More than 75,000 people yearly lose their live from pancreatic cancer. However, ensuring that you are not deficient in magnesium can decrease your chance of developing the often fatal disease by as much as 76%. Furthermore, ensuring that you are ingesting the proper amount of magnesium can also lower your risk of developing other diseases, such as diabetes. osteoporosis (bone loss), insomnia, and restless leg syndrome. Often just an increase of 100 milligrams of magnesium per day can show promising results.
- Pancreatic cancer claims the lives of 55,000 people per year, but increasing your magnesium intake can lower your risk of getting it.
- By taking the minimum amount of magnesium, you not only decrease your risk of pancreatic cancer but also diabetes.
- Deficiency of magnesium has also been linked to bone loss, restless legs and macular degeneration.
“A recent study published in the British Journal of Cancer took a closer look at the relationship between magnesium and pancreatic cancer.”