Magnesium in our diet plays a vital role in maintaining cellular activities and biochemical bodily functions. But are you getting enough on your plate? Here is a list (not in any particular order) magnessium-rich foods to keep you on track.
“Almonds, which also contain heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, help with your weight loss plan. They make you feel full longer. They contain 105 milligrams of magnesium in ¼ cup. One of the best ways to get your daily requirement of almonds is to make them as a topping to salads and desserts.” naturalnews.com
“Oatmeal, which has the nutrients vitamin B9 (folate), potassium, dietary fiber, and omega-3 fatty acids, can maintain cholesterol levels. One cup of cooked oatmeal contains 57.6 mg of magnesium.” naturalnews.com
“Pumpkin seeds, which also contain a high amount of fiber aside from a good amount of magnesium, improve the function of the digestive system. They make a crunchy addition to salads.” naturalnews.com