Do you have magnesium deficiencies?
Here are a list of signs to look for:
2. Muscle Cramps
3. Difficulty Sleeping
6. Acid Reflux
7. Hormonal Imbalances
8. Low Energy and Weakness
What is Magnesium and why is it important in our diet? Magnesium helps with maintaining cell functions and sustains cell movements in our body. It is also an enzyme regulator, where it helps in the processes of breaking down fats and sugars, helps to regulate cholestrols in our body, the creation of and repair of DNAs, and helps with the production of anti-oxidants. There are many foods that contains magnesium. Or you may choose to increase magnesium through supplements.
Before starting a new program or supplement, always check with your trusted healthcare provider, dietitian, or nutritionist to see what is right for your situation.
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