Did you know that magnesium plays an important role in many functions in the body, and affects our muscles, energy and the health of our bones? Many Australians could include more magnesium in their diet. Up to one in every three people aren't getting enough magnesium. Here are some of the clues that you might benefit from topping up your magnesium levels.
Magnesium is involved in nearly every major biological process that occurs in the body. Here are 10 reasons you might want to consider increasing your intake of it.
Getting enough magnesium in the diet has been shown to be associated with significant improvements in bone health and muscle function, a study out of the University of East Anglia in the UK found.
Fusion co-founder Paul Keogh explains how to choose a readily absorbed form of zinc or magnesium so that you get the most out of your mineral supplement.