Apart from an elevated magnesium requirement, other factors can also cause a magnesium deficiency. They include, for example, an imbalanced diet or elevated magnesium excretion during fever or diarrhea. More
Whether you’re looking at the energy metabolism, electrolyte balance, or normal muscle function – the mineral compound magnesium plays a central role. Above all, in its function as the counterpart to calcium, magnesium plays an important role for vital muscles. More
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A magnesium deficiency has many different aspects. Muscle cramps, muscle tension, and twitching eyelids are typical signs. Fatigue and nervousness can also be consequences of a magnesium deficiency. More
Magnesium needs to be consumed daily as part of our diet. How high is the daily magnesium requirement? Which foods contain magnesium? And how much would you really need to eat to cover the body’s magnesium requirements? More
Your individual magnesium requirement is dependent on many factors. Find out how much magnesium you should be taking per day. More
People’s individual magnesium requirements may be elevated in different situations. This applies, for example, during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Stress and sports activities can also suddenly increase the body’s magnesium requirements. More
Magnesium is essential for humans and must be consumed every day, as this mineral compound carries out many functions in the body. However, many people do not have adequate magnesium levels, due to, for example, an imbalanced diet or an increased magnesium requirement. This has consequences, as it means that the body must tap into the magnesium stores in the muscles, organs, and bones. The resulting deficit becomes apparent through clinical symptoms. A typical sign of magnesium deficiency is leg cramps.