Magnesium


Magnesium can be found in many foods such as dark green, leafy vegetables. Other foods include fruits and vegetables like bananas and avocados, Nuts like cashews and almonds and whole grains like brown rice.πŸ₯œπŸ₯‘
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It is important to have high levels of magnesium in your system. A deficiency in Magnesium can lead to Sleepiness, Muscle Weakness and Hyper-excitability (Muscle Cramping).πŸ’ͺ🏻
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Magnesium plays a role in maintaining normal nerve and muscle function, supports the immune system, keeps the heart beat steady and helps your bones remain strong. Taking magnesium supplements is not recommended if your diet is high in protein, calcium or vitamin D increase your magnesium intake.πŸ₯›
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Magnesium is a vital source of energy production in your body as a source of electrolytes. It also aids in the process of protein synthesis and blood pressure regulation. πŸ’‰
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A recommended level of intake for Magnesium varies depending on age and gender. For males, it varies between 400-420mg. For Females, it varies between 320-36mg, with levels dropping down to 310 when pregnant or lactating. πŸ‘ΆπŸΌ
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Magnesium is a key vitamin in your body, so make sure you including plenty of it in your diet! πŸ’™



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