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Raise your hand if you have more trouble controlling your weight than you did 10, 20, or especially 30 years ago or more…
I’m guessing your energy levels are much lower as well?
Magnesium is critical in over 300 enzymatic reactions in the body. It even positively alters gene expression.1 It’s importance as a single dietary mineral cannot be overexpressed. Yet U.S. NHANES data shows magnesium deficiency as the most common mineral deficiency in Americans. Depending on the source, somewhere from ½ to ¾ of Americans are deficient in magnesium. However, this only refers to the recommended daily intake, not necessarily having optimal amounts of magnesium, which varies by individual.2
So what is the thyroid and what does it do? Generally speaking, the thyroid is a butterfly or bat-shaped gland located in the front of the neck near the Adam’s apple. Although it is small, the thyroid is fierce. Since the thyroid gland converts thyroxine (T4) into triiodothyronine (T3), the metabolically active hormone, it is responsible for your body’s production of T3 and T4 hormones. These hormones help to regulate metabolism, vital signs, brain development, menstrual cycles, and so much more.1