About two thirds of all magnesium in our body is found in bones.
Magnesium is usually referred to as a "Macromineral," which means that our food must provide us with hundreds of milligrams of magnesium every day.
Magnesium is a chemical element with the symbol Mg, it is the 11th most abundant element by mass in the human body.
Magnesium as a cation it is necessary for normal functioning of human body. Converting energy from food, cell repair, building strong bones, teeth and muscles, and regulating body temperature.
Inside our bodies, magnesium is found mostly in our bones (60-65%), but also in our muscles (25%), and in other cell types and body fluids. Like all minerals, magnesium cannot be made in our body and must therefore be plentiful in our diet in order for us to remain healthy.
Magnesium is sometimes regarded as a "smoothie" mineral, since it has the ability to relax our muscles. Our nerves also depend upon magnesium to avoid becoming overexcited, and this aspect of magnesium links this mineral to maintenance of healthy blood pressure.
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