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What do Smelly Feet and Headaches Have in Common?

For most of us, smelly feet and a common headache can be a normal thing.  But, what if we started looking at the smelly, gross aspects of ourselves as our body telling us we are missing something. It's important to understand that our body truly is always talking- and it's time we begin to listen.

5 Ways to know that you are Magnesium Deficient

  1. Smelly feet

  2. Cramps- Leg &  Foot Cramping

  3. Eyelid twitching

  4. Being Startle & Angered Easily

  5. Headaches around the Temples

What is Magnesium, and why do we need it?

Magnesium is the spark of all life on earth- an element that the body immensely needs that turns everything green from sunlight and is the center of all plant life and chlorophyll. Chlorophyll provides us Mg and allows the entire body to relax after each heart beat. It provides high kidney function, heart function and plays hand in hand with Calcium to allow the heart of each muscle to relax after contraction.

People who lack Mg wake up at 3am with no"known reason".  This is actually due to normally having a Mg and Ca(calcium) imbalance. 98% of Mg is found within the cells of

the body, not the bloodstream- making blood tests an inaccurate measurement. Typically a Mg deficient person is dehydrated, which also leads us to believe that it may be one of the major reasons a person can become a Type 2 Diabetic.

Better Sleep and an ease of anxiety are also two major benefits to getting more Mg into your body as well. Many people take Mg before bed and have had proven enhancements to better rest.

If you are looking for a way to measure your Mg levels, a crushed RBC test is the best indicator. You cannot overdose on Magnesium, the worst thing that happens is you can develop loose bowels. Magnesium is incredibly important to not only development, but function of the body. Making sure that you find a way to get it into your diet is essential.

How to get your recommended intake of Magnesium

First, we always recommend you start with your diet. Many of us Americans struggle to get the correct intake of everything we need. This is why supplements are our second bet at getting in what all we need. Here are some foods that contain high levels of Mg.

  1. Cashews

  2. Sesame Seeds

  3. Swiss chard

  4. Pumpkin Seeds

  5. Spinach

  6. Almonds

  7. Dark Chocolate

Supplements that we recommend include Natural Vitality CALM and Zorex Magnesium Taurinate. Natural Vitality CALM has a variety of different selections to choose from. You can purchase it in a tasty powdered form or a gummy variation that works great with children. To shop our selection, click here.

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