Magnesium Deficiency: 9 Signs You Should Know (2019 Update)

Magnesium Deficiency: 9 Signs You Should Know (2019 Update)

Magnesium (Mg) deficiency is very common. Some experts estimate that over halp of us have severe Magnesium depletion in our cells. A normal Magnesium blood test at your doctor’s tells you nothing. You can have a severe Mg defic and have a normal serum Mg level.

It’s optimal to eat plenty of low-carb foods rich in Mg, that way you know you are getting enough. It can take months of healthy eating to completely replace the Mg your cells need to function properly.

Some people need a supplement, but others can get all the Mg they need from food. If you don’t recognize the signs then you might not think you have a problem. Here are 9 signs of a Magnesium Deficiency you should know…

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