Magnesium for Diabetic Health

Magnesium plays a significant role in the day-to-day functions of the body.

It strengthens your bones. It helps your heart to beat. It assists in the conversion of food to energy. It also does a few hundred other things.

Yet, the majority of people are deficient of this important mineral.

Low levels of magnesium were recently linked to type 2 diabetes. However, a new analysis, published in the Journal of Human Nutrition and Food Sciences, has found increased dietary magnesium intake is associated with favorable diabetes-related health outcomes.

Researchers looked at the most recent National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. They compared people with adequate levels of magnesium to those who were magnesium deficient.

The magnesium-imbued tended to have smaller waist circumferences, lower blood pressures and cholesterol levels.

"Higher dietary intake of magnesium from food plus supplements was associated with significantly reduced odds ratios for elevated glycohemoglobin, metabolic syndrome, obesity, overweight or obesity, elevated waist circumference, elevated systolic blood pressure, reduced HDL and elevated C-reactive protein. Thus, there is a beneficial relationship between dietary magnesium intake and diabetes-related physiological outcomes in U.S. adults." - Journal of Human Nutrition and Food Sciences

P.S. Cell Wellness Restorer magnesium chloride is available as a lotion. 

In addition to diabetic health, magnesium is critical to making and using energy during cell metabolism. 

It also affects the central nervous system, neuromuscular system and cardiovascular system.
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