More than 300 processes in the body, including burning fat, converting sugar into energy, relaxing muscles, falling asleep, and just feeling happy, are all, in one way or another, regulated by magnesium. More than half of Americans, and some estimates put this number at as high as 80%, don’t get enough of this powerful mineral every day. This deficiency causes all sorts of hiccups in our muscles, bones, nerves, and brains. Magnesium Deficiency: 13 Ways that Curing Your Magnesium Deficiency Can Rejuvenate Your Body, Including Battling Weight Loss, Heart Disease, and Depression takes you through the latest research and answers these questions: • What is the link between magnesium and type II diabetes? • How has magnesium been used to treat anxiety and depression? • Does magnesium deficiency contribute to heart disease? • Are low magnesium levels sabotaging your weight? Doctors who have studied magnesium feel that we are just beginning to get an idea of what this mineral is responsible for, and how it can help treat and prevent disease. Magnesium deficiency has been linked to high blood pressure, heart disease, depression, anxiety, osteoporosis, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, obesity, type II diabetes, asthma, insomnia, PMS, compromised immune systems, and many other conditions, including possible connections to addiction and infertility. Get the facts, and learn what you need to know to prevent and treat a variety of health conditions with the “miracle mineral.”About the Author:
Ryan J. S. Martin grew up in grew up in Denver, Colorado listening to alternative bands and drinking lots of Mountain Dew. After wandering around the Arizona State University campus for the required number of semesters, he returned to his home state to explore life on the Western slope. It wasn't until he turned twenty-five and climbed his first fourteener that he began to think seriously about nutrition. A passionate, if not especially coordinated, skier and mountain biker, he found that the more attention he paid to what he put into his body, the further he was able to push himself on the slopes and trails. These days, Ryan lives in a small mountain town with his wife and two children. They travel when they can and ski together on the weekends. His kids are much better at it than he is. Ryan writes about healthy living in the hope that if humankind learns enough about how to take care of the body, someday his children will have the bionic powers he dreamed about when he first saw "The Six Million Dollar Man."
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