Magnesium – the key mineral for your long-term health

05 Aug

Magnesium is essential for your energy, cell growth, nerves, muscles and heartland arterial system. It helps you relax physically and mentally.
Magnesium dissolves excess calcium in the body. It is antagonistic towards aluminium, cadmium, lead mercury and nickel, so is essential for good health if you live in a polluted environment.
Most people today are severely deficient; getting less than half of what their ancestors did a century ago.
A mild deficiency in magnesium is a risk factor for osteoporosis. Magnesium deficiency is involved with many other degenerative diseases, including:
• Anxiety
• Asthma
• Blood clots
• Constipation
• Depression
• Diabetes
• Chronic fatigue
• Heart disease
• Hypertension
• Insomnia
• Kidney disease
• Migraines
• Muscular skeletal problems ( fibrosis is, fibromyalgia cramps, pains)
• Menstrual problems
• Obstetrical problems and muscle twitches
• Panic attacks
• Tooth decay
Magnesium is a difficult mineral to supplement orally.
So how do you get sufficient magnesium when most of our soil, our food and our bodies are so deficient?
The answer is through your skin.
Magnesium oil is the best way to supplement.
It is by far the best way to get sufficient magnesium.
Apply it to your arms and legs to start.
It contains a high concentration of magnesium chloride, plus other minerals, it’s not really an oil but when you put it on your skin it looks and feels a bit oily.
The best food sources of magnesium are seaweeds, nuts, beans, fresh wheat germ, greens and other vegetables and dark unsweetened chocolate.

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