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    Default Why Women Need To Get Enough Magnesium

    Thank you to my friend Lila for the link!

    Kelly Brogan, MD
    November 26, 2013

    I sometimes think about what supplements I might grab in a house fire, and magnesium is one of them. I'd never diminish the evidence-based power of B vitamins, fatty acids, and fat soluble-vitamins like A, D, and K, but if I want one mineral that does it all, magnesium is it.

    Understood to participate in over 300 enzymatic reactions in the body, this mineral was recently identified to have 3,751 binding sites on human proteins and may be critical in answering the question: How does human complexity emerge from so few genes?

    On a more technical level, magnesium is an essential NMDA receptor modulator, which is a brain chemical port that regulates the actions of the excitatory neurotransmitter, glutamate. It's also critical for the production of cellular energy (ATP), and SAMe, the body’s major methyl donor and precursor to important agents like neurochemicals, fatty acids, and antioxidants.

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    Default Re: Why Women Need To Get Enough Magnesium

    This article does not mention that Magnesium Malate is the preferred form for cases of Fibromyalgia and may also be beneficial for CIFDS and MCS.

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