There is a 50-50 chance your patients are not getting enough magnesium on a regular basis.
In the United States, half of the population does not get enough magnesium for good health.
|Recommended Daily Allowance
||Average Actual Intake1
||Average Mg Gap
|400-420 mg (males 19-51+)
|310-320 mg (females 19-51)
Recommended daily allowance levels increase for females during pregnancy.
Magnesium matters – an essential nutrient.
Magnesium is an important piece of the puzzle for a variety of enzymatic reactions in the body. These reactions provide a foundation for health. Magnesium is also vital for making proteins, producing energy, and building important bodily components like DNA and RNA.2,3
Magnesium deficiency is associated with many health issues, like:
- Unhealthy stress response
- Cardiovascular health
- Management of blood sugar levels
- Mood4 (feeling down and anxious)
Magnesium sufficiency is associated with many health benefits, like:
- Reduced stress and better mood5,6
- Increased fat-free mass8
- Improved bone health
- Balance and stabilize systems health