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Health Benefits And Magnesium

Updated on March 11, 2012

Benefiting From Magnesium

If the body does not have sufficient magnesium, your muscles will suffer. Magnesium is an interesting mineral whatever part of the body is deficient of magnesium it will affect the body in a different way. The composition of magnesium varies throughout the body magnesium can be found in 70% of your bones.. Magnesium is also stored in our body tissues and cellular fluids you can find nearly 30% of magnesium in your body tissues and fluids.

If your bones are deficient of magnesium your skeletal system will show signs of:

  • backache
  • neck pain
  • tension headache
  • tightness in the chest
  • cramps
  • muscle twitch
  • jaw joint dysfunction

Muscular And Vascular Function

In regard to smooth muscle deficiency signs are:

  • Constipation
  • Menstrual cramps
  • Urinary spasms
  • Difficulty swallowing

Cardiovascular System

  • High Blood Pressure

Nervous System Defiect

  • PMS
  • Panic Attacks
  • Agoraphobia
  • Personality Changes
  • Mental Confusion

Natural Sources

  • Beans
  • Seeds
  • Nuts
  • Green Vegetables
  • Whole Grains
  • Seafood
  • Garlic
  • Figs & Dates

Calcium + Magnesium

Your Need For Minerals

Magnesium is responsible for transforming glucose into energy, magnesium also plays a role in vascular our tone. Magnesium is the major player of our body's metabolic process. Magnesium functions in orchestra with the other vitamins such as theB complex, vitamin C, and vitamin E. this vital mineral also plays a part in regulating the body's temperature.

Chlorophyll and magnesium also work together. Have you ever wondered what makes vegetables green? Vegetables get their color from chlorophyll, but magnesium can also be found in chlorophyll. Does this make sense?

Vitamin D takes over in the utilization functioning of magnesium. If the body has no vitamin D it cannot successfully utilize magnesium. If you consume calcium by the ton then you'll also need just as much magnesium.

Calcium and magnesium are territorial minerals they both are stored and compete for the same storage space in are body. For instance our bones calcium and magnesium is in our bones, therefore you need an adaquete amount of both minerals to maintain strong healthy bones.

I'm sure if I didn't explain this correctly someone will let me know.

Patients who suffer with high cholesterol have an increased need for magnesium .

Serious Stuff On Magnesium


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