Are You Getting Enough Magnesium?


For many, incorporating veggies and other magnesium-rich foods can be extremely beneficial, especially if that is one mineral your body is lacking due to your diet or lifestyle choices. Sometimes, just a small tweak in our diet can help boost our energy levels, mood, skin appearance, hair shine and digestion. Although walking into a health food store or vitamin shop can seem overwhelming, heading to the proper aisle to assist your needs can be easy once you are informed on the nutritional benefits of the supplement or vitamin that you are interested in consuming. A great place to start is including more magnesium into your diet.

Magnesium is a mineral that plays a role in energy production; it helps regulate muscle and nerve function, blood glucose levels and blood pressure levels. Magnesium helps with bone and cell formation, nerve transmission and helps to create a normal and steady heart rhythm as well.

This mineral is found in many common foods items that you may be consuming on a daily basis, such as pumpkin seeds, leafy green vegetables, beans, brown rice, spinach, carrots, cashews and sesame seeds. Another great way to include magnesium into your diet is trying our Blue Green Algae Pills.

These anti-aging supplements remineralize the system as they increase the levels of calcium and magnesium in the body, due to a special delicate and proprietary drying process that ensures the highest standard of purity. Incorporating this mineral with the proper serving size into your diet could possibly relieve a few symptoms you may be experiencing.

Benefits of Magnesium:

-Prevents Migraines

-Calms Anxiety/ Nerves

-PMS Symptoms

-Helps with Bone Formation

-Increases energy

-Aids in digestion

-Regulates calcium levels

Although everyone’s needs may differ when it comes to the proper amount of Magnesium that should be consumed, you may find the right amount depending on your age, gender, or if you are pregnant or breast feeding here.

Signs you may be Magnesium deficient:





-Muscle Weakness

-Poor memory


Try adding more of this helpful mineral into your diet, and begin to feel the benefits! As always, consult with your doctor before adding any supplements to your diet. For many, the information above may or may not be a sign of magnesium deficiency, but learning about the benefits and warning signs may help lead you to a better approach of self-care.




Medical News Today
National Institute of Health
Dr. Axe
Categories: Beauty,Health & Wellness,Nutrition,Tips
Published on March 17, 2017 by Susan Ciminelli

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