WHY MAGNESIUM SHOULD BE PART OF EVERY ACTIVE WOMEN'S RECOVERY PROCESS!! (PART 2)
Posted on April 14 2017
MAGENSIUM AND JOINT PAIN
It’s not easy to get enough magnesium from your diet alone (though we certainly encourage you to seek out foods that are rich in it). In contrast, we tend to get plenty of calcium from our diets.
Many people supplement with calcium too, believing it to be good for their bones. It absolutely is, but only if the body is able to use it properly… and that’s where magnesium comes back into play.
Many people take single-nutrient supplements, simply to achieve health benefits on a “per supplement” basis. While that might make sense for some vitamins, it surely isn’t advised for calcium… magnesium does convert vitamin D into its active form, thus it can help calcium absorption. Furthermore, the absence of magnesium instantly brings down the effectiveness of calcium.
Consider a Magnesium supplement today!!! Even using Magnesium flakes in the bath is a highly effective form of supplementation as it gets in to the body quicker!!