Foods High In Magnesium 

The Importance Of Magnesium

Increase intake of foods high in magnesium. This can go a long way to reduce blood pressure and much much more.

Magnesium is one of the most important minerals that your body needs. According to Dr.Dean, blood vessels may go into spasm and cholesterol may rise which in turn can give rise to high blood pressure. Magnesium is a simple element, a mineral that is easy to obtain and vital to good health. A healthy and balanced vegetarian diet will give all the required magnesium. Magnesium is quite an overlooked mineral but take notice of it by simply eating a richly diverse diet.

List Of Foods High In Magnesium

  • Bran
  • Most herbs
  • Flax seeds
  • Most Seeds
  • Nuts - almonds, brazil nuts, cashew nuts
  • Molasses
  • Bananas
  • Dried Figs
  • Prune Juice
  • Vegetables - artichokes, broccoli, black bean and most others in various        degree
  • You will get enough magnesium in your body when you follow a balanced and healthy diet.

    If high blood pressure is caused due to several factors, then magnesium does play an important role.

    Magnesium can be used in several other ways as well. Magnesium oil can be beneficial to the body. This book shows us how.

    Transdermal magnesium Therapy - By MarK Sircus : "This book was a major eye opener for me. I really believe it should be required reading for doctors and people suffering from everything like PMS, high blood pressure, aches, pains, headaches ... to the really difficult to treat issues like mine... chronic Lymes which has become neurological and painful in my muscles and nerves. I have only used the magnesium oil for a few days, but what I learned in this book really was profoundly important. I have seen slight relief but I think this is going to take a few months before I can say for sure I'v made progress." - Marly

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