Magnesium is an important essential macro-mineral that only makes up 0.05% of our body weight but is involved in several hundred enzymatic reactions which contribute to many bodily functions.
Consumption of alcohol, use of diuretics, diarrhea, the presence of fluoride and high levels of zinc and vitamin D all increase the need for magnesium.
Consumption of fats, calcium and D and proteins decrease magnesium absorption as do foods high in OXALIC ADID- such as almonds, chard, cocoa, rhubarb, spinach and tea.
**Note: this post is not meant to diagnose, treat or cure any illnesses. It is for informational purposes only. Always read and follow the labels when taking supplements and always consult a healthcare professional.
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