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5 diseases magnesium could help you avoid

A magnesium deficiency is dangerous partly because it’s almost impossible to detect. But, the real danger is that low magnesium is linked with several major chronic illnesses, a few of which are life-threatening. Successful treatment depends on which type of magnesium you take…

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A novel way to boost your magnesium

Magnesium has been called the most important mineral in the human body. There was a time when eating magnesium-rich food was the best way to get it. But modern farming and food processing have caused the levels of magnesium to decline by about 21 percent since 1940. How can you avoid a dangerous deficiency?

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Want cancer protection? Magnesium levels matter

Magnesium is a critical mineral for hundreds of bodily processes. Now, researchers are exploring exactly how magnesium may help defend the body from cancer — and they’ve discovered it has to do with the immune system…

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What’s stealing your magnesium?

Over the past 100 years, some of us humans have been experiencing a dangerous theft: Our magnesium intake has gone from 500 mg day to 175-225 mg day, which is well below the recommended intake, and we’re experiencing an uptick in disease as a result…

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The dangerous deficiency that’s almost impossible to detect

It’s considered the silent epidemic of our times–a nutritional deficiency that is vastly underestimated according to peer-reviewed research. But what can you do? Know the symptoms, signs and illnesses associated with it to save your health.

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Magnesium deficiency: Symptoms, causes and cures for the silent crisis

While a magnesium deficiency manifests symptoms and can lead to dire health consequences, it can be very hard to detect. Routine blood tests don’t often look for levels of magnesium. And, even when they do, it’s not a foolproof test. That’s because most of your magnesium is stored in your bones, not your blood.