Magnesium is involved in over 300 of our cellular pathways and is one of the first minerals to be depleted when we're STRESSED.
1. Muscle cramps
2. Menstrual cramps
5. Insomnia/Sleep Issues
6. Cardiovascular Health
8. Bone Health
9. Constipation/Digestive Health
Magnesium Citrate best for constipation.
Magnesium Glycinate or Magnesium Malate forms are best for energy, muscle cramps, mood, sleep, etc. and getting magnesium INTO your cells.
Foods rich in Magnesium:
Dark Leafy Vegetables (e.g. chard, spinach, kale, etc.)
Nuts and Seeds
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A BIT ABOUT NATUROPATHIC MEDICINE:
Hello from Dr. Patti Kim + Dr. Angela Agrios! We are both California licensed Naturopathic Doctors (NDs) who have been practicing for 10+ years.
Naturopathic medicine integrates conventional and natural medicine principles and practices. For those of you new to naturopathic medicine, here's a little bit more for you:http://www.nunm.eduhttp://www.calnd.orghttp://www.naturopathic.org
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