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mineral-deficient-fbMagnesium also plays a role in the transport of calcium and potassium ions across the cell membranes, which is a process that is important to nerve impulse conduction, muscle contraction, a normal heart rhythm.


It has been proven that people with low magnesium levels have elevated insulin levels. However, if your body does not produce enough insulin then the body has a hard time storing magnesium. Without magnesium, the pancreas can't secrete enough insulin, or the insulin it secretes won't be efficient enough, to control the blood sugar. Magnesium helps the muscles relax, but if the body can't store the magnesium because the cells a resistant then we lose magnesium which makes the blood cells contract, it affects the energy levels in the body, and causes blood pressure to increase.


Magnesium plays a big role in the metabolism for carbohydrates and fats. To produce adequate amounts of energy it requires a large amount of magnesium-dependent chemical reactions. Magnesium is required by the adenosine triphosphate (ATP)-synthesizing protein in mitochondria. ATP, the molecule that provides energy for almost all metabolic processes, exists as a complex with magnesium (MgATP).


Low levels of magnesium have been connected to metabolic syndrome, insulin resistance syndrome. Several metabolic disorders in people, including dyslipidemia, hypertension, insulin resistance, and obesity increase the risk of having type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.


Are your magnesium levels up to par?
Up to 80% of people is magnesium deficient. Here are some ways that make your more magnesium deficient;diabetes: makes for high insulin levels and low magnesium levels, unhealthy digestive system: Crohn's disease can make you have low magnesium levels because it impairs your body to absorb the magnesium it needs, and age: the older a person gets the lower their magnesium levels this is because their body depletes in the ability to absorb the magnesium.


If you lack magnesium in your body, you could suffer from coronary spasms and seizures. The fact of the matter is that magnesium is beneficial to the entire body and without it your body suffers. There are many symptoms that your body warns you if you are magnesium deficient; seizures, lethargy, weakness, muscle cramps, hyperglycemia, calcium deficient, coronary spasms, and irregular heartbeat are just a select few of the symptoms that come with being deficient from magnesium.


The best way to get the magnesium you need is from the food you eat. You can get magnesium from a number of different foods. Just to list a few are; brown rice, spinach, almonds, peanuts, 1% milk, and bananas. There are many other foods with a plentiful amount of magnesium that you can incorporate into your diet.


If you aren't able to eat magnesium filled food, you can always take a magnesium supplement. Although the supplements aren't as filled then the foods are, you can still get your daily dose of magnesium. As with foods, there are many different supplements you can take for your magnesium needs. For instance, there is magnesium chloride/magnesium lactate, magnesium taurate, and magnesium citrate.


If your magnesium levels are low, then your other nutrient levels are probably low too. A symptom of being magnesium deficient is calcium deficient as well. When taking magnesium supplements or eating magnesium rich foods, be sure to take in other vitamins as well.
If a person has enough magnesium in their body then, their insulin levels are okay, and they regulate the sugar in the blood. A balance between insulin, magnesium, and weight can prevent people from getting type 2 diabetes. Changing your diet, increasing your magnesium intake can drastically change your chances of getting type 2 diabetes.