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How Magnesium Can Benefit Your Health


Published July 16, 2018

Did you know that having high levels of magnesium can significantly reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes, stroke, and cardiovascular disease? And did you know that all over the world, people aren’t getting enough magnesium, rendering them magnesium deficient? Being magnesium deficient increases the risk of diabetes and cardiovascular disease as well as other health issues affecting nerves and muscles. Despite a recent increase in the daily recommendation for magnesium intake, most of the population remains woefully deficient. Much of the reason for this is poor dietary habits that contribute to low magnesium levels. Magnesium and calcium should be consumed together and are often found in the same food groups. Because of the prevalence of processed foods, most people do not get enough magnesium through diet alone and may not be taking dietary supplements either. Finding safe, effective ways to increase your magnesium levels could save your life. Read more…

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