Many people are magnesium deficient. Are you among them?In the U.S., 75% of people do not have enough magnesium in their diets. Here are a few symptoms of magnesium deficiency.
-Excess body odor
-Impaired memory function
Magnesium deficiency can seriously diminish your quality of life. Here are some natural sources of magnesium and tips that you can begin to work into your diet so that you can reach your daily value and prevent discomfort.
Avoid caffeine and alcohol: Alcoholic beverages and those containing caffeine are appetite suppressants and deplete the body's supply of magnesium.
Eat organic green veggies: The Chlorophyll in green leafy vegetables contains magnesium but be sure to choose organic as these types of vegetables tend to be the most contaminated with chemical residues from pesticides.
Take probiotics: Fermented beverages and foods along with probiotics help maintain the proper balance of beneficial bacteria withing the stomach, allowing the body to better absorb magnesium.
Absorb sunlight: Sunlight tends to be the primary source of vitamin D intake for the body and vitamin D is essential for the body to absorb magnesium.
Avoid sugar: Sugar leeches nutrients out of the body and should be cut out of the diet to help rebound magnesium content in the blood. It takes 54 magnesium molecules to process just 1 sugar molecule.
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