15 Possible Effects of Low Magnesium

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Note: Check with your doctor before starting any supplement regimen.

Magnesium is an incredibly important mineral. It’s involved in over 300 biological reactions in the body

Not to be negative, but we sometimes need to be aware of the possible consequences of not having the right nutrients in our bodies.

Below is a list of a few possible effects of low magnesium. No explanations necessary. (Are you dealing with any of these?)

Insulin insensitivity
High blood pressure
Muscle cramps
“Failure to thrive” in children
Fungal overgrowth
Low calcium
Cardiovascular disease
Restless leg

For more dietary magnesium, enjoy Kaufmann-friendly magnesium-rich foods like leafy greens, avocados, nuts, seeds, and fish.

Supplement with magnesium if your doctor determines there are no contraindications against it.


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