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80% of Americans Are Deficient In It

One of the minerals that 4 in 5 Americans don’t have enough of is also one of the most critical for human health.

That mineral so many people are deficient in is magnesium.

Dr. Wiggy’s written more articles on magnesium than he has any other mineral and the reason the physicians at Robinhood Integrative health focus on magnesium levels is because of how important it is for functions inside the body.

Magnesium is essential for more than 300 different processes to take place inside the body. From getting your heart to beat to relaxing muscles so they don’t remain contracted and cause pain, there’s no denying maintaining balanced levels of magnesium is crucial for your health.

And if you want to support the health of your immune system then you must keep your magnesium levels within the healthy range.

Now, allow us to show you why Magnesium Malate is great at helping restore magnesium levels and show you how it can positively impact immune health.

3 Reasons To Take Magnesium Malate Daily

Let’s talk about magnesium deficiencies.

The overwhelming reason that as many as 80% of people don’t have healthy levels of magnesium in their body has more to do with the farms where we get our food than anywhere else.

At one point in time the vegetables we eat, as well as the diet of the animals we eat, were loaded with magnesium.

Magnesium is found in soil and over the past few decades, we’ve farmed so intensely that it’s stripped the soil of valuable nutrient content.

Meaning when a plant grows in magnesium-poor soil, it doesn’t provide you with as much magnesium as you’d need to maintain great health.

That’s why you can still eat “healthy” and be deficient in magnesium.

Thus, the calls to supplement with magnesium are on the rise.

There are quite a few variations of supplemental magnesium, and each serves a different purpose.

When it comes to reversing a deficiency we like magnesium malate. The reason why is magnesium malate is highly bioavailable, which means when you take a capsule of it more of that magnesium is absorbed into your bloodstream than is excreted in your urine and stool.

Clinically speaking, if you want to maintain great health, you want to absorb as much magnesium in your diet (whether through food or supplements) as possible and magnesium malate is one of your best choices for the task.

Beyond that, there are specific health benefits provided with maintaining normal magnesium levels.

In today’s chaotic times we want to focus on how taking magnesium helps to keep your immune system healthy.

They are as follows.

1 - Your Sleep Depends On Magnesium:

The health of your immune system depends on getting good sleep, and magnesium is an elemental nutrient in sleep cycles.

Magnesium relaxes your muscles and releases tension that’s stored up in them throughout the day. Your body requires a deep state of relaxation in order to fall asleep and stay asleep and healthy magnesium levels facilitate the release of tension and stress in the body that’ll allow you to sleep soundly.

In addition to relaxing the body, magnesium also plays a role in relaxing the mind.

Excitability in the mind is caused by the circulation of neurotransmitters.

These neurotransmitters are essential for thought, memory formation, and cognition. However, if you’re going to fall asleep your mind needs to be quiet and your neurotransmitter levels need to be dampened.

Magnesium does this by helping your mind calm itself down and regulating how often (and how many) neurotransmitters are firing at any given time.

In addition to that, magnesium plays a vital role in the establishment of circadian rhythms that keep your sleep cycle consistent.

If magnesium levels are inconsistent you may experience temporary bouts of sleeplessness that render you tired and exhausted. Magnesium intake helps to normalize circadian rhythms so you can return to a state of consistent sleep.

2 - A Healthy Heart Needs Magnesium

If you don’t have the right amount of magnesium in your body it can affect the rhythm of your heartbeat. Magnesium helps to facilitate electrical signals that help your heart contract and release.

If magnesium levels are low it may lead to temporary inconsistencies in your heartbeat.

Thus, maintaining optimal magnesium intake is a prerequisite for a healthy heart.

3 - Magnesium Is Essential for A Healthy Gut

The majority of your immune system lives in your gut, and if your gut health is compromised in any way it may lead to a poorly functioning immune system.

Low-levels of magnesium could be to blame as magnesium is needed to properly break down and extract nutrients from your food. In addition to helping with the breakdown of food, magnesium is also needed for the proper elimination of food. Magnesium helps to relax muscles and also increases water absorption in the gut so you can eliminate waste.

Now That You Know Why Magnesium Malate’s Great For Immune Health...

Look, we’ve all read the tragic stories about what’s going on in our world today.

It’s incredibly sad to see.

Our goal here at Health As It Ought To Be is to give you every tool you need to help keep you healthy for years to come.

And our Magnesium Malate is one of the best “tools” for the job as it’s great at correcting a nutritional deficiency that may lead to a less than satisfactory life.

 

Talk soon,

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