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55% of us are low on this mineral and feeling run down

What mineral is responsible for over 300 biochemical reactions in your body – yet 55% of Americans get less of it than what’s recommended? It’s the 12th element on the periodic table and it affects your nerves, rhythm of your heart, your immune system, blood glucose, bone strength and more.

It’s magnesium.

Have you ever said “I have one nerve left, and you’re getting on it”, or wondered why you’re feeling run down – again?

Or have you thought “why can’t I shed those unwanted pounds, or sleep through the night?” then you too are probably short on magnesium, the mighty mineral.

Many think they get enough magnesium from the foods they eat everyday. Once upon a time, before big business took over farming, we did get enough.

But modern synthetic fertilizers (used to increase crop yields), replace only 3 nutrients back into our beleaguered, overtaxed soils – resulting in foods that have 50% less magnesium than before.

Add to that many foods we eat are made with refined flours instead of whole wheat, so most of the natural nutrients (including magnesium) are removed. To compensate, manufacturers “enrich” with iron and 4 B-vitamins, but not magnesium.

AlgaeCal Plus provides 350 mg of magnesium in a daily serving, which covers 75% of your RDI (Recommended Daily Intake).

It is simply a safe, effective and affordable strategy to get your needed  magnesium – and get the most out of life. Plus it will help prevent unnecessary health pitfalls and setbacks that cost much more than any supplement.

AlgaeCal Plus, with ample amounts of calcium, plus a range of crucial trace minerals helps you cover all your nutritional bases – naturally!

Author: Monica Straith, BS

Monica is the PR and Outreach Manager and Fitness Lead at AlgaeCal. She’s an ACE Certified Personal Trainer and Nutrition Specialist, and has a B.S. and B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she played varsity soccer for four years. Monica pulls from her experience in athletics and health to contribute to AlgaeCal and has also been featured on myfitnesspal blog, Prevention, and Huffington Post.