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Diabetes and low Magnesium - Mercola May 2014

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Low Magnesium May Play Key Role in Insulin Resistance and Diabetes - Mercola May 2014

  • 3,751 magnesium-binding sites on human proteins
  • required by more than 300 different enzymes in your body
  • Magnesium glycinate is a chelated form of magnesium that tends to provide the highest levels of absorption and bioavailability and is typically considered ideal for those who are trying to correct a deficiency
  • Magnesium oxide is a non-chelated type of magnesium, bound to an organic acid or a fatty acid. Contains 60 percent magnesium, and has stool softening properties
  • Magnesium chloride / Magnesium lactate contain only 12 percent magnesium, but has better absorption than others, such as magnesium oxide, which contains five times more magnesium
  • Magnesium sulfate / Magnesium hydroxide (milk of magnesia) are typically used as laxatives. Be aware that it's easy to overdose on these, so ONLY take as directed
  • Magnesium carbonate, which has antacid properties, contains 45 percent magnesium
  • Magnesium taurate contains a combination of magnesium and taurine, an amino acid. Together, they tend to provide a calming effect on your body and mind
  • Magnesium citrate is magnesium with citric acid, which has laxative properties
  • Magnesium threonate is a newer, emerging type of magnesium supplement that appears promising, primarily due to its superior ability to penetrate the mitochondrial membrane, and may be the best magnesium supplement on the market

See also VitaminDWiki

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