How Important is Magnesium?

Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body. Primarily involved in supporting nerve function and a healthy immune system, it also helps to keep heart rhythm steady and bones strong. Magnesium assists in regulating blood sugar levels, promotes normal blood pressure, participates in energy metabolism and protein synthesis.

Magnesium is a very difficult mineral to test for, it is found in the tissue and the bones with only 1% residing in the blood. Symptoms of deficiency can be fatigue, poor memory, irritability, nervousness, insomnia, anorexia and abnormal heart beat to name a few. Magnesium deficiency can effect virtually every system of the body.

To improve your overall health, well being and results look at introducing a high quality Magnesium supplement into your nutritional intake.

Dynamic Nutrition

Dynamic Nutrition

Dynamic Nutrition is an exciting initiative put together by amateur bodybuilders and health and fitness enthusiasts Brendon Lawrence and Nikayla Baker.

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