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Magnesium Deficiency In Americans

Magnesium Deficiency In Americans THE ESSENTIAL MINERAL Magnesium is used by the body to process over 300 biochemical reactions. It plays an important role in regulating blood sugar levels, helps maintain normal muscle & nerve function as well as bone strength, and also helps support a healthy immune system. Average Daily Magnesium Intake 500 400 300 300+ HUMAN ENZYMES are magnesium dependent 200 75% of Americans 100 1900 1920 1940 1960 1980 2000 are magnesium deficient The orange line represents a decline in average daily magnesium intake ( mel over a centurv. Transdermal (topical) magnesium therapy is said to be far more superior to oral supplementation due to digestive filters. • The green line represents the national recommended daily intake in milligram. Current average daily magnesium intake is roughly around the 225-250mg mark. 1% of Magnesium found in blood Magnesium Recommended Daily Allowances (RDA) Common symptoms of magnesium deficiency: Painful muscle cramps and spasms anxietų, stress, weakness and fatigue, as well as hyperexcitability to name a few. MALES 14-50+ Ages 50+ * 420mg/d RDA | 350mg/d *E.A.R. Ages 31-50 420mg /d RDA | 350mg/d "E.A.R. Ages 19-30 * 400mg /d RDA | 330mg/d *E.A.R. Ages 14-18 * 410mg/d RDA | 340mg/d *E.A.R. *(E.A.R.)Estimated Average FEMALES 14-50+ Requirements 320mg /d RDA | 265mg/d *E.A.R. * Ages 50+ 320mg/d RDA | 365mg/d "EA.R. * Ages 31-50 310mg/d RDA | 255mg/d *E.A.R. Ages 19-30 360mg/d RDA | 300mg/d *E.A.R.* Ages 14-18 IS MAGNESIUM SUPPLEMENTATION REALLY THAT IMPORTANT? 50% 4th 75% Roughly 50% of total body magnesium is found within the bones. Hence why those who are magnesium Magnes jum is the fpurth most abundant mineral pund within the body, which makes it deficient often suffer from bone density issues. An estimated 75% of Americans are said to be essential to ma inta in ing op timal health. magnesium deficient Sources: Quantative Factors Regarding Magnesium Status in the Modern-Day World, Magensium 1 (1982):3-15 - Institute of Medicine. Food and Nutrition Board. Dietary Reference Intakes: Calcium, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Vitamin D and Fluoride. National Academy Press. Washington, DC, 1999. - Linus Pauling Institute; Magnesium; Jane Higdon, Ph.D.; April 2003 - The Magnesium Miracle. 2006 Carolyn Dean, M.D., N.D. Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise. 2012. Published Ahead of Print. Created by Recovery Spray Targeted Natural Relief 78 0.9162 1.88 O.9699 0.8133 0.9177 1.89 O.9706 0.9192 0.9713 0.9207 0.9719 0.0022 0.9726

Magnesium Deficiency In Americans

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This infographic outlines key points from magnesium deficiency statistics. Sourced from credible sources that are listed on the igraphic itself; we at RecoverySpray have designed it for everyone to share.






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