Magnetically drawn to calcium, magnesium is a macromineral that partners with calcium to assist with proper muscle contraction, blood clotting, cell signaling, energy metabolism, blood pressure regulation, and building healthy bones and teeth!

Rest easy because it deficiency is super rare and so are toxicities, unless popping magnesium supplements is your thing. If so, watch out for diarrhea, lethargy, heart rate disturbances, and muscle weakness .

What You Need:

  • Men = 400 mg
  • Women = 310 mg

How to Get It:

  • Magnify magnesium intake with oat bran (96 mg per half cup)
  • almonds (78 mg per ounce)
  • brown rice (86 mg per cup)
  • cooked spinach (78 mg per half cup)
  • bananas (32 mg per banana),
  • molasses (48 mg per tablespoon).

What’s Too Much:

There is no upper limit for dietary magnesium, but supplemental magnesium should not exceed 350 mg/day.