The mighty benefits of magnesium

When it comes to optimal health and wellness, few minerals pack a punch like magnesium.

Magnesium is a powerhouse nutrient that is important for healthy muscles and bones.1

It also supports nerve conduction and assists sugar metabolism.

It might be time for you to make sure you have adequate amounts of magnesium in your diet.

Here are some good reasons to get enough magnesium

#1: Magnesium maintains bone health – in fact, 60 per cent of your body’s magnesium is actually stored in bone.2

#2: It supports healthy muscle contraction function, which means it can help stave off muscle cramps and mild spasms when dietary intake is inadequate.

#3: It helps the body to metabolise carbohydrates, a process that provides the body with energy3.

#4: It maintains nerve conduction – an important role, as the nervous system uses electrical and chemical means to help all parts of the body to communicate.4

#5: It can relieve the symptoms associated with premenstrual tension – think irritability and mood swings.

How to get enough magnesium

Incorporating magnesium-rich foods5 such as leafy green vegetables, nuts, legumes and seeds and wholegrains can help optimise your wellbeing.

When dietary intake is inadequate, look for a high-quality supplement such as Fusion Health’s Magnesium Advanced, which is infused with four different types of bioavailable magnesium, including glycinate, an organic form of magnesium with high bioavailability (which means it’s absorbed and used by your body).

Magnesium Advanced supports healthy muscle contraction function and relaxation, electrolyte balance (which is involved in muscle function) after exercise, energy production, nerve conduction and bone health and aids blood sugar metabolism.

When dietary intake is inadequate, magnesium may help relieve muscle cramps and mild spasms, as well as maintain muscle strength and the health of your cardiovascular system and support healthy sleeping patterns.

Just take two tablets a day or as professionally prescribed – and prepare to live your life well!

* This post is brought to you by Fusion Health Magnesium Advanced Tablets. Always read the label and follow the directions for use.

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2 Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, The Nutrition Source, Magnesium, retrieved March 2024 from,hormone%2C%20which%20regulates%20calcium%20levels.
3 Better Health Channel, Metabolism, retrieved March 2024 from
4 Better Health Channel, Nervous system, retrieved March 2024 from
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