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Magnesium is an essential mineral that plays a vital role in numerous bodily functions. There are various magnesium-rich foods we can eat to increase our magnesium intake, and there are also supplements that can be taken in addition to ensure we get the proper amounts of magnesium.

Magnesium is an essential mineral that plays a vital role in numerous bodily functions. There are various magnesium-rich foods we can eat to increase our magnesium intake, and there are also supplements that can be taken in addition to ensure we get the proper amounts of magnesium.

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Magnesium Supplements for Health and Well-Being

  1. 1. Magnesium Supplements Dr Carolyn Dean f o r H e a l t h a n d W e l l - B e i n g is a medical doctor and naturopath. She has authored and co-authored over 35 books
  2. 2. 2 Magnesium Supplements for Health and Well-Being Magnesium is an essential mineral that plays a vital role in numerous bodily functions. There are various magnesium- rich foods we can eat to increase our magnesium intake, and there are also supplements that can be taken in addition to ensure we get the proper amounts of magnesium. Dr. Carolyn Dean
  3. 3. We can get magnesium from many of the foods we eat, but studies show that many US adults do not get enough magnesium. 3 There are a variety of health conditions that can be improved through taking magnesium supplements. These in- clude kidney disease, Crohn’s disease, parathyroid problems and several di- gestive conditions. Older adults, peo- ple who do or have previously abused alcohol, and people taking antibiotics for cancer or diabetes may also benefit from a magnesium supplement. We can get magnesium from many of the foods we eat, but studies show that many US adults do not get enough magnesium. Increasing the volume of foods high in magnesium can help, as can taking supplements to ensure the body gets enough magnesium no mat- ter what we eat. People who do not get enough magnesium are more prone to conditions such as high blood pressure, inflammation and even major health is- sues like heart disease. Health Conditions Magnesium from Food
  4. 4. You can learn more about the links between lowered levels of magnesium and heart disease, obesity and diabetes by visiting the blog of Dr. Carolyn Dean. Dr Carolyn Dean

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