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Magnesium, the "sparkler of life," is crucial for biochemical reactions like DNA synthesis, protein production, and energy metabolism. It can be found in green leafy vegetables, nuts, seeds, and whole grains.

Magnesium offers a range of health benefits approved by EFSA. It supports energy metabolism, aiding the conversion of food into usable energy. It contributes to electrolyte balance, crucial for nerve and muscle function. Magnesium plays a vital role in muscle contraction and relaxation, making it essential for physical activities. It promotes normal psychological function by aiding neurotransmitter release and supporting the nervous system, influencing mood and mental well-being. Additionally, it contributes to the maintenance of healthy bones and teeth when combined with calcium and vitamin D. Magnesium also aids in reducing fatigue and combating feelings of tiredness and low energy levels.


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