You’re going to want to read this: MIRACLE MAGNESIUM

You’re going to want to read this: MIRACLE MAGNESIUM
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There’s no way around it! We are all defi­cient in Mag­ne­sium. If you don’t think you are, think again! Most peo­ple, includ­ing doc­tors, don’t even real­ize that minor health com­plaints to more severe health prob­lems all cor­re­late to a mag­ne­sium defi­cien­cy. PMS, gut issues, mus­cle aches and pains, neu­rode­gen­er­a­tive dis­eases, PCOS, adren­al fatigue, anx­i­ety and depres­sion, and the list goes on are all cor­re­lat­ed to MAGNESIUM!

MAG, WHAT?

Alright, so let me explain. Mag­ne­sium is the fourth most abun­dant min­er­al in the human body and its respon­si­ble for over THREE HUNDRED chem­i­cal reac­tions nec­es­sary for car­ry­ing out nerve impuls­es, detox­i­fi­ca­tion in the liv­er, and build­ing healthy teeth and bones.

Along with being a min­er­al, it is also an elec­trolyte. Which makes it even more impor­tant. With­out elec­trolytes, our bod­ies have a hard time keep­ing opti­mal PH lev­els, mus­cles can’t con­tact, and brain and nerve sig­nals have a hard time fir­ing. Are you start­ing to get the idea of how impor­tant mag­ne­sium is?

The moment we start becom­ing defi­cient is when we slow­ly begin to die. Our bod­ies begin degrad­ing with aches and pains, mem­o­ry loss etc.

As I said, every­one has some signs of mag­ne­sium defi­cien­cy.

Symp­toms range from:

  • Con­sti­pa­tion
  • Hyper­ten­sion
  • High blood pres­sure
  • Anx­i­ety
  • Depres­sion
  • Insom­nia
  • Behav­ioral dis­tur­bances
  • Lethar­gy
  • Impaired memory/thinking
  • Seizures 
  • Fatigue
  • Sleep dis­tur­bances
  • Pain
  • Mus­cle cramps
  • Chron­ic back pain
  • Headaches
  • Migraines
  • Mus­cu­lar pain
  • Ten­donitis
  • Anger
  • Aggres­sion
  • ADHD
  • Brain fog
  • Ten­sion
  • Demen­tia
  • PMS
  • Anx­i­ety dis­or­ders such as OCD

Aging itself is a risk fac­tor for mag­ne­sium defi­cien­cy; as we get old­er we become more defi­cient in mag­ne­sium and there­fore require more in our diet and in sup­ple­ment formDr.Carolyn Jean

Lack of Magnesium Linked to Chronic health problems

These health prob­lems have an asso­ci­a­tion with low lev­els of mag­ne­sium.

How Come we are deficient in the first place?

1.Our soil is com­pro­mised and deplet­ed of mag­ne­sium. No soil nutri­ents = no plant nutri­ents

2. Mod­ern-day lifestyles lead us to chron­ic stress which depletes mag­ne­sium.

3. The drugs the doc­tors pre­scribe fur­ther depletes our mag­ne­sium stores.

“Unfor­tu­nate­ly, the stan­dard blood test can­not detect mag­ne­sium defi­cien­cy, and a nor­mal read­ing might mis­lead both you and your health­care prac­ti­tion­er. Mag­ne­sium defi­cien­cy is com­mon and approx­i­mate­ly two-thirds of Amer­i­cans have been found to not con­sume enough mag­ne­sium.

One way to know if you might be defi­cient in mag­ne­sium is to try tak­ing a sup­ple­ment and see how you feel.”

What can you do?

Eat mag­ne­sium-rich food grown in organ­ic soil.

FoodMil­ligrams
(mg) per
serv­ing
Per­cent
DV*
Almonds, dry roast­ed, 1 ounce8020
Spinach, boiled, ½ cup7820
Cashews, dry roast­ed, 1 ounce7419
Peanuts, oil roast­ed, ¼ cup6316
Cere­al, shred­ded wheat, 2 large bis­cuits6115
Soymilk, plain or vanil­la, 1 cup6115
Black beans, cooked, ½ cup6015
Edamame, shelled, cooked, ½ cup5013
Peanut but­ter, smooth, 2 table­spoons4912
Bread, whole wheat, 2 slices4612
Avo­ca­do, cubed, 1 cup4411
Pota­to, baked with skin, 3.5 ounces4311
Rice, brown, cooked, ½ cup4211
Yogurt, plain, low fat, 8 ounces4211
Break­fast cere­als, for­ti­fied with 10% of the DV for mag­ne­sium4010
Oat­meal, instant, 1 pack­et369
Kid­ney beans, canned, ½ cup359
Banana, 1 medi­um328
Salmon, Atlantic, farmed, cooked, 3 ounces267
Milk, 1 cup24–276–7
Hal­ibut, cooked, 3 ounces246
Raisins, ½ cup236
Chick­en breast, roast­ed, 3 ounces226
Beef, ground, 90% lean, pan broiled, 3 ounces205
Broc­coli, chopped and cooked, ½ cup123
Rice, white, cooked, ½ cup103
Apple, 1 medi­um92
Car­rot, raw, 1 medi­um72

Sup­ple­ment

Sup­ple­ment­ing is the eas­i­est most avail­able way.

I take Mag­ne­sium Gly­ci­nate ( it is known as the most bioavail­able form, but there are lit­er­al­ly so many to choose from here is the break­down of which might be best for you.)

Magnesium Glycinate.

or Ion­ic mag­ne­sium drops

AgeMaleFemalePreg­nan­cyLac­ta­tion
Birth to 6 months30 mg*30 mg*
7–12 months75 mg*75 mg*
1–3 years80 mg80 mg
4–8 years130 mg130 mg
9–13 years240 mg240 mg
14–18 years410 mg360 mg400 mg360 mg
19–30 years400 mg310 mg350 mg310 mg
31–50 years420 mg320 mg360 mg320 mg
51+ years420 mg320 mg

Take a bath with Epsom salts to let the min­er­als absorb into your skin.

Image result for lavender epsom salt

Apply mag­ne­sium oil to your skin! Espe­cial­ly the soles of your feet.

Image result for magnesium oil

Use a mag­ne­sium lotion.

Image result for magnesium lotion

Ref­er­ences:

  1. Organ­ic Olivia. “Must Read: Why We’re ALL Defi­cient in Mag­ne­sium The Many Signs.” Organ­ic Olivia, 21 Sept. 2017, https://www.organicolivia.com/2014/12/must-read-why-were-all-deficient-in-magnesium-the-many-signs/.
  2. “Office of Dietary Sup­ple­ments — Mag­ne­sium.” NIH Office of Dietary Sup­ple­ments, U.S. Depart­ment of Health and Human Ser­vices, https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/Magnesium-HealthProfessional/.
  3. Briden, Lara. “Mag­ne­sium and the Men­stru­al Cycle.” Clue, Clue, 7 Mar. 2018, https://helloclue.com/articles/cycle-a‑z/magnesium-and-the-menstrual-cycle.
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This is so help­ful! Thanks for shar­ing! 😁