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Journal of Integrative Agriculture Volume 19, Issue 7, July 2020, Environmental risks for application of magnesium slag to soils in China. Chen et al., 2016 Y J Chen, F L Han, Z LuoSolidification and stabilization of heavy mental Pb in waste acid residue by magnesium slag Chinese Journal of Environmental Engineering, 10 (2016), pp. 3229-3234 Deng and Guo, 2012 J P Deng, Y P GuoResearch development of recycling of magnesium reducing slag China Nonferrous Metallurgy, 4 (2012), pp. 59-62.

Journal of Integrative Agriculture Volume 19, Issue 7, July 2020, Environmental risks for application of magnesium slag to soils in China

Magnésium et santé des plantes

WIKIPEDIA – Magnésium. Le magnésium est l'élément chimique de numéro atomique 12, de symbole Mg.

WIKIPEDIA – Magnésium.

Le magnésium est un métal alcalino-terreux. Le magnésium est le neuvième élément le plus abondant de l'univers[8]. Il est produit dans de grandes étoiles vieillissantes de l'addition séquentielle de trois noyaux d'hélium à un noyau carboné[9]. WIKIPEDIA - Magnesium deficiency. Magnesium deficiency is an electrolyte disturbance in which there is a low level of magnesium in the body.

WIKIPEDIA - Magnesium deficiency.

It can result in numerous symptoms.[3] Symptoms include tremor, poor coordination, muscle spasms, loss of appetite, personality changes, and nystagmus.[1][2] Complications may include seizures or cardiac arrest such as from torsade de pointes.[1] Those with low magnesium often have low potassium.[1] Causes include low dietary intake, alcoholism, diarrhea, increased urinary loss, poor absorption from the intestines, and diabetes mellitus.[1][4][5] A number of medications may also cause low magnesium, including proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) and furosemide.[2] The diagnosis is typically based on finding low blood magnesium levels (hypomagnesemia).[6] Normal magnesium levels are between 0.6-1.1 mmol/L (1.46–2.68 mg/dL) with levels less than 0.6 mmol/L (1.46 mg/dL) defining hypomagnesemia.[1] Specific electrocardiogram (ECG) changes may be seen.[1] Signs and symptoms[edit] Causes[edit]

WIKIPEDIA – Teneur en magnésium des aliments. LANUTRITION 01/12/16 Le déficit en magnésium a été sous-estimé. Une grande partie de la population manque de magnésium mais beaucoup de personnes ignorent leur déficit.

LANUTRITION 01/12/16 Le déficit en magnésium a été sous-estimé

En cause : le dosage peu fiable et peu représentatif de la présence de magnésium dans le corps humain et des valeurs de référence pour définir un statut « normal » qui ne reflètent pas la réalité. Et peut-être aussi un manque d’informations. American Heart Journal Volume 124, Issue 2, August 1992, Magnesium deficiency and sudden death. Medical Hypotheses Volume 56, Issue 2, February 2001 The multifaceted and widespread pathology of magnesium deficiency. J Inflamm Res. 2018; 11: 25–34. Magnesium deficiency and increased inflammation: current perspectives.

Science of The Total Environment Volume 312, Issues 1–3, 1 August 2003, Magnesium and calcium contents in foods from SE Spain: influencing factors and estimation of daily dietary intakes. BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANCER 10/11/15 Magnesium intake and incidence of pancreatic cancer: the VITamins and Lifestyle study. International Journal of Endocrinology Volume 2018, Magnesium and Human Health: Perspectives and Research Directions. EUREKALERT 07/12/16 Dietary magnesium associated with reduced risk of heart disease, stroke and diabetes. A diet rich in magnesium may reduce the risk of diseases including coronary heart disease, stroke and type-2 diabetes according to a new meta-analysis published in the open access journal BMC Medicine.

EUREKALERT 07/12/16 Dietary magnesium associated with reduced risk of heart disease, stroke and diabetes

This analysis of the evidence on dietary magnesium and health outcomes is the largest to date, involving data from more than one million people across nine countries. The researchers, from Zhejiang University and Zhengzhou University in China, found that people in the highest category of dietary magnesium consumption had a 10% lower risk of coronary heart disease, 12% lower risk of stroke and a 26% lower risk of type-2 diabetes compared to those in the lowest category. Their results also indicate that an extra 100mg per day of dietary magnesium could also reduce risk of stroke by 7% and type-2 diabetes by 19%.

Dr Wang added: "The current health guidelines recommend a magnesium intake of around 300mg per day for men and 270mg per day for women. Notes to editor: 1. 2. 3. Nutrition Research Volume 69, September 2019, Low dietary magnesium intake alters vitamin D—parathyroid hormone relationship in adults who are overweight or obese. Figures (1) Tables (3) Table 1Table 2Table 3 Abstract Vitamin D metabolism is dependent on magnesium (Mg) as a cofactor; therefore, poor Mg status may alter the relationship between vitamin D metabolite serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D (s25OHD) and serum parathyroid hormone (sPTH).

