I've been taking magnesium citrate (powder & capsule form with nothing added) for more than two years now and would like to try a different form to see how it effects me.
I've found one that is a mixture of magnesium dimalate, glycinate, and (again) citrate and contains the following ingredients per 2 capsules:
300 mg Magnesium (as MagnesiumDiMalate, -glycinate, -citrate) 2,8 mg Vitamin B6
Ingredients: Magnesium DiMalate, Magnesium Glycinate Chelate, mikcronized Magnesiumcitrate, plant cellulose (capsule), Magnesiumstearate, Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate)
What do you think of this? I'm not sure about the B6, can it cause any negative side-effects? Also, I've heard that magnesiumstearate as a filler is bad, others say it doesn't matter. What's the verdict?
And here's the link to the product: http://www.vitaminexpress.org/en/magnesium/magnesium-synergy/prod6813.html#productcontent