Why We’re All Deficient In Magnesium, The Many Signs & What To Do
Magnesium is life. It is the 4th most abundant mineral in the body, right next to sulfur (which is JUST as important). Along with being a mineral, magnesium is also an electrolyte. “Sports drinks” (aka sugar-filled scams) claim to contain electrolytes such as magnesium, potassium, and sodium because we sweat away these important nutrients during exercise, and their deficiency is what leads to the common problems athletes face, such as muscle cramping! But believe me – electrolytes (especially magnesium) do so much more than treat and prevent muscle cramps. First off, electrolytes are what allow us to be living, electrical beings. Magnesium is a cofactor in over three hundred reactions in the body, necessary for transmission of nerve impulses, temperature regulations, detoxification in the liver, and formation of bones and teeth. Nearly EVERYONE has signs of magnesium deficiency but we don’t realize it… Symptoms include: Cravings Do you crave chocolate? Why Are We So Deficient? 1. 2. 3. 4.
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