Friday, 16 August 2019 | Editor
However much magnesium we take in through our food, nearly all of us need to supplement our diets with extra magnesium.
Good foods for magnesium include spinach, leafy greens, seeds, avocado, almonds, black beans, cacao (real chocolate), and a restricted amount of bananas . . . but it's not often enough.
Tuesday, 6 August 2019 | Editor
Magnesium is one of the six essential macro-minerals that comprise 99% of the body’s mineral content. Magnesium helps build bones, enables nerves to function and is essential to the production of energy from food.
Magnesium helps treat headaches, chronic pain, asthma, and sleep disorders. And in recent large scale study, magnesium has been linked to a reduced incidence of conditions such as heart disease, hypertension and diabetes.
Sunday, 17 September 2017 | Editor
Magnesium is a mineral essential to almost all cells, and is used for over 300 chemical reactions in the body. Most magnesium is stored in the bones and organs, with one of its primary functions being to keep muscles and nerves healthy. It is naturally available in many types of food, yet despite this, magnesium deficiency is extremely common.
In the full article: Why do we need magnesium, natural sources of magnesium, about magnesium deficiency, what if you have too much magnesium, magnesium supplements
Wednesday, 24 May 2017 | Editor
If there’s one nutrient we should all consider supplementing, it’s magnesium. Magnesium is one of the most important elements in our body, being involved in over 300 enzymatic reactions. Up to 60% of it is stored in our skeleton. Therefore, just like calcium, it is important for healthy bones and prevention of conditions such as osteoporosis. Apart from musculoskeletal health, it is also involved in making protein, helping muscle and nerve function, controlling our blood glucose levels, supporting our blood pressure regulation and energy production. In fact magnesium is so essential to so many biological functions, that it’s possibly the one nutrient we can’t do without.
Tuesday, 7 June 2016 | Editor
It's not just athletes who suffer from aching, tired muscles and symptoms of fatigue. The stresses and strains of modern day living have made these complaints all too common among many people every day. Conditions ranging from PMS associated muscular cramps and sports related muscle spasms, to more severe cases of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue are becoming increasingly common. Fortunately there are simple nutritional steps which can be taken, incorporating high strength magnesium supplementation, to help combat these complaints.