#2 Magnesium-- The second most common nutrient deficiency in the US.
Why is it important?
Magnesium is involved in almost 400 biochemical and enzymatic processes. Relaxes muscles, integral to heart function and rhythm, helps boost the immune system, and helps regulate vit D, copper, calcium zinc, and potassium. Magnesium also helps strengthen bones.
Loss of appetite, numbness and tingling and seizures,
abnormal heart rhythms, fatigue, cramps, mood changes and heart spasms
Green vegetables, fortified foods, nuts and seed, peas, and whole grains
Recommended dose 300-400 mg/day