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Can Magnesium Prevent Heart Disease?

Published July 16, 2018

You may have heard that magnesium is an essential mineral, but do you really know what it does to keep your body functioning at its best? Magnesium plays a major role in your health, as over 300 enzymes rely on it for proper functioning and regulation. Magnesium helps regulate a variety of biochemical reactions in the body and aids in the transport of calcium and potassium across cell membranes. With magnesium playing such an essential role, it’s safe to say that a deficiency in the mineral can lead to a long list of health risks. Getting enough magnesium, either through your diet or through a combination of diet and supplements, can also help keep up your energy levels, calm your nerves, and relieve muscle aches. Some studies even suggest that maintaining high levels of magnesium may help protect you from heart disease, diabetes, and even stroke. Read more…

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