Scientists are beginning to recognize magnesium's role in protecting against a myriad of health issues. High magnesium intake has been associated with reducing the risks of cardiac death, heart disease, stroke, type II diabetes, asthma, hypertension, kidney disease, cognitive decline, and osteoporosis. Within the cell, magnesium plays essential roles in regulating cell signaling, insulin sensitivity, inflammation, converting chemical energy from food into useful energy for the body, and DNA maintenance and repair.

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