Benefits Of Magnesium To Human Health

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Like zinc, iron, calcium…, magnesium is an essential nutrient for the physical and intellectual developments of human. Human body can’t secrete magnesium, so the only way to have magnesium is through daily diets.

It’s important to have efficient magnesium

Although children have nutritious foods and good sleeps, they can still be tired, stagger, and especially lack liveliness and activeness that are typical to their age. The main reason is nutrients fail in converting foods into energy or children lack magnesium.

Description: Although children have nutritious foods and good sleeps, they can still be tired, stagger, and especially lack liveliness and activeness that are typical to their age.

Although children have nutritious foods and good sleeps, they can still be tired, stagger, and especially lack liveliness and activeness that are typical to their age.

Magnesium is persevered at a low level in the body (generally a person who weighs 60kg have 30g magnesium), but presents in nearly 300 different enzymes in different roles. Magnesium has extreme important role in creating glycogen for muscles and liver from glucoses of blood. Magnesium takes part in synthesizing lipid and protein, helping form bones and tissues, ensure the stability of neurotransmission and muscle spasm. Especially, magnesium plays an important role in decomposing glucose, fatty acid and amino acid for energy generations.   

This explains why when having enough magnesium, children have good appetite, sleep well, are lively and active.

It’s ok having magnesium in excess.

Description: Children need providing with essential micronutrients to stay lively and active.

Children need providing with essential micronutrients to stay lively and active.

Children who are 4 to 8 years old need about 130mg magnesium a day. To ones who are 9-13 years old, it’s 240mg. It’s interesting that having an excess amount of magnesium is not harmful to the health as the excess magnesium will be automatically discharged.

It’s difficult to preserve sensible nutritional diets for people from different generations in a big family. Especially to young children, as their schedules are stuffed with a variety of activities, it’s difficult to provide them with the enough amount of magnesium all the time.

Description: Children should have foods that are rich in magnesium.

Children should have foods that are rich in magnesium.

It’s important to help children get to used eating magnesium-rich foods that are processed and have quality assurance, such as pasteurized milk that is provided with magnesium. Thereby, children will be active in providing themselves with magnesium while finding the interest in taking care of their nutrition needs. At the same time, parents don’t have to struggle with the calculation of the needed amount of magnesium for a meal or worry about the fact children don’t eat on time in order to keep up with curricular and extracurricular activities of their school.         

Magnesium is not only good for children’s long-term health, but also brings joys, confidence for children.

Magnesium is an important mineral to the process of generating foods into energy for children’s activities. However, researches show that there’re over 60% of children lacking this important mineral.

 
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