Taylor credits magnesium supps with boosting her energy - and this vegan brand has a 30% Prime Day discount

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Photo credit: Instagram, Taylor Swift | Getty
Photo credit: Instagram, Taylor Swift | Getty

One thing we all know about Taylor Swift? The woman can most certainly shake things off. Break-ups? Shake it off. Friendship feuds? Shake it off. Kanye ruining your acceptance speech? Shake, shake, shake it off.

But to do this you don’t just need one hell of a PMA – you also need a serious amount of energy. And with the demands of modern life going full dementor on our battery levels, it’s not always the easiest thing to keep our energy reserves fully charged.

In fact, even Tay-Tay herself needs an energy boost from time to time, apparently. In a piece she wrote for Elle, Taylor revealed that she takes magnesium ‘for muscle health and energy’.

Let’s face it, we all need a helping hand once in a while, global tour schedule or not, which is where the latest Prime Day deals on magnesium supplements come into play.

In case you missed the memo, Prime Day takes places 12-13 July and offers Prime members a whole bevvy of exclusive deals and discounts across thousands of products, including wellness ones like supplements.

Not a Prime member? Don't panic – you can get a 30-day free trial and access all of the savings for free.

While we don't know the exact supps Taylor turned to for relief, we do know that these super strength, high absorption ones from Nutravita come with a healthy 30% discount this Prime Day.

They provide 440mg of elemental magnesium via daily capsules, which are made here in the UK and are 100% vegan friendly. And, with a three month supply in every bottle, there’s plenty to keep those reserves topped up.

Magnesium is an essential mineral which is involved in more than 600 biochemical reactions and plays a key role in maintaining our body’s health. It’s important for maintaining muscle and nerve function, supporting the immune system and energy production.

Meanwhile, chronically low levels have been linked to an increased risk of high blood pressure, heart disease, type 2 diabetes and osteoporosis.

And while it is possible to get magnesium from dietary sources such as spinach, nuts and wholemeal bread, women are more likely to have lower levels, meaning that supplementation can be helpful in certain cases.

In fact, a growing body of studies suggest that magnesium supplementation can help treat conditions such as PMS, PCOS, mood disorders and postmenopausal symptoms.

What’s more, magnesium is pretty important when it comes to exercise performance too, with studies showing that the more active you are, the more magnesium you need.

In fact, a higher level of magnesium in your blood not only improves muscle strength, but also helps lower levels of lactic acid. A build of which can lead to a sensation of aching, burning muscles, alongside rapid breathing, nausea and stomach pain - and is a known barrier to optimal athletic performance.

So if you plan to spend your summer shaking it off, this could be the deal for you.

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