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Staying Healthy While Traveling

How To Stay Healthy While Traveling

1. Your immunity is important! Boost your immunity and proactively protect your health while on public transportation. Up your Vitamin C intake before departure, carry a water bottle to stay hydrated and use hand sanitizer to reduce the amount of germs to which you’re exposed from tray tables, door handles and bathroom facilities. Also, bring [...]

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Magnesium and Hot Flashes

6 Ways To Manage Hot Flashes and Night Sweats

An estimated 40% of menopausal women will experience sleep problems, according to the National Sleep Foundation. And 75% of those sleep difficulties can be chocked up to hot flashes or night sweats. “Hot flashes and night sweats are caused by a complex interaction between fluctuating estrogen levels in the hypothalamus (a region of the brain [...]

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Pumpkins and Magnesium

The flesh of the pumpkin can be used in a variety of cooked dishes as a good source of vitamins K and A, magnesium, fiber and potassium. Vitamin A helps maintain eye health, potassium helps maintain healthy blood pressure, and vitamin K and magnesium work together with calcium and vitamin D to build and maintain [...]

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PMS and Magnesium

Low Magnesium Levels Present Higher PMS Risk

The Association between the Risk of Premenstrual Syndrome and Vitamin D, Calcium, and Magnesium Status among University Students: A Case Control Study. [Health Promotion Perspectives, 2015, 5(3), 225-230]. [Health Promot Perspect. 2016] Saeedian Kia A, Amani R, Cheraghian B. Abstract BACKGROUND: Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is one of major health problems in childbearing age women. Herein, [...]

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Mood Enhancing Foods

Fox News – Tanya Zuckerbrot MS, RD – Save the blues for winter – there’s nothing sad about bright sunshine, longer days, and beach-friendly temperatures. But even in the summer, things don’t always go our way – the AC broke, the food truck ran out of your favorite taco filling and mosquitos love the scent [...]

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Magnesium and Back Pain

Natural Alternatives to Pain Medications

According to the National Safety Council, every day, 52 people die from opioid pain medications. Every year, 47,000 die from a drug overdose, mostly from prescription pain medications. Opioids are being overprescribed. And it is not children reaching in medicine cabinets who have made drug poisoning the #1 cause of unintentional death in the United [...]

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Pumpkin Seeds and Magnesium

Foods That Promote Healthful Sleep

Eating at night, if done healthfully, can help satisfy your late-night craving and offer some other benefits as well. For example, eating healthy protein at night can help you build muscle while you sleep. And eating carbs with low-glycemic indices can help you control your blood sugar the next day and may also help you [...]

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Magnesium and Pregnancy

Magnesium and Pregnancy

Pregnancy is among the most crucial months in a woman’s life. It is when dietary choices should be carefully made while avoiding foods and activities that can be detrimental for the baby. If you choose to follow a healthy diet while keeping your body in top shape then rest assured that your pregnancy will be free [...]

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Health Benefits of Magnesium – Research Review

Huffington Post – While 99 percent of the magnesium in the body is located in bone, muscular tissue and soft tissues, its occurrence is also found within cells, where it helps stabilize enzymes responsible for vital functions like muscle contraction, glucose utilization and the synthesis of fat, protein and nucleic acids (1). Its wide range [...]

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C-Section Recovery and Magnesium

Harvard Medical School and Stanford University School of Medicine researchers have settled on an ideal national C-section rate of 19 percent, but some hospital C-section rates can rise as high as 70 percent. Though many C-sections are emergent and medically necessary, doctors aim to keep C-section rates within this recommended 19 percent range to minimize [...]

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