Magnesium Deficiency Treatment
Treatment of magnesium deficiency requires introduction of magnesium into your body based on daily consumption. Recommended daily allowance (RDA) and adequate intake (AI) are the ratios used to determine the levels needed to sustain a balance of the content in the body. It is sad to admit that most people do not attain the recommended values as directed by experts. All they need to do is drop the culture of processed foods and replace them with the most natural foods and fruits, which are rich in magnesium.
The most used solutions to magnesium deficiency treatment are Epsom salt baths and magnesium oil to the skin. Epsom salts contain magnesium sulfate and were originally discovered in Epsom, England; hence their name. Soaking in Epsom salt baths helps to absorb magnesium via your skin to increase the mineral in your body. Magnesium oil is also absorbable from the skin trans-dermally.
The mineral is widely accessible in both plant and animal sources. Dark green vegetables and nuts are one of the richest forms of the mineral although other foods contain lower amounts of the vital ingredient. Other rich foods are pumpkin seeds, almonds, dark chocolate, popcorn, and peanuts. Other recommended solutions are; sunflower seeds, chia seeds, cocoa, coffee, cashew nuts, oats, flaxseeds. This makes it an easy breakfast meal because it is found in many kinds of cereal.