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Dietary help for Fibromyalgia: Are you trying simple solutions like Magnesium?


We all know we have to eat a healthy diet, but do we?

Most people with fibromyalgia may know that magnesium may help the aches pains, twitches and cramps but do you know what foods magnesium is in?

Do you know that some people with autoimmune disorders do not absorb tablets and supplements easily making it more beneficial to get nutrients from food? (Isn't that what we are meant to do?)

Did you know that coffee, soft drinks, salt, alcohol and prolonged stress, as in fibromyalgia, can lower magnesium levels?

So it makes sense to try and include more magnesium rich foods in your diet, don't you think? I am happy to try any simple solutions to reduce my pain symptoms.

MAGNESIUM FOOD SOURCES: Asparagus, dried apricots, avocados, almonds, bananas, brazil nuts, blackstrap molasses, cashews, green vegetables, honey, legumes, oatmeal, pumpkin seeds, pine nuts, peanuts, pistachio nuts, potatoes with skin, seafood, spinach, tofu, whole wheat flour, wheat bran, walnuts and whole grains.

ACTION Magnesium helps every organ in the body, helps activate enzymes and helps regulate other vitamins and minerals. Helps treat depression, heart conditions, stomach acidity, contraction and relaxation of muscles,poor circulation, noise sensitivity and kidney stones. Aids blood sugar levels. Mineral Health

SYMPTOMS OF DEFICIENCY agitation, anxiety, nausea, poor nail growth, restless legs, sleep disorders and seizures.' muscle weakness, fatigue, hyperexcitability, and sleepiness'. MedlinePlus

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2 comments:

  1. Anonymous6:21 PM

    This is such a good resource thanx

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  2. You are welcome. Glad you found it helpful.

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