People in this thread are suggesting that you take your D3 at a separate time because it is a magnesium hog.
do you also take vitamin d3? because if you do, make sure to get some of your daily magnesium intake at a different time than the d3. d3 is a mag hog and if you [edit: ONLY] take them together the d3 supp will snatch it all up and you won't have any mag going to its other important processes like relaxing your muscles...
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