Why is magnesium vital for our bodies?
Magnesium is the body’s “Master Mineral,” critical for over 300 enzymatic actions in the body. It is the mineral of rejuvenation, and prevents the calcification of our organs and tissues that is characteristic of the old-age related degeneration of our body.
Magnesium activates different bodily processes, including digestion, energy production, muscle function, bone formation, creation of new cells, activation of B vitamins, relaxation of muscles and the functioning of your heart, kidneys, brain, as well as the nervous system.
Due to Low magnesium, the ATP is low causing low energy.
Calcium builds up in cells, muscles, connective tissues, and organs causing calcification. This causes aches and pains. Magnesium is thus required to pump calcium out of cells. Magnesium relaxes muscles, calcium tenses [contracts] muscles.
Calcium deposits in the joints are called arthritis; in the blood vessels it is hardening of the arteries; in the heart it is heart disease, and in the brain it is senility.
Calcium deposits in the brain causes disruption in brain signals.
Magnesium assists in sparking the electrical signals that travel through miles of nerves in our bodies (including the impulses for our brain, heart and other organs).