Miracle Mineral Gives You “Bones of Steel”
Dear Turapür Today Reader,
If you have ever had a broken bone, you know how devastating it can be.
And as if the pain and loss of independence weren’t bad enough, being older can make it even harder to recover.
So you always take your calcium in hopes of never having a fracture.
But as it turns out, there’s something else you should be taking if you care about your bones.
Because new research published in the British Journal of Nutrition shows that a certain mineral can help keep your bones “steel strong” no matter your age.
And believe it or not, it runs circles around calcium.
I’m talking about magnesium, and for years, health experts have known that this powerful element is essential for a healthy heart.
But as it turns out, magnesium is also essential for strong bones.
In a recent study, an international team of researchers scoured medical and nutritional data of over 3,700 folks around the age of 60, looking for a link between magnesium intake and bone fractures.
After careful analysis, the researchers found that men who had 398 mg of magnesium or more in their daily diets lowered their risk of bone fracture by a whopping 53%.
Even better, women who had a daily intake of 373 mg of magnesium or more saw an incredible 62% drop in future bone fracture risk.
These results are even more impressive when you consider that some studies show that taking calcium does ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to lower your risk of bone fracture and can even damage your heart.
You can get more magnesium in your diet through foods like spinach, nuts, yogurt and beans.
Or you can always opt for magnesium supplements, which are available at your local pharmacy.
Department of Research, Turapür Products