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Can a single nutritional deficiency have a significant influence on our health? Surprisingly, it is possible, and the results may be very negative.

Health concerns and inadequacies have grown as the nutritional content of the American diet has changed dramatically over the last 20–30 years. Magnesium deficiency, historically sourced from the soil, is the most frequent kind of malnutrition. Today’s soils have been severely depleted by artificial fertilizers, which solely give N, P, and K (nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium) to degraded soils. The three are insufficient for a plant to develop.

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These are the 32 signs that indicate magnesium deficiency:

  1. Confusion
  2. Blood clots
  3. Cystitis
  4. Fatigue
  5. Bowel disease
  6. Dizziness
  7. Asthma
  8. I have trouble swallowing.
  9. High blood pressure
  10. Calcium deficiency
  11. Muscle cramps
  12. Heart issues
  13. anxiety
  14. Insomnia
  15. Constipation
  16. Osteoporosis
  17. Hypertension
  18. Depression
  19. Diabetes type II
  20. Childbearing or fertility issues: preterm labor, preeclampsia
  21. Migraines
  22. Hypoglycemia
  23. Kidney and liver diseases
  24. Memory loss
  25. Seizures
  26. Raynaud’s syndrome: skin color changes due to temperature changes, cold toes or fingers, and in some cases, numbness may occur.
  27. Nausea
  28. Personality changes: mood disorders, depression, anxiety symptoms
  29. Potassium deficiency may cause irritability, fluid retention, and extreme thirst.
  30. Respiratory difficulties
  31. Tremors
  32. Tooth decay

Magnesium is required for over 300 bodily activities, and a lack of it interrupts the normal transmission of brain signals to cells. Magnesium controls various functions, including the circulatory system, mood, energy, sleep, and bone health, to mention a few.

Dark green vegetables, fish, nuts, seeds, and beans are the usual natural sources of magnesium. Pharmaceutical magnesium (pills) presents the body with absorption or binding challenges, thus getting eliminated. If you must take a tablet, a mix of additional minerals and vitamins to help the body absorb the nutrients is recommended.

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