Magnesium Supplement Benefits + When Should You Take It?


Magnesium Supplement Benefits + When Should You Take It?
Magnesium: what are the benefits and do you NEED to be taking it? I’m breaking down the details of magnesium and if it’s something you need to consider for your wellness goals in today’s video.

My Favorite Budget Magnesium Supplement:

One of my OVERALL Favorite Magnesium Supplements:







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  1. Every sentence sounds like a question. Are you asking us to confirm what you're saying is correct? If so, I can confirm that I take your word for it.

  2. Informative and right to the point! Fabulous! My insomnia is off the chart. I’m upping my mag!

  3. Thank you so much for the information in this video.
    It’s so helpful and I really appreciate it. 😊💜😊

  4. can i still take vit c and fish oil with well women vitamins and mag malate for aches and pain im 54 or am i taking to much xx

  5. Hey for your favorite magnesium supplement you recommended , does it help with constipation?

  6. My doctor recently recommended I take 150 to 300mg of magnesium citrate at night to help with my heart palpitations. Any thoughts on this?

  7. I take 300mg magnesium, and 5000 IU D3, 100 mcg K2, 50 mg Zinc, 500 Omega 3, 2400 mcg A, , 1000 mg C, and B Complex in the morning…🙂🙂🙂

  8. I noticed that the one you listed as your overall favorite is only 300 MG, is that enough, you mentioned 400-500?

  9. Thank you for the information, but the new editing fad is truly distracting and I would recommend slowing down too. Thanks again

  10. You are seriously such a blessing to me. Much like Dr Eric Berg, you understand how valuable our time is, and you get straight to the point with lots of info that we can all understand.

    I have improved my health more with the help from you & Dr Eric than I have with my own doctor. Thank you for doing what you do!

  11. Hi! Your favorite Magnesium you linked on this video is citrate, but isn't that one not good because it wont absorb?

  12. Before watching this video, I did not know I had a magnesium deficiency, thank you very much. ❤️ 🧡 💛 💚 💙

  13. Hey, thanks for the great information. I am older and have low magnesium (from bloodwork) which was causing cramps in my feet at night. I take 500 mg of chelated magnesium. My doc said that the chelating process helps in absorption. I’m wondering why you didn’t mention that? Thanks!

  14. Hey Autumn, I’m taking Burgerstein magnesiumVital it has Glycinate and Citrate. The bottle says I can only take 300g. Do you believe that to be true? Thanks, great video!

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