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From eNewsletter 4/10/2023

DID YOU KNOW that a study published late March in the European Journal of Nutrition found that of more than 6,000 cognitively healthy participants aged 40 to 73 who consumed more than 550 milligrams of magnesium each day had a brain age that was approximately one year younger by the time they reached 55 compared with someone with a normal magnesium intake of about 350 milligrams?

Researchers found this optimal magnesium intake could lead to less age-related brain shrinkage, which is associated with better cognitive function and lower risk or delayed onset of dementia.

Please note: 550 milligrams was total intake from food and dietary supplements.


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