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Washington DC: Magnesium level can be an effect of metabolizing vitamin D, says a recent study. Researchers at the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine found that vitamin D can not be metabolized at magnesium levels. The study is published in the American Osteopathic Association.
"People are taking vitamin D supplements, but they do not realize how metabolized. Without magnesium, vitamin D is not really useful or safe," said Razzaque researcher. Researchers have explained that the consumption of vitamin D vitamins may increase the level of calcium and phosphate, even though vitamin D deficiency remains. People can afford vascular calcium, magnesium levels are not enough to prevent complications.
Patients with a high amount of patients with magnesium require less vitamin D to obtain sufficient vitamin B. Magnesium also reduces osteoporosis, which helps to reduce the risk of bone rupture in vitamin D levels.
In any of these nutrients, it is associated with different deficiency disorders, including skeletal deformities, cardiovascular diseases and metabolic syndrome.
The recommended daily magnesium of magnesium is 420 mg for males and 320 mg for women, the United States standard diet is only 50 percent. Almost half of the population consumes a diet of magnesium deficiency.
Researchers have indicated that the consumption of natural magnesium in foodstuffs has declined over the last few decades due to changes in the industrialized agriculture and dietary habits. Magnesium is a low state, consumed by refined grains, fats, phosphates and processed foods with sugars.
"While consuming the optimum amount of magnesium, it reduces the risk of vitamin D deficiency and reduces the dependence of vitamin D supplements," says Razzaque. Magnesium is the fourth largest mineral in quality after calcium, potassium and sodium.