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Disclaimer – I am not a Doctor I am not an expert in the medical field, or any other field. Real Talk With Amiri was created for informational purposes only and is not to be perceived as professional advice in regards to health or any other field. Thank You.
Where is Magnesium found in the body; why is it one of the most important minerals? Magnesium is a nutrient that the body needs to stay healthy. Magnesium is important for many processes in the body, including regulating muscle and nerve function, blood sugar levels, and blood pressure and making protein, bone, and DNA. Approximately 50% of total body magnesium is found in bone. The other half is found predominantly inside cells of body tissues and organs.
Only 1% of magnesium is found in blood, but the body works very Magnesium: THE Ultimate Guide (Dr. Carolyn Dean) P a g e | 2 hard to keep blood levels of magnesium constant.
Magnesium Fact Sheet for Consumers, National Health Institute (March 3, 2008) In an interview with Magnesium expert, Dr. Carolyn Dean, she explained why Magnesium is one of the most important minerals for our body Here. What does Magnesium do and what are its functions?
* According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, magnesium is a mineral used by every organ in your body, especially your heart, muscles, and kidneys.
Listen here to the interview with magnesium expert, Dr. Carolyn Dean, for a simple non-technical answer. In her book, “The Magnesium Miracle”, Dr. Carolyn Dean offers a more scientific look at the five high level functions of Magnesium:
1. Catalyze most chemical reactions in the body.
2. Produce and transport energy.
3. Synthesize protein.
4. Transmit nerve signals.
5. Relax muscles.
Dr. Dean provides a more technical explanation summarized below:
1. Magnesium is a cofactor for enzyme ATP, a main source of energy in our cells.
2. Magnesium is an important membrane stabilizing agent.
3. Magnesium is required for the structural integrity of numerous body proteins, nucleic acids. Magnesium is a cofactor for the enzyme guanosine triphosphatase, phospholipase C, adenylate cyclase, guanylate cyclase.
4. Magnesium is required cofactor for the activity of hundreds of enzymes.
5. Magnesium is a direct regulator of ion channels, most notably of the other key electrolytes, calcium, sodium, and potassium.
6. Magnesium is an important intracellular signaling molecule itself.
7. Magnesium is a modulator of oxidate phosphory.
8. Magnesium is intimately involved in nerve conduction and muscle function. Source: Dean,The Magnesium Miracle, 3rd ed. (2014) pxv
What is Magnesium good for and what are the deficiency symptoms? Below is a list of thirty-six conditions that you may experience if you are low on magnesium:
1. Acid reflux
2. Adrenal fatigue
3. Alzheimer’s disease
4. Angina
5. Anxiety and Panic Attacks Magnesium: THE Ultimate Guide (Dr. Carolyn Dean) P a g e | 3
6. Arthritis
7. Asthma
8. Atherosclerosis with calcium deposits.
9. Blood Clots
10. Bowel disease
11. Brian dysfunction
12. Cholesterol elevation
13. Cystitis
14. Depression
15. Detoxification
16. Diabetes
17. Fatigue
18. Headaches
19. Heart disease
20. Hypertension
21. Hypoglycemia
22. Indigestion
23. Inflammation
24. Insomnia
25. Irritable bowel syndrome
26. Kidney disease
27. Kidney stones
28. Migraine
29. Musculoskeletal conditions
30. Nerve problems
31. Obstetrical and gynecological problems
32. Osteoporosis
33. Parking’s disease
34. Raynaud’s syndrome

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