Magnesium is a mineral that your body requires in order to carry out a variety of important processes. It helps turn the food that you eat into energy‚ and aids your parathyroid gland in making parathyroid hormone. Your parathyroid gland is actually four very small glands located in your neck‚ right next to your thyroid gland‚ and parathyroid hormone is a protein that helps your body absorb calcium. Meanwhile‚ magnesium maintains heart health by preventing blood clots from forming. Within the body as a whole‚ magnesium prevents molecules known as free radicals from harming your cells. It may also be able to prevent the damage caused to your cells when your blood sugar levels remain at high levels for long periods of time. Magnesium is found in many foods; the richest sources are green leafy vegetables‚ brown rice‚ nuts‚ fish‚ meat‚ dairy‚ and whole grain bread. If your daily diet is nutritious‚ you should have no problem taking in sufficient magnesium. However‚ this doesn’t always mean that your body is properly absorbing the nutrient from your food. If you’ve been diagnosed with diabetes or a gastrointestinal disorder‚ you may find it more difficult to absorb it and may need a magnesium supplement as a result. If your magnesium levels are low‚ you may end up feeling weak‚ nauseous‚ and fatigued; you may also lose your appetite. If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms‚ your doctor can perform a test to measure the levels of magnesium in your bloodstream. You may have abnormal magnesium levels if you have a health condition that affects your kidneys or intestines. Allergy Research Group’s Magnesium Citrate provides magnesium citrate‚ which helps your heart and immune system work properly while keeping your bones healthy. Each bottle of Magnesium Citrate by Allergy Research Group contains 90 vegetarian capsules‚ which is enough to last for up to three months‚ depending on your dosage. Allergy Research Group has been providing high-quality‚ hypoallergenic supplements for over 30 years. Its unique supplements incorporate the latest scientific discoveries‚ making Allergy Research Group products the choice of many physicians and other healthcare practitioners to support the nutrition and health of their patients. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These products are not meant to diagnose‚ treat or cure any disease or medical condition. Please consult your doctor before starting any exercise or nutritional supplement program or before using these or any product during pregnancy or if you have a serious medical condition.