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Tension is Awkward... Part II #FunnyFriday

Stop ignoring Tension... Relieve your muscle tension today with Jigsaw Health's Mag SRT®: Missed Part I? Check it out here:

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What is NSF Certified for Sport? | #AshWednesday

Thomas DeLauer and Ashley discuss the National Science Foundation (NSF) and why Jigsaw MagSRT has the "NSF Certified for Sport" label on the latest #AshWednesday What's on the label, is in the bottle... and nothing else! Jigsaw Health's MagSRT is America's #1 Time-Release Magnesium supplement. Pick up your bottle today! Transcript by Rev.com- Don't drink the water in Mexico. [...]

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Morley Robbins' Magnesium Series [VIDEO]

Ashely Leroux of Jigsaw Health sat down to discuss Magnesium with  Morley Robbins, MBA, CHC - aka. "Magnesium Man"; Founder of the Magnesium Advocacy Group; Founder of the Copernican Institute; Creator of The Root Cause Protocol. Morley Robbins (aka. "Magnesium Man") discusses the role of Magnesium in the body (hint: It's the "Conductor of the orchestra.") with Ashley [...]

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Top 3 Vegan Deficiencies | #ScienceSaturday

Vegans and Omnivores alike, it's not Protein you should be worried about... Thomas DeLauer breaks down the Top 3 Deficiencies Vegans face due to the depletion of these Vitamins & Minerals from our soils and plants on the latest #ScienceSaturday Transcript by Rev.com - What's going on, Jigsaw crew? It's Thomas DeLauer and I'm talking about going vegan right [...]

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Tension is Awkward... Part 1 | #FunnyFriday

Stop ignoring Tension... Relieve your muscle tension today with Jigsaw Health's Mag SRT®: Special Thanks to our #FunnyFriday Contest Winner, Johnny, for returning to the big screen in this week's episode! Watch Johnny's debut #FunnyFriday Video here:

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Magnesium Survey Results (with Steve Hanson) | #AshWednesday

How much do you really know about Magnesium? Steve Hanson (Jigsaw Advisory Board Member) reveals the results of a recent survey commissioned by Jigsaw Health to discover what people really know about Magnesium. The results might surprise you... Want to learn more about Magnesium? Discover more about our favorite mineral HERE! Transcript by Rev.com-Hi everybody, I'm Ashley with Jigsaw [...]

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5 Little-Known Facts About Magnesium Malate...

If you're reading this, it's likely you know a little something about magnesium. But if you're sitting there scratching your head, thinking "malate?"... you're not alone.Magnesium malate is formed when an ion of magnesium is attached to a molecule of malic acid (an organic compound found in fruits and vegetables, especially apples).And, here's 5 surprising [...]

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How Dehydration Affects Fat Loss #ScienceSaturday

Having trouble burning fat? Dehydration may be holding you back... Even being dehydrated by 4% can have a significant impact on your body. Find out more with  Thomas DeLauer on the latest episode of #ScienceSaturday Having trouble staying hydrated in the Summer Heat? Try Jigsaw's  Sugar-Free Electrolyte Supreme™ Packets today:Captions by Rev.com- What is the opposite of minerals? Water. [...]

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How Does Caffeine Raise Blood Pressure? | #AshWednesday

Ashley and Debra Brunk, PhD, discuss how caffeine raises blood pressure and good alternatives to coffee for dealing with the 'afternoon slump' in the latest #AshWednesday Promote healthy energy levels with  Jigsaw Electrolyte Supreme™ without the use of caffeine or sugar. ***Hint: It's a LOT cheaper than Starbuc... well, you already know that ;-) Captions by Rev.com - Hi [...]

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Magnesium for optimal brain function...

The role magnesium plays in supporting cognitive function has been under-appreciated for far too long. Magnesium helps keep your brain cells properly nourished and energized.* Specifically, magnesium supports synaptic plasticity 1 -- an important nuerochemical foundation for memory and learning2. Your brain's ability to learn and remember things is largely dependent on the plasticity (ability to change) of your [...]

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