Magnesium rich foods

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There are many minerals that we overlook in our diet, but they serve crucial purposes in certain areas of the body, but we don’t realize their crucial nature until we don’t have enough! Magnesium, for example, is a critical part of tissue development, as it can help to regulate the amount of calcium found in our bloodstream. If you’re suffering from Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, then the tissues in your respiratory system are likely damaged, and need to be repaired to prevent any further inflammation in the area. Magnesium-rich foods include beans, dried fruit, avocados, grains and yogurt. Protection Status
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