What Should You Know About Calcium and Magnesium?
Our usual diet provides much less calcium and magnesium than is necessary for our body to function well. This unhappy fact is also confirmed by the National Pharmacy and Food Health Institute: “The Hungarian adult population’s daily calcium intake is below the recommended level.”
The “What Should You Know about…?” series on calcium and magnesium gives you a concise summary of the essential information about these vital minerals.
According to the official statement of the National Pharmacy and Food Health Institute, “The calcium intake of the adult Hungarian population is below the recommended level.”
We may boldly say that humans in this day and age live on a calcium and magnesium deficient diet.
That deficiency may result in symptoms that are of no small consequence in the human body, such as irritability, heart complaints, sleeping disorders, and even depression-like states.
We recommend this book for all of those who are interested in genuine information about vitamins and minerals, and who have taken or want to take their health into their own hands.