Proper Magnesium Intake Prevents Heart Diseases, Diabetes and Stroke
According to a new study, high amount of magnesium intake lowers the heart risks, stroke, and diabetes type 2.
Scientists ignored the fact that lack of magnesium is the reason of atherogenesis and different heart issues. The focus was on the wrong reasons: cholesterol and saturated fats.
Unequal consumption of magnesium and calcium increases the chances of getting a heart disease.
The cardiovascular diseases are the primary reason for death in the USA, while doctors paid attention to cholesterol and statins prescription over a period of 20 years.
According to a new study, if you want to lower the possibility of getting a CHD, stroke, or diabetes type 2, you should add plus 100 mg of magnesium to your daily diet. This is just a simple way to get excellent results.
Over 1 million humans from 9 countries who took extra magnesium, got results with a 10% decreased the risk of developing CHD, 26 % decreased risk of diabetes type 2, and a 12 % decreased risk of getting a stroke. This information was discovered by investigators from University of Zhejiang and University of Zhengzhou, located in China.
The head of the study published in Biome Central, Fudi Wang, PhD, gives an explanation of the risks of low magnesium intake. He says that lack of magnesium in the organism is linked to many diseases. However, there is still no final evidence about the connection between magnesium and possible health harm.
Also, Wang says that their study results show a connection between the effect of magnesium in diet and lowering the chance of getting some disease. Their discoveries would h Continue reading