What Does Magnesium Do For You?

Magnesium is needed for protein, fatty acid and bone formation. 

Magnesium is also used in making new cells, in relaxing muscles and in the clotting of blood. 

It helps form ATP, which gives us energy. It aids in lowering blood pressure and eases asthma. It also helps to prevent osteoporosis and regulate the colon and bowels.

Magnesium also helps prevent muscle spasm, heart attacks and heart disease.

Symptoms of Deficiency: nausea, fatigue, muscle weakness and twitches, irregular heartbeat, leg cramps, insomnia, eye twitches, constipation, headaches and coronary spasms.

Seventy-five percent of Americans are deficient in magnesium - fifty percent severely. 

According to a Gallop Poll, 86 percent of Americans are not even aware of the need for it.

You can make sure you're getting enough magnesium every day by eating vegetables.

If you don't like veggies, BarleyLife Xtra has eighteen of them, many which are all full of magnesium.

P.S. By the way, drinking regular and diet soft drinks makes you magnesium deficient.
Paul Eilers is an Independent Member of The AIM Companies™