Malic Acid -Helpful For Fibromyalgia Pain

Malic Acid -Helpful For Fibromyalgia Pain
Malic Acid is a substance that is naturally found in fruits and vegetables, and it helps with cellular energy production. Naturally found more so in apples than any other fruit, it brings new meaning to the phrase, “An apple a day will keep the doctor away.” Malic acid is sometimes called “apple acid” because of its high concentration in apples.

So, how helpful is Malic Acid for people with fibromyalgia? The Journal of Nutritional Medicine published a study highlighting the results of fibromyalgia patients taking malic acid along with magnesium. According to the book, Fibromyalgia Relief Handbook, it reported the results of this study. Consider the following report: “Fifteen participants took 1,200 to 2,400 mg of malic acid with 100 to 600 mg of magnesium for a period of 4-8 weeks. All patients reported dramatic pain relief within 2 days.”

This relief could come from the fact that malic acid helps to remove aluminum from the tissues. It plays an essential role in the metabolism of glucose and production of energy. It provides greater stamina and endurance in muscle cells.

Magnesium Malate is the form that is particularly helpful in FMS. The recommended dose of 1,500 mg a day is normal for FMS patients. Although an apple contains several hundreds of milligrams of malic acid, supplementation, especially for fibromyalgia patients, is still necessary to reach the needed amount.

Your local health food stores will usually carry malic acid in various forms. So, why not add "apple acid" to your fibromyalgia treatment.

Visit 911 Health Shop and try Muscle Aid by Eniva liquid supplement. Type 'Malic Acid' into the search box and shop for supplements today.

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