-Creation of ATP, the energy molecules of your body
-Formation of bones and teeth, working synergistically with calcium
-Cardiovascular function and lowering of blood pressure
-Nerve impulse conduction
-Co factor in several reactions in the body
-Regulation of blood sugar levels
Green leafy vegetables like spinach are excellent sources of magnesium, as are some beans, nuts and seeds, like almonds, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds and sesame seeds. Avocados are also a good source.
It’s important to maintain the proper balance between magnesium, calcium, vitamin K2, and vitamin D.
Recommended intake: 300-400 mg per day.