Magnesium is vital for several functions in the body including over 300 enzyme reactions, it is commonly at suboptimal levels in a diet that does not contain enough wholefoods, fruit, vegetables, wholegrains, nuts and seeds. Although Magnesium is available in a range of commonly eaten foods however during any processing the majority is lost.

36% of women and 44% of men in the UK have dietary intake of Magnesium that is below the intake estimated to meet their nutritional requirements.*

Why do we need Magnesium?

Having optimal amounts of Magnesium is crucial for so many aspects of your health that contribute feeling well and healthy, it is one of the most important major minerals:

  • Magnesium helps release energy, without it, the energy in food cannot fuel our bodies ready for the rigours of modern-day living. Magnesium contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue. 
  • Magnesium is also central to the healthy bones and teeth and healthy working muscles. A sign of low Magnesium status can be muscle cramping.
  • Quick reactions and a good state of mind equip us to perform at our best. Magnesium is vital for healthy, normal psychological function and nervous system.

How to eat more magnesium?

Magnesium is found in green vegetables, wheat germ, soy beans, figs, corn, apples and almonds.  Try out Magnesium rich recipes to ensure you get your daily requirement.

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