Like Prof. X was saying, it’s only going to benefit those who don’t already have it in their diet (or if they’re not absorbing it because of their diet, like if you have a lot of calcium with it or take a form of zinc or magnesium that isn’t as easily absorbed).
ZMA is supposed to be easier to absorb, with the help of one of the B vitimins, and either the zinc or the magnesium (I think it’s the mag.) naturaly helps with sleep and that fact alone makes the product worth it.
I’ve definitley felt like I slept better while taking it, and I remember more dreams, and figgure that I’m going into a deeper sleep with it. That can lead to better rest and recovery which is always a good thing.
Again, it works if you’re deficient in it, and from what I’ve read, weight trainers are typically deficient in it for some reason (sorry I’m not too scientific, but I’m going off of memory here).
For the money, I’d say it’s definitley at least worth a shot.[/quote]
Yeah but you are missing the point. Whilst you could eat magnsesium and zinc and get enough and get enough pyridoxine, this formula does several things…
a. Avoids having to optimise the diet which can be difficult and expensive.
b. Avoids having to eat zinc / magnesium rich foods which might give you excess calories or other undesirable ingredients as well, for instance fat.
c. Is composed to give a far greater effect than the ingredients on their own. You would not be able to replicate this effect with whole foods.