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Early Warning Signs Your Body’s Magnesium Levels are DANGEROUSLY Low


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One of the minerals your body needs the most is likely one that you’re also deficient in. A typical human body contains approximately one to two ounces of magnesium, found mainly in the bones and teeth, with concentrations also in the heart and brain and even a small amount in the blood. In fact, every single cell in the body requires it to some degree to function properly. It’s also the second most abundant intracellular (positive ion) in your body and is critical in over 300 metabolic functions. Clearly, this mineral is vital, yet the USDA estimates that nearly one half of the American population consume an inadequate amount in their diets. Why is this so?

We have very busy, often hectic, lifestyles these days, so our body uses up our supply while it deals with our mental and physical stress. Quite simply, we’re using up this adaptogenic mineral faster than we can take it in – and we should be taking in 500 – 1,000mg per day. The lengthy list of magnesium deficiency symptoms includes, but are not limited to, facial twitches, blood clots, leg cramps, migraines, anxiety, irritability, depression, heart disease, unstable blood sugar, chronic fatigue, osteoporosis and insomnia.

Adequate magnesium intake may even help Alzheimer’s, theorized to be the case by its ability to improve the oxygen intake in the brain. It’s also thought to be associated with Parkinson’s tremors after studies showed lowered levels of magnesium in the brains of people diagnosed with the disease.

To add to the staggering list, magnesium deficiency is also connected to chronic diseases, such as type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome, amongst others. Having a deficiency causes the body to overproduce insulin and then that extra glucose goes into the cells, causing inflammation. It’s a very slippery slope.

Magnesium For Your Body And Mind

Put magnesium on the menu tonight. Rich dietary sources of magnesium are housed in leafy green vegetables (think spinach and kale), fish, avocados, dark chocolate, whole grains, legumes, nuts, and a multitude of seeds (chia, flax, sunflower, pumpkin and millet, to name a few).

You should also take a high quality supplement, and please trust me when I say that not all supplements are created equal. It must have the magnesium cofactors Glycinate, Malate, Taurinate and Orotate, as they are more effectively absorbed to support organ systems and bodily functions than any other forms.

Here’s what the powerhouse four do for you.

Magnesium Glycinate For The Mind
• Controls anxiety, irritability, insomnia, concentration and hysteria
• Minimizes laxative effects and is the least likely form to induce diarrhea
• Corrects long term deficiencies
• Reduces numbness, crying and depression
• Increases mental calmness and relaxation

Magnesium Orotate For The Body
• Enhances athletic performance
• Boosts DNA formation and heart repair and function

Magnesium Malate For The Muscles
• Treats fibromyalgia
• Calms muscle fatigue
• Manages PMS, and headaches
• Supports digestion (so take with meals)
• Increases energy production

Magnesium Taurinate For The Heart
• Supports healthy heart function
• Prevents migraines
• Suppresses heart palpitations and arrhythmias

Besides taking a magnesium supplement with


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