Magnesium protects us against heart disease, lowering blood pressure, protecting against diabetes preventing the recurrence of kidney stones and improving the symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome. Magnesium supplements also strengthen muscles and work with calcium to ensure strong bones and protect against osteoporosis. If taken along with a diet rich in magnesium sources, they can protect against a range of illnesses. Magnesium and calcium should really be taken together.Consult your doc!
Food that contain magnesium including whole grains, nuts, seeds and legumes.
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Magnesium deficiency Associated with Eating Related Problems
Magnesium appears to be associated with a reduced risk of coronary heart disease. Best to get magnesium from magnesium rich foods or talk to your doc about supplements. Magnesium calms the nerves,this mineral mediates digestive processes, lack of magnesium is associated with many eating-related problems. Craving chocolate could be a sign of magnesium deficiency, 'cause chocolate is high in magnesium & also depression, diabetes, heart disease, migraines can be caused by a deficency. Get tested!
Magnesium's role in preventing heart disease and kidney stones is the most widely accepted. Individuals dying suddenly of heart attacks have been shown to have very low levels of magnesium in their heart. By The Encyclopedia of Healing Foods by Michael Murray, N.D. and Joseph Pizzorno, N.D.
Coffee, Magnesium, & Vitamin D For Overweight People
High coffee consumption could be associated with a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes, suggest Dutch researchers in a letter in the recent issue of British medical journal The Lancet. Reported in January's issue of Diabetes Care that the men and women whose diets included the largest amounts of magnesium were the least likely to develop type 2 diabetes. There is also new research revealing a positive association between vitamin D intake and reduced risk of diabetes
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