Nutrivian Magnesium Citrate (100 pieces)€14,95
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- Flavour: Tasteless
- Brand: Nutrivian
- Amount: 100 pieces
Magnesium is one of the essential nutrients involved in many of the body's functions: getting enough of this mineral is vital for maintaining good health. Even though this mineral is of vast importance, a large subset of the population suffers from a magnesium deficiency. If you’d like to know why magnesium is so crucial to your health and how Nutrivian Magnesium Citrate can help you, please consult the information we have provided below.
MagnesiumMagnesium is found in vegetables and fruit, both of which absorb this mineral from the soil in which they grow. Given the fact that most soil is treated with artificial fertiliser these days, many fruits and vegetables aren’t as high in magnesium as they used to be. Moreover, many crops are also grown on rockwool: this has also resulted in lower levels of magnesium. Additionally, the volume of dairy consumed per capita in the Netherlands is among the highest in the world. As the ratio between magnesium and calcium intake must be balanced, and most people consume an excess of calcium but not nearly enough magnesium, it is not difficult to see why many now have a magnesium deficiency.
Acidification of the BodyConsuming too little magnesium, as well as poor dietary habits, may result in higher levels of acidity in the body. Alcohol, sugar, sweets, cake, fast food, fat, dairy, soda, and flour-based products have also been shown to contribute to this process of acidification. In order to restore a healthy PH balance, the body uses more magnesium, which in turn results in a pernicious deficiency. Mental and physical stress, too much exercise, high pressure at work, relationship issues, and the overwhelming demands of modern society may also contribute to the development of a magnesium deficiency.
Tips and advice:Make sure you consume plenty of:
- Seeds and grains