Magnesium Supplements: Should You Take Them?

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So, you’ve read about all the benefits of magnesium and how it’s difficult to get enough from food, and you’ve decided you want to supplement. In this video, we will explore the best forms of magnesium and what to look for when choosing the best magnesium supplement.

Magnesium is called “the mineral of life,” and is the second most common element in human cells, and is responsible for more than 300 chemical reactions in our bodies. We can obtain it through a few foods, but our diet doesn’t always allow us to achieve the ideal amount of magnesium we need. Due to this, magnesium capsules and powder have become increasingly popular over the last few years.

One of the reasons magnesium is so widely known, has to do with a revision of the studies that relate how much magnesium we ingest, with the probability that we might have several different health problems. In today’s video, we’re going to talk about some of the forms you can find magnesium in, and the benefits of each one:

MAGNESIUM CHLORIDE
MAGNESIUM CITRATE
CHELATED MAGNESIUM

Magnesium can be chelated in several different ways, such as:

Magnesium Glycine
Magnesium Glycyl Glutamine
Magnesium Dimalate
Magnesium Threonate

You can also get magnesium by consuming foods that are rich in magnesium, such as spinach, pumpkin seeds, brown rice, walnuts, and dark chocolate or cocoa.

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