Magnesium benefits for you and your child

Magnesium benefits for you and your child

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Magnesium benefits for you and your child
Posted on 27th August 2014
Magnesium Benefits for you
Magnesium’s benefits can include reduced symptoms from conditions such as chronic pain, fatigue and insomnia. Magnesium may also provide protection from a number of chronic diseases, especially those associated with aging and stress.
Recently re-discovered as an overlooked key to good health, a number of medical researchers are recommending increases to the RDA for magnesium — sometimes suggesting as much as double the current recommendations — to ensure protection from diseases such as osteoporosis and hypertension.
Essential to life, necessary for good health, and a vital component within our cells, magnesium’s benefits help our bodies maintain balance, avoid illness, perform well under stress, and maintain a general state of good health.
Magnesium is a nutrient we don’t hear about too often. But just because it isn’t one of the front-runners in the media doesn’t mean it isn’t important.
Studies show increasing the amount of magnesium can reduce the odds of cerebral palsy by 45%.
Every couple need Magnesium to avoid birth defect of their child.
It is available in your healthy food...Take healthy food and give birth to Healthy child...See the child born with Magnesium deficiency....
My advise
1..... Magnesium and calcium work in combination: Magnesium relaxes muscles, while calcium stimulates muscles to contract. Research suggests that getting adequate magnesium during pregnancy can help prevent the uterus from contracting prematurely.
2... Magnesium also helps build strong teeth and bones in your baby. So Pregnant women should note
Pregnant women age 18 and younger: 400 milligrams (mg) per day
Pregnant women ages 19 to 30: 350 mg per day
Pregnant women age 31 and older: 360 mg per day
3....   Breast feeding woman need

Breastfeeding women age 18 and younger: 360 mg per day

Breastfeeding women ages 19 to 30: 310 mg per day

Breastfeeding women age 31 and older: 320 mg per day

4...   Non pregnant woman also take to protect their bone health and also helpful to conceive

Nonpregnant women ages 19 to 30: 310 mg per day

Nonpregnant women age 31 and older: 320 mg per day

5....   Calcium and magnesium are both present in the diet and the body at levels much higher than those of trace minerals such as iron. Approximately 99% of the calcium and magnesium in the human body is located in the skeleton. For many years, women have been advised to increase their calcium intake substantially during pregnancy, and there has been concern that many pregnant women do not ingest enough calcium to maintain their own skeletons while providing for fetal needs

6...   Several changes in calcium metabolism associated with pregnancy facilitate the transfer of calcium from mother to fetus while protecting calcium levels in maternal serum and bone. These include changes in calcium-regulating hormones, which affect intestinal absorption, renal reabsorption, and bone turnover of calcium.

7...  If you follow healthy it will provide sufficient magnesium, calcium and you will sufficient vitamin D in Sun light..  Expose you body 15 to 25 minutes in Sun light if you fair skin color.... Expose you body 25 to 35 minutes in Sun light if you dark skin color.

8... Magnesium deficiency may cause birth defects


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