Cure magnesium deficiency naturally


To cure magnesium deficiency naturally may just be unparalleled to all other treatments. It takes you only a matter of minutes to read this article, but – going with the latest research – it might actually save your life.

By the latest government study, magnesium deficiency is estimated to affect 68% Americans every year, but we are also warned that the majority of citizens may actually suffer from the deficit without even knowing it.

There are good causes to be alarmed too, as not getting enough magnesium in our diets can lead to various illnesses. If severe and linked with other deficits, one of those illnesses can become untreatable and lead to your death.

The National Institutes of Health have also stated on their website that, “Magnesium is needed for more than 300 biochemical reactions in the body. It helps maintain normal muscle and nerve function, keeps heart rhythm steady, supports a healthy immune system, and keeps bones strong”.

“Magnesium also helps regulate blood sugar levels, promotes normal blood pressure, and is known to be involved in energy metabolism and protein synthesis”, The National Institutes of Health continues.

How to tell if you have a magnesium deficiency 
Sufferers of a magnesium low diet may be feeling fatigued, weak, have cramps and a tingling in their limbs. They can also suffer from abnormal heart rhythms, experience personality changes, seizures and coronary spasms.

If a magnesium deficiency goes untreated and is linked with calcium and potassium deficiency (which is common in those eating a poor diet, eating disorders and alcoholics), it can result in hypocalcemia (or hypokalemia). If you are suffering severely from hypocalcemia it can become untreatable and is then fatal.

Blood tests are insufficient tools in determining magnesium deficiency as only 1-3% of the body’s magnesium is stored in our blood streams. To tell if you truly are suffering from this dangerous deficit, the best way is to ask yourself if you eat enough of the ingredients listed further down in this article. As well as, that you are not eating them together with the foods also listed below.

The daily recommendations of magnesium
The daily recommendations of magnesium vary depending on your age, sex, health and situation. A child, aged 1-3 years of age, needs 80mg per day and a healthy woman, aged 30-50, needs 320mg. Men, teenagers and pregnant women need a higher amount of magnesium in their daily diet, while lactating women and young children need a lower intake.

If you are feeling unsure what your exact recommendations of magnesium are, you’ll do best to check with this page from National Institutes of Health – which tells you the exact amount you’ll need of magnesium on a daily basis.

How to cure magnesium deficiency naturally
To cure magnesium deficiency naturally is actually a very easy task if you every day eat a varied diet consisting of the below ingredients. However, if you opted out of varying your food intake and want to eat only a higher amount of a food which is high in magnesium, you might be in for a little surprise.

For example, to meet your body’s requirements, you would be looking at eating the full amount of one of the following ingredients every day:

  • 1/2 cup of pumpkin seeds
  • 400g of, the fish, mackerel
  • 450g of soy beans
  • 3/4 cup sesame seeds
  • 5 ounces of dry roasted almonds
  • 5 ounces of cashew nuts
  • 2,5 cups of spinach
  • 4,5 avocados
  • 11 medium sized banana

How to get magnesium through food
The nation does consume a larger amount of the above ingredients, but it rarely consists of the high amounts listed above. And, it shouldn’t. Instead it’s far better if you eat a smaller amount of many different magnesium high ingredients, every day.

For example, can a day start with a breakfast bowl of ecological oatmeal, topped with one banana, 1/2 cup of soy milk, plus two handfuls of roasted almonds, dried dates and pumpkin seeds.

If you would rather eat pancakes for breakfast a batter on ecological oats, sesame seeds, whole grain wheat and almond milk will definitely go down like a treat. Serve it with a handful of cashew nuts and a sliced banana, sprinkle with cocoa powder and pour some maple syrup on top of these delicious pancakes.

A magnesium, high dinner can instead consist of grilled mackerel,  served with dark leafy greens, brown rice, soy sauce and sesame seeds. However, eating a well balanced and varied diet consisting of many different and nutritious foods, are recommended for a long and healthy life.

But be warned: Food that causes magnesium deficiency 
However, to cure magnesium deficiency naturally by eating food high in magnesium will have no or little effect on your health if you allow certain other foods, beverages, supplements, moods and medicines to be consumed – or felt – at the same time.

Therefore, to cure magnesium deficiency naturally it is vital that you don’t drink soda, alcohol and milk with the food above, as they make your body push out the healthy magnesium with your wee.

Also, calcium supplements, dairy products, as well as heart and asthma medicine shouldn’t be consumed alongside magnesium high foods. If you are feeling stressed or anxious – which are another two factors to magnesium deficiency – it is always best to sit down and take a few deep breaths to relax before you start to eat.

It only takes a couple of minutes to get your heart beat to calm down, and just a little longer, to make healthy eating choices too. Your life can actually depend on you doing so for more reasons than you may initially have thought.

Candie Jean Bluemel
Candie Jean Bluemel is a Swedish-British investigative journalist who has specialized in uncovering the health industry. For Natural News she investigates, for example the Daily Guidelines and new diets, to truly find out if they're as accurate and health beneficial as they're made out to be.

"In the nutrition and health industry it's always someone who's after your money, but I make sure that it's not your health that has to pay the price!"