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Multitasking magnesium


Taking magnesium supplements seems to be common for a variety of reasons, but are many people actually deficient in this mineral?


Magnesium plays a part in more than 300 important human enzyme systems, is abundant in the body and is found in many everyday foods. Yet, despite its crucial role in such processes as making proteins, muscle and nerve function, blood glucose control and

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