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No one has ever told you how important the Magnesium is!



Have you ever thought that a possible deficiency of Magnesium can cause you difficulties to go to the toilet?

Have you ever thought that a possible deficiency of Magnesium can make you feel tired?

What would you think if I was telling you that lack of Magnesium can cause you cravings?

If I've tracked your attention, keep reading as it is one of the most important minerals- if not the most important!!

Benefits of Magnesium:

1. Lowers your stress levels

2. Makes your bones stronger

3. Lowers inflammation

4. Controls constipation

5. Gives you energy

6. Makes you sleep better and deeper

7. Keeps your muscles healthy

8. Helps with headache and migraines

Deficiency of Magnesium can cause:

1. Anxiety

2. Constipation

3. Headache

4. Mood changes

5. Photosensitivity

6. Irregular heartbeat

7. Insomnia

8. High blood pressure

9. High blood glucose

10. Mitral valve prolapse

11. Muscle cramps/ smasms

Sources:

1.Pumpkin seed - kernels

2.Almonds, dry roasted

3.Spinach, boiled

4.Cashews, dry roasted

5.Pumpkin seeds in shell

6.Peanuts, oil roasted

7.Cereal, shredded wheat

8.Soymilk, plain or vanilla

9.Black beans, cooked

10.Edamame, shelled, cooked

11.Dark chocolate -60-69% cacoa

12.Peanut butter, smooth

13.Bread, whole wheat

14.Avocado, cubed

15.Potato, baked

16.Rice, brown

17.Yogurt, plain, low fat

18.Breakfast cereals fortified

19.Oatmeal, instant

20.Kidney beans, canned

21.Banana

22.Cocoa powder– unsweetened

23.Salmon

24.Milk

25.Raisins

26.Chicken breast, roasted

27.Beef, ground, 90% lean

28.Broccoli, chopped & cooked

29.Rice, white



Recommended Dietary Allowances for adults:

Men: 400–420 mg

Women: 310–320 mg

Note no1: that when you sweat, you lose salt, magnesium and other minerals.

Note no2: When you are anxious, your magnesium levels are dropping down.

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Tania L.

ISSA Certified Personal Trainer

ISSA Certified Nutritionist.

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