Our food is changing…
And NOT for the better.
Your common grocery store vegetables now carry about a QUARTER of the major nutrients they used to, including…
This shift is especially important for seniors.
They’re already struggling to get enough of one, vital nutrient that protects them from:
- Soft bones
- Restless leg syndrome
- Increased blood pressure
- Weak muscles
Today, I’ll show you how to ensure you’re getting all you need of this all-important senior SUPER NUTRIENT!
It could hold the key to keeping you safe from the WORST diseases of aging.
Over 70% of seniors are deficient
Magnesium is involved in over 300 processes in your body.
Among others, it plays a key role in supporting your immune system, keeping the heart beating steady, strengthening bones, regulating blood glucose levels, and helping muscle and nerve function.
And there’s a good reason the majority of seniors are magnesium deficient:
The older you get, the harder it is to ensure you get enough.
That’s due to two big reasons:
- Your gut simply doesn’t absorb it as well; and
- You’re more likely to be taking meds that interfere with your magnesium levels.
Both these issues make lower nutrient levels in our grocery store foods especially DANGEROUS for older folks!
But now that you know it’s a problem – it’s a lot easier to turn this situation around than you might think…
The 3 BEST ways to increase your magnesium
- Take a magnesium supplement or a magnesium-containing multivitamin. Shoot for about 250 milligrams daily.
- Eat dark, leafy greens. Spinach, kale, Swiss chard, and other dark leafy greens are LOADED with magnesium (along with vitamins A, C, and E).
Even if you don’t like it plain, you can mix it in with omelets, salads, or eat it sautéed with fresh garlic and olive oil as a side.
- Eat hazelnuts. They’re also rich in this senior super nutrient. A recent study shed light on this fact…
Thirty-two seniors ate 1/3 cup of hazelnuts every day for four months.
Not only did their magnesium levels significantly increase, but so did vitamin E – another vitamin deficiency that commonly haunts seniors.
Talk about a tasty way to make sure you’re getting your daily dose of magnesium!