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Health Interest

Frozen Shoulder

GooD3Activ contains Magnesium with Vitamins D3, K2 and co-factors. This helps to leech out the excess Calcium deposits, freeing up the joint.

  • An indispensable aid to physiotherapy.
  • Reduce recovery period from years to weeks.
  • Reduce pain during physiotherapy.
  • Restore mobility of shoulder joint in quickest time.
  • Remove excess Calcium safely.
  • It is Gluten free, Non-GMO.

The EXCESS CALCIUM in our Calcium rich food, simply gets deposited in unwanted places like the shoulder joint where it curtails mobility and causes pain. This deposition results from a Calcium Magnesium imbalance and an impaired metabolism which makes Diabetics highly prone to develop this problem.

Whereas Physiotherapy is a must in this condition, it is often painful and long drawn out, taking 1-2 years to restore partial mobility. Whereas Physiotherapy can only impact the mechanical aspect of the shoulder joint, Ingredients in GooD3Activ reach the joint directly to leech out the excess calcium deposits and free the joint for movement.

Glycine further helps build new collagen and connective tissue, Restoring near total mobility in the shortest possible time.

MAGNESIUM also acts as a muscle relaxant to soothe the inflamed muscles around the shoulder joint and significantly reduces pain during the physiotherapy process.

It is advisable to continue Physiotherapy AND take GooD3Activ for maximum benefit in the shortest possible time.

For best results, Use GooD3activ (2 caps. in the morning) with MagRest (2 capsules at bedtime).

Magrest Contains Glycine that also helps build Collagen and connective tissue.

Both products are available from or

GooD3Activ contains

  • Magnesium derived from Sea Salt with 72 trace minerals.
  • Vitamin D3.
  • Vitamin K2, M7 (as Menaquinone).
  • These 3 work in synergy to regulate calcium and take it to the bones.

Magnesium Malate helps hammer out excess calcium from soft tissues.
Folic Acid & Vitamin B6 are important co-factors to aid above functions.

Magrest Contains Magnesium Glycinate.

What is Magnesium?

It is a natural mineral essential to the body’s health. On average, humans have 25 grams of Magnesium in the body.

What is Vitamin D3?

It is an activated form of Vitamin D that helps increase the absorption of Calcium from food by up to 20 times.

What is Vitamin K2?

It is a special form of Vitamin K that acts in synergy with Vitamin D3 and Magnesium to take Calcium where it belongs – in the bones and teeth.

Why is it Important?

Magnesium is involved in 700 to 800 body processes, literally everything one can think of. It Regulates Calcium in the body and proper balance of these minerals works together to keep the body functioning effectively. Vitamin D3 works at the cellular level and may be responsible for switching on and off more than 2000 genes. Vitamin K2 is essential to take Calcium to the bones. Parathyroid Hormone and Calcitonin, both involved in the remodeling process of the bones require Magnesium for their activity.

How can it help?

Physiotherapy is the only known remedy for frozen shoulder and Diabetics are susceptible to it more than others. Due to excess Calcium deposits, and loss of collagen / connective tissue, the shoulder movement becomes restricted. Removal of the excess calcium and build up of new collagen (with use of MAGREST) can alleviate this problem.
Physiotherapy alone may take years and is painful. Supplementation with GooD3Activ can shorten the recovery process, reduce pain and restore maximum mobility in the shortest possible time.
GooD3Activ contains gentle ingredients that the body knows and uses in its natural course of living. GooD3Activ has several benefits for the whole body and no known side effects. Studies have shown Vitamin K2 can take Calcium safely to the bones. K2 requires D3 and Magnesium for its proper working.

What is the toxicity level?

No toxicity has been reported to the best of our knowledge. The Body has inbuilt natural defense – if you take too much magnesium, it will cause mild case of diarrhea and also the Kidney will speed up the excretion of Magnesium, so it does not build up to any ‘excess’ level. Other Ingredients are also within limits as required.

Are there any contraindications to Magnesium Supplementation?

Magnesium supplementation should be avoided in the following cases :
Myasthenia Gravis, Kidney Failure, Bowel Obstruction or Heart Block

Why didn’t my doctor tell me about this?

Doctors receive little information on Nutrition and during their practice, they do not get a single company /medical representative promoting Magnesium or other natural ingredients. Only recently the scientific community has realized the importance of Vitamins K2 and D3 for the bones and it has not yet become an integral part of the medical care system.

Is it safe during Pregnancy?

Magnesium and other ingredients in GooD3Activ are safe before, during and after pregnancy, and during Lactation since the growing fetus draws on its mother for its own mineral requirements. Pregnant women are at high risk for developing nutritional deficiencies. Magnesium supplements may be taken under your doctor’s advice and supervision.

How can Magnesium Supplementation help?

Magnesium is now available in a chelated form that delivers adequate doses without causing Diarrhea. Unless it is contraindicated it can benefit almost everyone. Time is not far when Chelated MAGNESIUM will be used as a necessary part of food to optimize body function, just as people use once a day Multivitamin.

What is the recommended dosage?

We recommend 2 to 4 capsules a day. It can be taken anytime during the day, preferably 1-2 capsules in the morning and 1-2 capsules in the evening, with or without meals. Avoid taking late at night or at bedtime, as it may cause you to stay alert and delay sleep.

Magnesium is generally considered safe except certain rare conditions described below. Kindly consult your health care provider.

Contraindications to Magnesium Therapy

Kidney Failure

Myasthenia Gravis

Excessively Slow Heart Rate

Bowel Obstruction

All other Ingredients are also within the safety limits.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Any product recommended on this website is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. It is not a substitute for a varied diet and its usage is not to exceed the recommended daily dosage on the label.

All information and recommendations are of an advisory nature. Kindly use your discretion and take the advise of your health care practitioner in all medical matters.

Research Studies and Links :

Vitamin K2 as a protector of bone health and beyond -

Effects of Vitamin K2 on Osteoporosis -

Three-year low-dose Menaquinone-7 supplementation helps decrease bone loss in healthy Postmenopausal Women -

Vitamin K2 supplementation improves hip bone geometry and bone strength indices in Postmenopausal Women -

Effect of vitamin K supplementation on bone loss in elderly Men and Women -

A longitudinal study of the effect of vitamin K2 on bone mineral density in postmenopausal women a comparative study with Vitamin D3 and Estrogen-Progestin therapy -

Vitamin K2 (menatetrenone) effectively prevents fractures and sustains lumbar bone mineral density in Osteoporosis -

Low-dose vitamin K2 (MK-4) supplementation for 12 months improves bone metabolism and prevents forearm bone loss in postmenopausal Japanese Women -

Effect of continuous combined therapy with vitamin K(2) and vitamin D(3) on bone mineral density and coagulofibrinolysis function in postmenopausal Women -

Vitamin K2 inhibits glucocorticoid-induced bone loss partly by preventing the reduction of osteoprotegerin (OPG) -

Dietary Vitamin K2 supplement improves bone status after lung and heart transplantation -

Vitamin K2 treatment for postmenopausal osteoporosis in Indonesia -

Vitamin K, circulating cytokines, and bone mineral density in older men and women -

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