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Are You At Risk for Magnesium Deficiency?
Though we don’t hear about it much, magnesium is absolutely crucial for good health. More than 350 biochemical processes depend on magnesium, including bone formation, energy production, and digestion. Magnesium deficiency affects the functioning of the adrenals, brain, nervous system, kidneys, and heart.
If you’re not familiar with the symptoms of inadequate magnesium, you might be surprised. Do you notice any of these eight symptoms in yourself?
Magnesium deficiency and your diet
Your magnesium levels can be negatively affected by a normal, modern lifestyle. Caffeine, fat, sugar, salt, and alcohol will all act to decrease your body’s magnesium level. Refined foods like rice and grains lose most of their magnesium content during processing. Dietary sources for magnesium include almonds, cashews, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, molasses, soy beans, flax, grain bran, and pumpkin seeds. Dark chocolate with low sugar content is a healthy source, as well.
Supplementing with oral or topical products can help you easily increase your body’s magnesium levels. TrüMAG provides high bioavailability and is gentle on your stomach. Magnesium Rub is an effective and easy to use transdermal therapy that works well for people with severely lacking in magnesium.
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