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Magnesium, Deficiency, and Obesity

"Most people who are overweight, insulin resistant and/or hypertensive or diabetic are deficient in magnesium." - Dr. Michael Eades, M.D.

Unless you supplement with magnesium, you probably have low magnesium levels, which is stunting your efforts to lose weight.

Roughly 70 percent of adults do not get the minimum recommended daily intake of magnesium. A Gallup poll confirmed that adults over the age of fifty-five in the U.S. tend to fall below the Recommended Dietary Allowance of magnesium.

In addition to weight loss struggles, low magnesium levels can also cause sudden cardiac death, hardening of the arteries, increase inflammation in the body, make the heart muscle irritable and seizures.

Magnesium deficiency can also cause many food cravings aas well as insomnia.

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