The adult human body contains about 25-30 gramm magnesium, which’s half is found in the bones as calcium-magnesium-phosphate, the rest is in various organs (eg.: liver, munscle). It plays an equally important role in the regulation of irritableness as calcium. Do not take the magnesium products after meal because they neutralize stomach acid. The main natural sources: fig, lemon, grapefruit, almond, seeds, apple and the dark green vegetables.
Why is it important?
Magnesium assists to reduce tiredness and fatigue, to the normal operation of the nervous system and the maintenance of the normal psychological function. It is involved in the energy-producing metabolic processes and the maintenance of normal ossature. It assists to the maintenance of normal teeth, the balance of electrolyte and normal muscle function. It plays a role in cell division and normal protein synthesis.