Is Magnesium Essential to the Body?

Dr. Chauncey Randall, cardiologist and author of “The Simple Heart Cure” says, “Magnesium is necessary for energy production, cell growth, and maintaining blood pressure. In addition, it is essential for the proper metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates and fats, and helps genes function properly.”

“Magnesium also gives bones their structure, and regulates muscle tone and nerve fitness. In many nerve cells, magnesium serves as a chemical gate blocker — as long as there is enough magnesium, calcium can’t rush in and activate nerve cells.”

“Indeed, the role of magnesium is so diverse that it is difficult to find a part of our body that it does not affect.”

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