When it comes to magnesium, the amount in our diet is a big part of our health.
When we don’t get enough, we can suffer from fatigue, fatigue-related diseases like osteoporosis, heart disease, and even some cancers.
But, what is it about magnesium?
Is it a key to preventing and treating a wide range of diseases?
Is magnesium essential for our health?
And is it even beneficial?
We talked to the experts in the fields of nutrition and medicine to find out.
For a more detailed look at the science of magnesium and how it affects our health, we talked with Dr. John P. Kravitz, professor of medicine and director of the Center for Integrative Medicine at the Mayo Clinic.
Dr. Krivitz is the co-author of the new book, The Health Benefits of Magnesium: How it’s Essential for Your Health and Your Brain.
In a nutshell, magnesium is a mineral found in almost every plant in the world.
We eat a variety of foods with magnesium in them.
It’s found in fruits, vegetables, cereals, legumes, whole grains, nuts, seeds, and beans.
It’s also found in seaweeds, seaweed supplements, magnesium powder, and many other foods and supplements.
It is used as an antioxidant, and it can help reduce free radicals, or the negative energy produced by free radicals.
It also has been linked to better cognitive function, better brain health, and better immune system function.
Dr. Kivitz said that when you take magnesium supplements, you’re actually putting the nutrients in your body that you want to get.
This is called a bioavailability.
Magnesium supplements can also be taken as a liquid, or taken orally, but the most commonly used ones are capsules.
The capsules contain about 400 milligrams of magnesium, which is about 0.4 mg per teaspoon.
A teaspoon of magnesium powder contains 1 mg.
A tablespoon of magnesium in an orange or other fruit can contain up to 2.5 mg.
And, magnesium capsules can contain more than 30 mg.
The amounts are very small, but you’ll want to drink lots of it to get the full benefit.
Dr Kivitzer also said that there are other ways to supplement your magnesium, including eating magnesium-rich foods.
We’ll be speaking with Dr Kravitzer and other experts next week to talk about the health benefits of magnesium.