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Oh Mg!
80% of us are deficient!
It is Utilized in over 300 processes in our body!
ATP the ‘fuel’ of the cells is only active when bond to magnesium (Mg).
 

MAGNESIUM has been shown to boost everything from heart health to bone density. This inexpensive mineral can lower the risk of developing diabetes, high blood pressure, and stroke. And it even improves memory, eases anxiety, treats headaches, and targets depression. It affects every organ, every cell in body!
Essential nutrient that many health experts are calling a “miracle mineral.”
But chances are that you, like most people, don’t get enough of it in your diet.
 
Magnesium is found in the body’s muscles, bones, blood, and tissues. It’s involved in regulating everything from blood pressure to heart activity, energy production, nervous system function,  cell growth, bone density, fat and protein synthesis, muscle strength, and metabolism. Magnesium is a key regulator of carbohydrate metabolism. It influences the release and activity of insulin.  Can help increase endurance.
Studies have linked magnesium to a host of mental health benefits— in treating migraines, tension headaches, insomnia, depression, panic attacks, stress, and anxiety.
 
Most common magnesium deficiency related things you don’t want:
muscle cramps, twitching, heart palpitations, migraines, insomnia, angina, irregular heartbeat, asthma, anxiety, gastrointestinal problems, fatigue, poor concentration, depression, headaches, insomnia, numbness of hands or feet, back pain, diabeteshigh blood pressureosteoporosis, PMS, depression, and seizures.
 
Recommended daily allowance of magnesium is 400-420 milligrams per day for men and 310-320mg for women. Athletes may require 10mg/Kg/day.  Magnesium is in a range of healthy foods, including spinach, fish, yogurt, wheat germ, bran cereals, brown rice, beans, tofu, soybeans, and nuts. The most absorbable forms are magnesium citrate, taurate and malate. (Avoid magnesium oxide, aspartate and glutamate.)
 
Magnesium supplements can exacerbate: kidney failure, myasthenia gravis, excessively slow heart rates, and bowel obstructions.
What you really wanted to know:
Tips On Avoiding a Hangover
Magnesium and Vitamin C both support the alcohol dehydrogenase enzyme that breaks down alcohol and eliminates it from the body.
What can people do to support their livers after drinking alcohol? What is the best supplement you need to support liver function? Magnesium, Vitamin C and Milk Thistle.

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