Are you getting enough magnesium in your diet? Magnesium is one of the most common nutritional deficiencies I see. Recently, a study looking at dietary levels of magnesium came up with some shocking results.
The study looked at 7,216 men and women between the ages of 55-80. The researchers carefully monitored their diets for almost five years. In that time, 323 people died. Of those, 81 died from cardiovascular disease, 130 from cancer, and the rest died from other causes.
Then the researchers examined the death rates according to how rich their diets were in magnesium in relation to the amount of calories each person was eating. When they compared the people in the highest third of magnesium intake, they discovered an amazing statistic. They were 34% less likely to have died from any cause than those in the lower two-thirds.
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One nutrient associated with a 34% decreased chance of dying from any cause in a five-year period - I find that remarkable. So make sure you're getting enough magnesium in your diet.
The foods that contain the most magnesium are dark leafy greens, bananas, chocolate, nuts, seeds, fish, beans, soy, brown rice, quinoa, avocados, and dairy. Also, it can't hurt to make sure you are getting enough by taking a scoop of my
Super Immune QuickStart. I put a significant amount of the best form of magnesium, magnesium citrate, in each scoop.
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