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Magnesium Supplementation – What are the Best Forms and How Much Should You Take
If you are looking at different magnesium supplements and wondering which ones are the best to take or which forms of magnesium work best, this video will not only break down the best forms, but it will also break down how much to take.
There are a few forms of magnesium – magnesium gluconate, magnesium malate, and magnesium oxide. The magnesium oxide pills are huge because in order to get the magnesium in it it’s mostly oxide and very little magnesium, so the pills get bigger.
You can absorb magnesium through the skin, so magnesium oil is another option, and then Epsom salt is another option.
Epsom salts are magnesium sulfate and bathing in it you can absorb it through the skin.
So, if you struggle with the diarrhea aspect, or maybe you already have problems with loose bowels and you’re just trying to potentially get more magnesium, you might consider an oil or an Epsom salt bath on a nightly basis to be better options for yourself in terms of getting your magnesium.
Even though magnesium is relatively safe and most people are deficient in it and for most people it is not going to be a problem, it’s never a bad idea if you’re doing something in higher doses chronically to have it evaluated. A red blood cell magnesium test is one of the better ways to evaluate your magnesium status.
But the best way, in my experience, in my opinion, to really evaluate magnesium is through what’s called lymphocyte proliferation where you’re looking at magnesium levels not in the red blood cells but in the white blood cells. This is a very accurate way to help you assess magnesium deficiency.
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