low magnesium

Ouch! Nocturnal Leg Cramps—and How to Stop Them

Up to 60 percent of adults have had nocturnal leg cramps.[1] These recurrent, painful cramps usually strike the calf muscles and can cause frequent awakenings and severe insomnia. They are more common in people aged 50 years and older. If you’ve suffered through them, read on to learn how to … Read More

Fatigue Causes Include Lack of 4 Specific Nutrients

Your body depends on optimal levels of vitamins, minerals, and other key nutrients to run its metabolic pathways, or the biochemical reactions that produce energy. That’s why one of the primary fatigue causes in Western cultures is a poor diet. Most people are simply not eating the types or quantities … Read More

7 Natural Restless Leg Syndrome Treatment Options

We all get antsy from time to time and feel the need to get up and move around. But for people who suffer from restless leg syndrome, these feelings aren’t just an occasional bother. The urge to move and the uncomfortable, even painful, sensations in the legs and other parts … Read More

Why Is Sugar Bad for You?

Osteoporosis poses a disease threat that is greater than that of both hypertension (high blood pressure) and breast cancer, according to the World Health Organization. Yet this insidious and debilitating bone disease rarely gets the attention it deserves. Nonetheless, deterioration of the bones and increased risk of fractures is a … Read More

Trace Mineral May Help Prevent Osteoporosis and Osteopenia

What do Jamaica, Fiji, and Northern Thailand have in common?  Aside from being vacation destinations, people who live in these countries have a “more than usual” occurrence of musculo-skeletal diseases. In fact, in these countries about 20 percent of the population has some form of musculo-skeletal disease (typically arthritis). On the contrary, … Read More

What You Must Know About Low Magnesium Symptoms

Magnesium plays a vital role in your health, participating in more than 300 enzymatic reactions. It is one of your body's chief requirements for insulin regulation, energy production, blood pressure control, heart health, pH balance, and cancer prevention. Sadly, up to half of Americans are deficient in magnesium and they don’t … Read More

Do You Have Magnesium Deficiency Symptoms?

The shift toward the modern Western diet has caused an increase in cases of magnesium deficiency.[1] Most people meet only about 50 percent of the U.S. Recommended Dietary Allowance of magnesium (410 to 420 mg per day for men and 310 to 320 mg per day for women).[2] This can … Read More

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