Frequently Asked Questions

Learn more about Slow-Mag® and magnesium with these frequently asked questions.

  1. USDA Agricultural Research Service reports 32% of all US individuals are meeting the Dietary Reference Intake for magnesium. Available at: Accessed 05/08/2014.
  2. National Institutes of Health, Office of Dietary Supplements. Available at: Accessed 05/08/2014.
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  8. O’Neill LW, Culpepper BL, Galdo JA. Long-term consequences of chronic proton pump inhibitor use. US Pharm. 2013;38(12):38-42
  9. US Department of Health and Human Services, Drug Safety Communication. FDA Drug Safety Communication: Low magnesium levels can be associated with long-term use of proton pump inhibitor drugs (PPIs). 03 March 2011; Available at:
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  11. Saif MW. Management of hypomagnesemia in cancer patients receiving chemotherapy. J Support Oncol. 2008;6: 243-248.
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