Why Vitamin D & Magnesium Should Be Taken Together

What Is Magnesium?

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Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body and an essential nutrient. It has many vital roles, including in bone health, calcium absorption, heart health, energy creation, protein formation, muscle movements, and nervous system regulation.

Individuals can get magnesium through supplements, as well as foods such as pumpkin seeds, boiled spinach and swiss chard, dark chocolate, black beans, quinoa, almonds, cashews, avocado, halibut, mackerel, and salmon. However, some foods or drinks that may put patients at a higher risk of magnesium deficiency, and they include alcohol, caffeinated beverages, carbonated drinks, and sweets.

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