A study published in The Journal of Intensive Care Medicine concludes that magnesium is critical to long life and good health.
Magnesium deficiency triggers such conditions as: anxiety, diabetes, heart disease, and migraines.
Some experts say [over] half of Americans are deficient in this nutrient and don’t know it.
Benefits of Magnesium
It is responsible for over 300 enzyme reactions and is present in all bodily tissues. It’s a critical component in bones, muscle and brain. And your cells need it to make energy, stabilize membranes, and help muscles relax.
It can fight depression, fatigue, and even kidney disease. And it’s critical to many essential bodily functions. It has important relationships to heart health. It helps dilate blood vessels, prevents spasms in the heart muscle and blood vessel walls, fights the action of calcium, which increases spasms, helps dissolve blood clots, acts as an antioxidant against free radical formation.
Sources of Magnesium
Good sources include almonds, cashews, walnuts, shrimp, green drinks, and leafy green vegetables.
I do suggest taking a supplement. While the recommended daily amount is about 300 mg a day, most of us get less than 200 mg. Most people could benefit from as much as 400 to 1,000 mg a day.
Another good option is taking Epsom salts. Taking a hot bath in Espom salts (magnesium sulfate) helps reduce stress and allows easy absorption of magnesium.
Magnesium citrate, glycinate taurate, and aspartate are the most easy to absorb. Caution against magnesium carbonate, sulfate, gluconate, and oxide because they are more difficult to absorb.
I you have diabetes, heart disease, or migraines, I also recommend taking the UltraInflamX 360 shakes. These provide magesium and other natural ingredients to decrease inflammation.
A deficiency in magnesium makes you twice as likely to die, according to findings published in The Journal of Intensive Care Medicine. Unfortunately 80 percent of Americans are deficient in magnesium.
Medical experts agree that magnesium is essential to a long and healthy life. A lack of this important nutrient can cause irregular heartbeat, and in pregnant women it can cause seizures. Magnesium triggers over 300 enzyme reactions and is present in all bodily tissues. It’s critical to bones and muscle. Your cells use it to make energy and stabilize membranes. It helps improve depression, fatigue, and even kidney disease.
Magnesium deficiency has been linked to migraines, inflammation, and high CRP levels. Most of my clients are deficient in magnesium. One recent study concluded…It is regrettable that deficiency of such an inexpensive, low-toxicity nutrient results in diseases that cause incalculable suffering throughout the world.
We just don’t get enough magnesium in our diets. Carb-rich foods like white flour and pasta have no magnesium at all. Neither does dairy. Certain foods reduce our magnesium levels – alcohol, salt, cola, and coffee all reduce magnesium. And our modern lifestyle does the same: stress, antibiotics, and diuretics decrease our levels too.
Magnesium is hard to absorb. That’s why it’s important to supplement our magnesium intake.
Good dietary sources of magnesium include:
- Green drinks
- Leafy green vegetables
I do suggests taking a supplement. While the recommended daily amount is about 300 mg a day, I find most clients could benefit from as much as 400 – 1,000 mg a day.
Taking a hot bath in Espom salts (magnesium sulfate) helps reduce stress and allows easy absorption of magnesium.
Magnesium citrate, glycinate taurate, and aspartate are the most easy to absorb.
Even though you are taking UltraInflamX Plus 360 which contains 330 mg per serving, you will still need to take an additional amount. I suggest Metagenics Mag Citrate 200 mg/2 tabs – take 2 am & 2 PM. Order @ www.DrJeffreyTucker.meta-ehealth.com