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Experimental animal models have demonstrated that magnesium deficiency promotes atherosclerotic lesions in arteries, and the degree of atherosclerotic lesions was inversely related to the magnesium intake.
In human studies, an inverse relationship has been observed between dietary magnesium intake and serum magnesium levels and overall risk of cardiovascular diseases [125-127].
Fact.MR has recently published a study that prognosticates the magnesium nitrate hexahydrate market to showcase a modest rise during the forecast period (2018-2028).
Magnesium nitrate hexahydrate seeks extensive employment as soil additives, food & feed additives and specialty chemical additives, in light of its effective functionalities including solubilizing and oxidizing.
Most Americans do not get enough magnesium from their diet.
This article explains how magnesium can protect against age-related diseases, including reducing stroke risk.
Without magnesium, Vitamin D is not really useful or safe," said Razzaque, a researcher.
People may suffer from vascular calcification if their magnesium levels aren't high enough to prevent the complication.
Mean HbA1C was calculated as 7.11+- 0.30 while mean serum magnesium levels were calculated as 1.15 +- 0.15 mg/dl.
Conclusion: Mean magnesium levels in patients with diabetic retinopathy were significantly lower than the magnesium levels that were taken as the reference suggesting a possible role of hypomagnesaemia in increasing the risk of retinopathy amongst patients with diabetes.
Magnesium is a very important nutrient in the body.
Fortunately, you have plenty of opportunities to get magnesium from your diet.
Magnesium is a chemical element with the symbol Mg and was identified by Joseph Black at Edinburgh in 1755.
The average healthy adult requires around 270-400mg of magnesium per day, but three-quarters of Brits aren't getting enough.
MUSCLE CRAMPS CRAMPs are very common, especially if you're cold, but they can also be down to lack of magnesium. An important tool for muscle relaxation, when your body is depleted of magnesium, your muscles can involuntarily contract.