CELLULAR ENERGY YOU CAN AFFORD


I want it back, the feeling like a I am every woman. Feeling that youth with the energy pumping that just won't quit. Let's go back to when you were 24ish. Workouts were effortless, chaos for the home and family was a breeze, and all day romance and food delivery was at least once a week. Stamina, going the distance and then some. I know you are just as eager to get it back as I am. Well there is something that money can buy. Your choice of how much you want to spend is up to you. The answer is MAGNESIUM.

MAGNESIUM is a key mineral in the human metabolism. Most of us don't get nearly our daily intake needed to enjoy our life to the fullest




MAGNESIUM helps support health, as well as nerve and muscle function. It also coverts food into "Cellular Energy". Cellular energy, also known as cell respiration, is created from MAGNESIUM being a component of the creation of ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate). ATP is a co-enzyme that transports energy to body cells for metabolism, and assists with cell reproduction. When ATP partners with MAGNESIUM it's considered MgATP, which is vital for various bodily functions, cell respiration, and energy.



Making the  most of your day depends on having enough energy to do so. There are a lot of things that's can prevent your from sustaining MAGNESIUM in your body. Carbonated beverages flush MAGNESIUM out of your system, even though you consider yourself a healthy eater. Allowing yourself to eat refined sugars, candy, deserts, and cakes, can causes the body to excrete MAGNESIUM through the kidneys. The holidays can get a very stressful, and medical procedures such as surgery, can cause deficiency in MAGNESIUM. And already having a lack of MAGNESIUM worsens those problem.

The following have been shown to lower levels of MAGNESIUM in the body:


  • Diuretics 
  • Heart medication
  • Asthma medication
  • Birth control 
  • Estrogen replacement                     



Seven or more alcoholic beverages per week lowers the levels of MAGNESIUM. Recommendation from most physicians when the complaints are muscle spasms, cramping, Fibromyalgia, eye-twitching and tics, are that the patients are showing the signs of MAGNESIUM deficiency.

Getting a good nights sleep, or not getting one, is reason enough to increase your consumption of MAGNESIUM.





Age plays a part, particularly when you are 55 years or older, you take in less MAGNESIUM from food sources compared to when you were younger.


Getting involved in what your body needs is key if you want that  "up in the morning", "feeling great","what you got?","bring it on!" feeling everyday!

Spending all day at the amusement park, and partying until the next morning with that special someone, becomes so much fun and happiness which is good health for you as well.

Food choices can raise your level of MAGNESIUM. Watermelon and Cantaloupe are refreshing and taste great.
















Snack on Almonds, Cashews, Pumpkin seeds, Sunflower seeds, pop them in your mouth at work, play or add them to a meal.



We all know we need green leafy vegetables, especially dark green vegetables. Not only are they full of MAGNESIUM, they are very beneficial to providing weight loss.



















These are foods that will provide MAGNESIUM, and give you abundance of energy.


  • Raspberries
  • Spinach
  • Black Beans 
  • Quinoa
  • Oats
  • Flax Seeds                       
  • Tuna
  • Broccoli
  • Beets
  • Brussels Spouts
  • Papaya 
  • Tofu
  • Rye
  • Bell Pepper
  • Basil
  • Celery
  • Legumes                                                           
  • Water


    Through sources and filling the gap with a supplement, you can achieve things you thought were out of reach. The recommended daily dosage for women under 30 is 310mg, and for women over 30 is 320mg.



    MAGNESIUM gives you stamina, and endurance, for all of the fun that you can create for yourself. MAGNESIUM will assist with a good nights sleep, and will wake you up feeling refreshed and ready to tackle the world. MAGNESIUM it's a must have.

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