Magnesium rich foods

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Whipple’s disease is particularly damaging to the body because it stops you from absorbing many of the essential nutrients your body needs. This bacterial infection can be countered slowly with antibiotics, but you can also adjust your diet to compensate for the nutrients and minerals you’re losing. Magnesium, for example, can strengthen the gastrointestinal system to fight back against Whipple’s disease, and also keep our bodies strong and durable. Magnesium-rich foods that can help treat Whipple’s disease include spinach, soybeans, bananas and avocadoes. Protection Status
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