Magnesium glycinate is the result of a highly absorbable amino acid known as glycine becoming attached to magnesium. This chelated form of magnesium has been recognized for its ability to support healthy mood, bone density and cardiovascular function.
Magnesium taurate is an organic compound that results from another amino acid known as taurine attaching to magnesium. Magnesium taurate is also highly bioavailable and known to support healthy cognitive, cardiovascular and nervous system function.
Magnesium malate is unique from the other two chelated forms of magnesium in that it is the result of another organic compound, known as malic acid, attaching to magnesium. Even without an attached amino acid, magnesium malate is highly absorbable and is known to support healthy mood, energy production, gastrointestinal (GI) function and oxygen absorption.