Inadequate levels of magnesium are widespread in our population and this is not without consequence. Magnesium is fundamentally important for the function of more than 300 enzymatic processes in human physiology and plays a central role in immunity, protein synthesis, blood sugar control, regulation of blood pressure, and nerve function.
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Magnesium Frequently Asked Questions
- Almonds are nutrient-dense and full of healthy fats and protein. Just one ounce of almonds contains 80mg of magnesium!
- Spinach is packed with magnesium, providing 157mg in a single cup! Additionally, this leafy green has many other vitamins and minerals that help optimize magnesium absorption.
- Pumpkin seeds contain a whopping 184mg of magnesium in just ¼ cup!
- Avocados contain 58mg of magnesium in a single fruit, plus more potassium than bananas!
- Cultured yogurt contains 30mg of magnesium per cup and is a superb source of protein. Omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins, minerals and probiotics, which are all also found in yogurt, make this one nutrient-rich, gut-healthy snack.