You see, there’s this one thing, which is part of over 300 different enzymes within your body, which control brain and nervous system function. Now this one thing sounds pretty important already right?
Well here’s the scary part. Nearly every human being is deficient in this one thing and it’s the root cause of things like insomnia, body aches, cramping, lack of sleep, migraines, head aches, memory loss, restless leg syndrome and a lot lot more.
In fact it would be easier to list down what it’s NOT causing then what it is because being a contributor to over 300 different enzymes that control brain and nervous system function it’s pretty much integrated into every area and function of the body.
So let me ask you a question…
…Would You Agree This Is A
Pretty Important “Thing”?
Well if you did agree this was a pretty important “thing” then you would be agreeing with doctors like:
• Dr Daniel Heller who is an advisor to Dr Oz who calls this “thing” a “miracle mineral and an incredibly versatile and important nutrient that many doctors, nutritionists and researchers believe is the single most important nutrient for human health”
• Dr Mercola a well known and published doctor who says this “thing’s” “benefits may be far more reaching that we’ve imagined.”
• Dr Desiree Lotz a published doctor who says this “thing” is “necessary for proper brain, nerve, lung and digestive function.”
It’s not just doctors though who agree that this thing is important there are research studies and health organizations world wide also agreeing that it’s an extremely important part of human health.
The National Institute of Health recently reported that this ‘thing’ is a cofactor in more than 300 enzyme systems that regulate diverse biochemical reactions in the body including protein synthesis, muscle and nerve function, blood glucose control and blood pressure regulation.
So What Is This ‘Thing’
By now you’ve probably guessed it. This thing is magnesium. Magnesium is the mineral that is the cofactor in over 300 enzyme systems and it’s been proven clinically to help in a range of different situations.
Doctors have been advising patients to supplement their diets with Magnesium for years to help with:
• Body Aches And Pains
• Cramps and Cramping
• Lack Of Sleep
• Stress And Anxiety
• Head Aches
The list of things that magnesium has been clinically recommended for goes on because the list of areas that magnesium affects goes on and on. The problem is that most humans are deficient in magnesium.