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Are you among those people who reach for magnesium at the moment when there is muscle pain, spasms or inability to sleep due to the so-called restless legs? The body should be listened to even before it happens. Fatigue that you cannot explain, fluttering eyelids, ringing in the ears, irregular heartbeats, problems with the gums and headaches are also signs that warn of magnesium deficiency in the body.


Magnesium is an essential mineral that participates in a large number of metabolic processes and is necessary for your body to function properly.

Magnesium is usually unfairly neglected, and it is a very important ingredient, crucial for healthy bones. Its presence in every cell of our body is necessary because it is responsible for more than 300 different processes in the body. Muscles need it to contract, nerves need it to send and receive messages, it keeps your heart going and your immune system strong.

The body is unable to synthesize it, so the only sources of magnesium are food or dietary supplements. Due to the use of soil, pollution, modern methods of food production and processing, and inadequate nutrition, we are increasingly encountering symptoms of magnesium deficiency and the need for additional intake of this important mineral.

You must be wondering if you are getting enough magnesium in your body through food?

Most people can get enough magnesium from a proper diet with plenty of green leafy vegetables, whole grains, beans, nuts and fish, but ask yourself - are you eating a regular, balanced diet and getting all these foods in the amount you should?

Although these foods should be on the menu of every person as often as possible, this will not be a guarantee that there is enough magnesium in the body.

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One of the most important aspects of nutrition is not only to carefully choose what we eat, but to know exactly what our body absorbs, because it is like a sponge with a high absorption power.

Lack of magnesium or a disturbance in magnesium homeostasis is caused by a lifestyle that is often not what it should be (stress, alcohol), intake of processed food that is poor in magnesium, and due to the presence of some diseases in the body such as:

diseases of the digestive system. Diseases of the digestive system with vomiting, diarrhea, intestinal fistulas, problems with bile lead to loss of magnesium

conditions that are accompanied by increased excretion of magnesium through the kidneys

endocrine and metabolic diseases. Endocrine and metabolic diseases in which magnesium is deficient are diabetes, phosphate deficiency, primary hyperparathyroidism, hypoparathyroidism, primary aldosteronism and the "hungry bones" syndrome. An imbalance of serum magnesium leads to an imbalance of calcium, potassium and calcitriol. As the concentrations of PTH, which regulates calcium homeostasis, are variable, mainly as a result of magnesium deficiency, its deficiency occurs, which results in a low concentration of calcium in the serum.Calcitriol concentration depends on PTH, whose deficiency leads to bone resorption through various mechanisms.

dr. Bruce Bistrian, chief of clinical nutrition at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, says magnesium deficiency is rare in healthy people with a balanced diet. "The kidneys are able to reduce the loss of magnesium through the urine and thus achieve a balance on a wide intake," he explains. But even with an adequate diet, some people have an increased risk of magnesium deficiency.


There is another important thing that causes magnesium deficiency in the body, and that is the quality of the food we eat.

Namely, due to environmental changes (rain, artificial fertilizers, soil impoverishment) in the last 100 years, the proportion of magnesium in the earth and soil has decreased astonishingly. This is why we get less and less magnesium in food, and with a lack of magnesium in the human body, there is increased weakness, muscle cramps, painful menstruation, migraines, tooth decay, depression, etc.

Modern nutrition and a stressful lifestyle have led to a significant lack of magnesium in our bodies, so today it is at lower levels than it was in a normal healthy organism years ago.

Day by day, our body's need for magnesium increases, because only the body that has met its needs for magnesium will be strong enough, flexible and able to withstand physical and emotional stress.

Magnesium is an important nutrient that supports:

relaxation and sleep quality

relief from muscle tension and muscle spasms

general well-being of the organism

reducing fatigue and exhaustion

exercise and performance

Increasing the level of magnesium through dietary supplements ensures the maintenance of a healthy, balanced organism. At the same time, it should be kept in mind that many consumer products that contain magnesium fail to ensure adequate intake of active levels of magnesium in the body.

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Modern nutrition and a stressful lifestyle have led to a significant lack of magnesium
In order to provide your body with an optimal dose of magnesium, Be Natur products are only available in liquid form.

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