Tag Archives: Magnesium

Your Cheat Sheet to Understanding Minerals and Signs of Deficiency

Whether you’re keto and counting your protein/fat/carb macronutrients or tracking only your calorie intake for weight loss, there is no shortage of apps and tools to help you track.

But what about tracking the data that plays an important role in keeping your body healthy and functioning?

We’re talking about your micronutrients. Specifically 6 important minerals! From fingernail growth and restless nights to cravings and cramps, different types of minerals have different impact to your body and total health. Continue reading

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3 Easy Tips to Sneak Magnesium into Your Day (and why it’s so important)

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We talk about Magnesium a lot – and for a good reason! Magnesium is an essential mineral in over 300 biochemical reactions in the body. It helps the body maintain normal heart rhythm, immune system, and muscle function.

One of the best way to know your Magnesium – and other mineral – levels is to take a blood test. It also helps to know the potential warning signs of Magnesium deficiency, including: Continue reading

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5 Facts You Need To Know About Magnesium

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Do you know about the nutrient that can affect your sleep, energy, longevity, and mood? Meet Magnesium.

Unfortunately, Magnesium deficiency is incredibly common, affecting more than half of the U.S. population.

Because healthy Magnesium levels play an important role in keeping your body healthy and functioning, here are 5 basic facts everyone should know about Magnesium. Continue reading

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The 8 Most Popular Health and Fitness Topics For WellnessFX in 2016

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We took a step back to take a 30k foot view of the WellnessFX blog and noticed what folks that are getting serious about owning their health enjoyed reading and learning most about. 2016 brought some specific topics front and center for our blog visitors, so let’s dig in! Continue reading

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Special Offer Now Available: New Year Jump Start Package – Lose Weight, Ditch Stress, Get Healthy

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Flickr Creative Commons, charamelody

Are you envisioning a healthier outside, inside, and less stress when you think of 2015? We can help you get there.

For a limited time only, WellnessFX is excited to offer an advanced look into your overall health with a specialty diagnostic package that has a little extra to get your 2015 started right: Our New Year Jump Start Diagnostics Package.

This package contains all the markers Continue reading

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Foods to Eat That Manage Thyroid Health

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Credit: Cedar Summit Farm, Flickr Commons

Sometimes the mightiest things come in small packages. Enter the thyroid. The powerful gland (located in your neck) is not-so-large-but-very-much-in-charge of all performance areas of your life, from metabolism and bone growth to hair and nail production. For something we’re so reliant on, it might be surprising to know that thyroid dysfunction runs rampant in the U.S. Even more surprising is that of the 30 million that experience this abnormality, over half of those are undiagnosed.

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The posts on this blog are for information only, and are not intended to substitute for a doctor-patient or other healthcare professional-patient relationship nor do they constitute medical or healthcare advice of any kind. Any information in these posts should not be acted upon without consideration of primary source material and professional input from one's own healthcare professionals.