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Lori Shemek, PhD Nov 6
Magnesium plays a key role in vitamin D prevention. Magnesium aids in the metabolism, or "activation," of vitamin D so it can be used by the body. Many people are taking vitamin D supplements but don't realize how it gets metabolized.
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Phys.org Nov 21
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Kristie Leong M.D. Nov 22
leaves have up to 5X more than the stalks. Don’t toss the leaves!
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Kristie Leong M.D. Nov 22
A very filling plate of with pumpkin seeds sprinkled on top. Pumpkin seeds are high in , zinc, & iron. Plus, the fat helps you absorb fat-soluble nutrients from the veggies.
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Paula Maier Nov 21
is an essential needed. Why not add it in whole foods options?!
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Kristie Leong M.D. Nov 16
deficiency can worsen other conditions, including high , heart disease, depression, & osteoporosis. Yet it may go undiagnosed since blood levels don't reflect tissue levels of magnesium.
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Indestructible Paint Nov 19
We have been involved for more than 50 years with the development and production of for and . Read our recent blog on the ..
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@annavargowellness Dec 9
Another reason to up your and minerals. I know a massage therapist (who is also a nurse) who talks about mineral deficiencies as a simple fix for a lot of problems w/ her clients.
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Immuno Nutrition UK Nov 18
Magnesium supplementation is shown to improve metabolic syndrome by reducing blood pressure, hyperglycemia and lipids after just 16 weeks. PubMed - NCBI
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H. L. Daneschvar, MD Dec 7
The 5 top sources of magnesium: 1) Brazil nuts 2) Oat bran 3) Brown rice 4) Fish, mackerel 4) Cashews
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Alec Davis Nov 12
Scanning electron microscopy image of tin veins in an extruded Mg alloy. Image 0.8mm across.
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Kristie Leong M.D. Dec 4
-rich foods like leafy greens πŸ₯¬ are linked w/ better sleep & less . Magnesium stimulates GABA (a calming brain chemical) receptors & also helps regulate .
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Stavis Seafoods Nov 11
Fin Fact! contain B12 & which help ensure proper nervous system development & may reduce risk of mental health conditions such as & mood disorders. They also contain & which keep your !
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Beyond Kilos&Inches 19h
Let’s get stronger! is imp for absorption in active form. VitD & helps with absorption. By including Whole Foods like nuts, seeds, eggs, dairy, fortified plant milk, legumes, whole grains, leafy veggies, one can attain great .
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Move it or Lose it Nov 19
Sleep well with magnesium rich foodsπŸ›οΈ Magnesium helps activate neurotransmitters that are responsible for calming the body and the mind which helps us prepare for sleep. Magnesium rich foods include salmon, leafy greens, bananas, nuts and even dark chocolate!
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Life Extension Dec 4
Association of deficiency with diseases. Here's what the research says.
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Tom Greenfield ND Nov 22
"The lack of consistent findings across cohort studies and the uncertainty about the relevance of serum magnesium results for dietary limit the public health implications of these findings." Why not test red cell magnesium?
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Stephen Reynolds Nov 28
Random sleep tip for you. One of the things i learned along the road of all things fitness and training. Magnesium tablets. Hope it helps. That is all. Happy sleep everyone.
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Julie Ryan Nov 9
Do you use magnesium for fibromyalgia pain?
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The Advocate Nov 23
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