levels are highly associated with heart disease, stroke and diabetes.
"The researchers, from
Zhejiang University and Zhengzhou University in China, found that people
in the highest category of dietary magnesium consumption had a
lower risk of coronary heart disease
12% lower risk of stroke
lower risk of type-2 diabetes
compared to those in the lowest
The best source is from green leafy vegetables! An easy way to do that is through veggie shakes.
If you aren't eating
enough green leafy vegetables, make sure you supplement with magnesium that is GMP Certified (we recommend and carry Anabolic Laboratories supplements). Therapeutic dose typically
starts around 300 - 400 mg per day.
In 2015 the average American took 13 prescription medications.
Seniors over 65 years old take substantially more and even kids average 4 prescription medications per year.
The United states spends massively more than any other country on health care, but is rated dead last when it comes to the overall health of our country. As of 2015 we spent 3 trillion dollars per year on health care which is 17% of our Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
People who took probiotics for 4 weeks had less sad/bad feelings than those who didn't.
Our stomach and intestines are called our second brain because they are so interconnected to our overall health and emotion. The worse shape your digestive health the worse your mood is going to be on a regular basis.
Another study came out recently that concluded gut health was highly correlated with longevity.
If you aren't already, consider taking a daily probiotic, or maximizing your probiotics through sauerkraut, kefir or tempeh.
Also, remove processed sugar as it destroys the good bacteria in your stomach and intestines.
Average life expectancy is rising across the globe except for in the U.S.
If you are living like the average American then you have to expect to be sick like the average American population.
Also, these numbers are deceiving. For the United States the life expectancy is around 80 years old, a little less for men and a little more for women. However, most people are not actually living until they are 80 years old, they are just surviving.
Many people start developing chronic conditions in their 40's and 50's and are not living life to the fullest extent because they are dealing with their health problems. In my opinion, many people in the United States are only living until they are 50 but are surviving until they are 80.