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THE NATIONAL INSTITUTES of Health
compiled results from multiple studies
that conclude that higher intake of magnesium is associated not only with decreased
risk of coronary heart disease, but with
decreased risk of stroke and abnormal
heart rhythms as well.
Many foods are a good source of
magnesium, including whole grains, nuts,
legumes, dark leafy green vegetables and
shellfish. Spinach and Swiss chard are the
best sources, with just one cup providing
more than a third of the daily requirement.
Magnesium can also be taken in a
dietary supplement, such as Nature Made
Magnesium 400 mg Liquid Softgels (150-
count bottle), which is available at all
About 50 percent of Americans get
adequate amounts of magnesium in their
diets, but some people need supplements,
including those with health problems that
may affect magnesium absorption.
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• Gives your heart the boost it needs
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• Helps improve circulation and
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* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug
Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat,
cure or prevent any disease.
FEBRUARY 2011 ;e Costco Connection 51