Magnesium Deficiency Could Predict Heart Disease Risk

Researchers determined that decades of elevated calcium intake have not been balanced with increasing magnesium intake and consequently in the U.S., dietary calcium-to-magnesium ratios are increasingly unbalanced. Many people have been led to believe that they need to take copious amounts of supplemental calcium to maintain bone health, when in reality they are developing a homeostatic imbalance of the two minerals and dramatically increasing their risk of arterial stiffness, early cardiovascular disease and death.

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