals/magnesium-muscle-function-and-performance
Magnesium for muscle function and performance | Nutritional Outlook
Magnesium influences muscle performance by participating in energy metabolism and maintenance of muscle contraction and relaxation. 1