Importance of Magnesium

The Importance of Magnesium

Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in your body and is involved in more than 600 different biochemical reactions. Research suggests even subclinical deficiency can jeopardize your heart health. Eighty percent of all Americans are deficient in this vital nutrient.

Studies have shown that oxidative stress, found in patients with Type 2 Diabetes, may be due to changes in the metabolism of minerals, such as magnesium.

Mineral deficiencies such as magnesium are at the root of all diseases. Replacing these minerals can begin to allow the body to heal. Minerals are needed to build bone and maintain structure of the bone. The entire body needs these vital nutrients.

Why have we become so deficient? Magnesium deficient soils are the root cause of many of our health issues; magnesium is no longer in our food. Simply adding our Magnesium bitterns into your cooking ingredients can help increase magnesium levels. About 30 – 60 drops per day will make up for all the magnesium losses on our farms, in our crops, and animals.

Our “bitterns” don’t contain just magnesium, they contain several important minerals. Click here to purchase our Bitterns.

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