Magnesium is one of macronutrients in our body, i.e. is found in greater quantities, as opposed to trace elements. The recommended intake is 320 mg per day for men and 300 mg - for women.
It can be supplied by milk and dairy products, grains, meat, bananas, tea, coffee and more. Keep in mind that alcohol reduces the absorption in the body. When blanching and cooking increases its absorption rate, as well as in milling of cereal food (in the form of various flours).
Its absence in the body can affect and lower nerve conduction and muscle contraction, cause cramps, tremors, and weakness in the muscles, loss of sensation, heart rhythm disturbances and reduced pumping function of the heart .
Magnesium, unlike calcium prevents ie inhibits blood clotting, which means you do not have to overdose too much.
Magnesium chloride was dissolved in water and it contains magnesium and chloride ions, which means that the body 2 in its delivers a: magnesium and chlorine.
Chlorine is also among the macronutrients. Experts recommend a daily 800 mg per day. Its absence leads to growth disorders, muscle weakness and alkalosis.
Chlorine is an integral part of the gastric hydrochloric acid. And acts as a "buffer" in the body, protects the body from too much alkalinity or appear too acidic environment. Chlorine also affects blood pressure.