Nutrition Research Volume 69, September 2019, Low dietary magnesium intake alters vitamin D—parathyroid hormone relationship in adults who are overweight or obese

We hypothesized that low dietary Mg intake may alter sPTH response to s25OHD in a population with excess body weight, thereby leading to a worsening of cardiometabolic health. Keywords Cardiovascular health. Journal of Affective Disorders Volume 246, 1 March 2019, Dietary magnesium intake and risk of depression. NUTRIENTS 01/06/18 Special Issue "Magnesium Intake and Human Health" Background: It was shown in animal models and adults that the epidermal growth factor (EGF) is involved in the pathophysiology of calcineurin inhibitor (CNI) induced renal magnesium loss.

NUTRIENTS 01/06/18 Special Issue "Magnesium Intake and Human Health"

In children, however, the exact mechanism remains unclear, which was set as the purpose of [...] Read more. Background: It was shown in animal models and adults that the epidermal growth factor (EGF) is involved in the pathophysiology of calcineurin inhibitor (CNI) induced renal magnesium loss. In children, however, the exact mechanism remains unclear, which was set as the purpose of the present study. Methods: Children with nephrotic syndrome and renal transplant children treated with CNI (n = 50) and non-CNI treated children (n = 46) were included in this study. NUTRITION JOURNAL 05/12/18 Higher dietary magnesium intake is associated with lower body mass index, waist circumference and serum glucose in Mexican adults. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 08/04/19 Direct and indirect associations between dietary magnesium intake and breast cancer risk. Biological Trace Element Research June 2010, Volume 135, Issue 1–3, Analysis of Magnesium Contents in Commonly Consumed Foods and Evaluation of its Daily Intake in Korean Independent-Living Subjects.

NUTRIENTS 23/09/15 Magnesium in Prevention and Therapy. 7.2.1.

NUTRIENTS 23/09/15 Magnesium in Prevention and Therapy

Hypertension A substantial body of epidemiological and experimental research is linking magnesium deficiency and cardiovascular diseases such as hypertension and atherosclerosis [22,71,87,88]. Hypertension is a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke. FUTURA SANTE 01/11/19 Le magnésium bisglycinate est doux pour l'intestin. Le magnésium est un minéral qui se fait rare dans notre mode d'alimentation occidentale.

FUTURA SANTE 01/11/19 Le magnésium bisglycinate est doux pour l'intestin

Pourtant, il est essentiel à notre bonne santé et à celle de notre intestin. Le magnésium est un micronutriment d'une importance fondamentale pour notre organisme : formation des os, des dents, transmission de l'influx nerveux, contraction musculaire, anti-stress, anti-fatigue, etc. Autant dire qu'une carence importante peut être à l'origine de nombreux problèmes de santé. LES DIETETISTES DU CANADA - 2016 - Sources alimentaires de magnésium. LANUTRITION 25/05/18 Les meilleures sources de magnésium. Le magnésium se trouve dans divers aliments, que ce soit le cacao, les noix, les fruits de mer ainsi que certaines eaux minérales. 3 Français sur 4 manquent de magnésium, ce qui peut se traduire par un état de fatigue, d’anxiété ou des douleurs musculaires.

Des carences ont été liées à des troubles cardiovasculaires ou des fractures. Voici les aliments les plus riches en ce minéral, par famille. La sardine à l’huile ! BFR 12/12/17 BfR bewertet Tageshöchstmenge für Magnesium in Nahrungsergänzungsmitteln. Eine erhöhte Aufnahme von Magnesium über Nahrungsergänzungsmittel kann leichte Durchfälle verursachen Die Tageshöchstmenge für Magnesium in Nahrungsergänzungsmitteln sollte 250 Milligramm (mg) nicht überschreiten.

BFR 12/12/17 BfR bewertet Tageshöchstmenge für Magnesium in Nahrungsergänzungsmitteln

Dies empfiehlt das Bundesinstitut für Risikobewertung (BfR) unter Berücksichtigung neuer Daten. „Nahrungsergänzungsmittel liegen im Trend, viele Menschen glauben, dass sie damit gesundheitliche Vorteile erzielen“, sagt BfR-Präsident Prof. Dr. Dr. Stellungnahme:BfR bewertet empfohlene Tageshöchstmenge für die Aufnahme von Magnesium über Nahrungsergänzungsmittel Die genannten Beschwerden durch zu hohe Magnesium-Zufuhren sind innerhalb von ein bis zwei Tagen vollkommen reversibel und stellen für gesunde Personen mit normaler Nierenfunktion kein signifikantes Gesundheitsrisiko dar.

Die Tageshöchstmenge gilt für Personen ab vier Jahren. Magnesium ist ein lebensnotwendiger Mineralstoff und ein häufiges Element der Erdkruste sowie des menschlichen Körpers. Über das BfR nach oben. VKM_NO 05/04/16 Risk assessment of magnesium in food supplements. Pending establishment of common maximum limits in the EU, the NFSA is evaluating the national maximum limits for vitamins and minerals in food supplements. This risk assessment is the scientific basis for NFSA's evaluation of national limits for magnesium. Magnesium salts in food supplements may cause osmotic diarrhoea which is the most frequently reported adverse effect. However, these effects are considered relatively mild. No tolerable upper intake level (UL) has been established for magnesium intake from food sources for the reason that no adverse effects have been recognised in healthy populations. The tolerable upper intake level varies between countries. VKM found no results to support an alteration of this UL.

EFSA 06/06/18 Evaluation of di‐magnesium malate, used as a novel food ingredient and as a source of magnesium in foods for the general population, food supplements, total diet replacement for weight control and food for special medical purposes.