Did you know that magnesium is the second most prevalent electrolyte within your body? It plays an important role in many body processes. Many people, however, are living with low or insufficient levels of magnesium. As Danielle Paciera, LDN, RD, CCN, distinguished nutrition expert and education and product specialist at natural medicine company ProThera, will explain, this deficiency is often associated with conditions including diabetes, kidney disease, chronic stress, GI distress, heart disease and more.
Dietary sources of magnesium include legumes, green leafy vegetables, sea vegetables, beets, bananas and broccoli and various nuts and seeds. In this webinar, Paciera will also delve into the benefits of magnesium supplementation, in the form of Magnesium Complex. She'll discuss who can benefit from it and what you should know about supplementation. To find out more about this magnesium insufficiency and this magnesium supplement created for optimal bioavailability and absorption, watch this video.