1st Sign of a Magnesium Deficiency

1st Sign of a Magnesium Deficiency

1st Sign of a Magnesium Deficiency

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What is the first sign of a magnesium deficiency?

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0:14 Other symptoms of magnesium deficiency
0:43 The importance of magnesium
1:18 What causes a magnesium deficiency?
2:19 The best source of magnesium
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In this video, we will talk about the first sign or symptom of a magnesium deficiency.

The first sign of a magnesium deficiency is getting tired more easily when exercising.

Aside from this symptom, you may also experience:
• Poor memory
• High blood pressure
• Higher risk of soft tissue calcification
• Poor sleep
• Irritability
• Arrhythmias
• Cramps and tetany
• Tremors

There are over 300 enzymes that depend on magnesium to function. 65% of patients in intensive care are magnesium deficient. It is estimated that over half of the world’s population is low on their RDAs of magnesium.

If you’re doing intermittent fasting and you’re low on magnesium, the negative effects can be magnified.

Also, keep in mind that 80% of alcoholics are magnesium deficient.

The most common causes of a magnesium deficiency are:
• Poor diet
• Refined foods
• Stress
• Low vitamin D
• Alcohol
• Diabetes
• Diuretics
• Diarrhea
• Antacids
• Antibiotics
• Malabsorption
• Phytates
• Insulin resistance

I believe the #1 cause of magnesium deficiency is insulin resistance. You need the insulin receptor to absorb magnesium.

The best source of magnesium is leafy green vegetables. Leafy greens contain chlorophyll, and at the heart of chlorophyll is magnesium. You need at least 6-7 cups of vegetables each day.

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