Magnesium supplementation could help reduce risk of strokes, diabetes and heart disease

A study by scientists at Zhejiang University in China claimed that eating a magnesium rich Mediterranean diet could combat a range of diseases (such as strokes, diabetes and heart disease) linked to magnesium deficiency. However, they also explained that the daily requirement for magnesium is difficult to achieve through a single serving of any one food item.

Andrew Thomas, founder and managing director of BetterYou said:

In today’s modern environment the excess of processed foods, bad fats and sugars are decreasing our magnesium levels resulting in a population deficient in the mineral.

A Government-funded report by Professor David Thomas reported that due to a change in farming methods and food processing, the level of magnesium within our diet has declined by 21% since 1940!

Therefore, it’s highly recommended that magnesium supplementation is introduced into your daily routine to help keep your levels optimum and replenish lost magnesium.

Without magnesium our bodies are less supple, and deficiency is linked with many health issues including migraines, anxiety, depression and extreme fatigue. A magnesium rich bath using BetterYou’s Magnesium Flakes or a few body sprays of BetterYou MagnesiumOil after a shower will leave you feeling relaxed as well as effectively replenishing your body’s levels.

A clinical trial by Cardiff University showed how well magnesium is absorbed through the skin. A further study by Watkins & Josling showed that BetterYou MagnesiumOil can elevate cellular magnesium levels up to five times faster than traditional tablets or capsules.

BetterYou MagnesiumOil Sprays and Bath Flakes are available from Holland and Barratt, betteryou.com and all good health stores.

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