Category Archives: Health Nutrition

Destroy Belly Fat By Increasing Magnesium Consumption

10 Ways To Destroy Belly Fat Every Woman Should Know About

Eat More Fat We know it sounds counter intuitive, but certain types of fat can actually help you burn off that stubborn belly fat. The key is to opt for monounsaturated fats, such as olive oil, all natural peanut butter, and olives. According to a study conducted by the American Diabetes Association, body fat accumulation [...]

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Nutrition and Magnesium

What You Need To Know Before You Take a Magnesium Supplement

With benefits ranging from stronger bones and better sleep to pain relief and heart health, it’s easy to understand why magnesium is the miracle mineral of the day. There are some important things you should know before you start taking a magnesium supplement including when to take (or not take) them and what forms ensure [...]

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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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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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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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Magnesium and Heart Health

Digestion and Health – Ray Innis, MD

A good sign of weak digestion is low blood mineral levels. A sufficient supply of minerals is necessary for an efficient and capable immune system. For example, critical minerals such as magnesium, chromium, and selenium may be low due to inadequate hydrochloric acid in the stomach, thus hampering efficient digestion. One study reported that a [...]

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Curb Your Sugar Cravings

According to Marie Claire magazine, “Apparently, our daily desperation for a Twix could come down to a lack of magnesium in our diets, which can be to blame for repeated chocolate and sugar cravings.” Britons eat nearly 700,000 tons of chocolate a year, with the much-adored sugary snack clocking up almost £4 billion in UK [...]

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5 Health Supplements That You Cannot Do Without

Huffington Post – Magnesium has to be one of the most under-rated mineral in our diets. Grains that have been through the refining process are stripped of most of their magnesium and our soils have also been depleted of this vital nutrient. And yet Magnesium creates energy in every cell of the body by activating [...]

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Cashews and Magnesium

Healthy Nuts

Nuts are a good source of B vitamins and contain vitamin E and minerals such as magnesium. Brazil nuts have the added bonus of containing selenium, a trace mineral essential in small amounts each day, that can be hard to obtain from other foods. When choosing nuts look for raw, unroasted and unsalted nuts. Roasting [...]

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Magnesium – An Important Functional Food Ingredient

Progressive Grocer Magazine – Good news for dietitians: the message that good nutrition is vital for a vibrant, healthy life is getting through to consumers. In fact, 90 percent of Americans believe that certain foods offer health benefits beyond basic nutrition, according to research published in “Functional Foods: Key Trends & Developments in Ingredients,” by [...]

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