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Insufficient magnesium may increase the risk of osteoporosis

Scientists are warning patients to eat a high mineral diet after their research found that long term magnesium deficiency can lead to osteoporosis in rats. Europeans have been found to have a high level of magnesium deficiency. The awareness of the benefits of magnesium is gradually mounting and demand is increasing for the mineral.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Nutraingredients

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About: Insufficient magnesium may increase the risk of osteoporosis

Date: 21 January 2005

Source: Nutraingredients


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