Take the Magnesium Quiz: See How You Measure Up




  1. Do you drink alcohol daily?
  2. Have you had major surgery, trauma to your body or a concussion?
  3. Do you aggressively exercise regularly (More than 30 minutes intensely daily)?
  4. Do you suffer from insomnia, depression, chronic stress, consistent anger or constant confusion?
  5. Do you have a history of heart disease, angina, irregular heart beat or hardening of the arteries?
  6. Do you have or have you had asthma, bronchitis or C.O.P.D.?
  7. Do you have low calcium or potassium levels?
  8. Do you experience IBS, constipation or diarrhea more than 2 times a year?
  9. Do you consume more than 3 servings of caffeine daily from coffee, tea, chocolate or soda?
  10. Do you get frequent muscle cramps or have restless leg syndrome?
  11. Do you have cold extremities often?
  12. Do have chronic pain, frequent headaches, arthritis or fibromyalgia?
  13. Do you have any type of diabetes?
  14. Do you rarely eat fruits and vegetables?
  15. Do you have trouble swallowing?
  16. Do have problems with infertility or PMS?
  17. Have you taken antibiotics, physician prescribed steroids or any medications?
  18. Do you have silver/amalgam fillings for cavities?
  19. Do you have osteoporosis?
  20. Do you have hyperthyroidism?
  21. Have you had or do you have cancer?
  22. Have you had chemotherapy or radiation therapies?
  23. Have you had a stroke or a T.I.A.?
  24. Do you have liver problems?
  25. Do you have kidney problems?
  26. Have you been a smoker or do you currently smoke?


0-3 = GOOD RANGE –You have been receiving adequate amounts of daily intake of magnesium.

4-5 = AVERAGE RANGE – You’re in the intermediate range where you need to start supplementing magnesium more in your daily food choices and vitamin usage.

6-8 = POOR RANGE – You’re below the healthy range for daily magnesium levels, and therefore, magnesium vitamin supplement usage is vital, along with, substantial magnesium fortified foods.

Over 9 = BAD RANGE - You’re dangerously low in magnesium and need to consult your doctor.  


                       FOODS HIGH IN MAGNESIUM (Click on Foods Below to Visit Its Page)

Almonds                                  Cannellini Kidney Beans                               Millet Flour          

Cashews                                 Agave Nectar                                                 Barley Rice         

Sunflower Seeds                     French Lentils                                                Rolled Oats        

Pumpkin Seeds                       Red Lentils                                                     Steel Cut Oats                  

Chocolate                                 Black-eyed Peas                                           Quinoa Flour

Apricot Jam                              Avocado Mayonnaise                                    Black Beans       

Breakfast & Bakery Spice          Fish, Salad, Meat & Pasta Spice                    Navy Beans                                             

Pinto Beans                              Raisins                                     Buckwheat                             Buckwheat Buckwheat Buckwheat BuckwheatRaisinsRaisins 


                   VITAMINS HIGH IN MAGNESIUM (Click on Vitamins Below to Visit Its Page)

Vitamin C, Magnesium, Calcium, Potassium - 8 oz. (42 servings) Vitamin C, Magnesium, Calcium, Potassium - 8 oz. (42 servings)  Vitamin C, Magnesium, Calcium, Potassium - 8 oz. (42 servings) Vitamin C, Magnesium, Calcium, Potassium - 8 oz. (42 servings)  Vitamin C, Magnesium, Calcium, Potassium - 8 oz. (42 servings)  Vitamin C, Magnesium, Calcium, Potassium - 8 oz. (42 servings)   Vitamin C, Magnesium, Calcium, Potassium 



Magnesium is the 8thmost abundant mineral found in the world. It is the 4thmost abundant mineral within humans involved in over 1,000 chemical reactions. Magnesium is vital in 350 different pathways needed for optimal body functionality.


  1. Keeps heart in steady rhythm
  2. Modulates blood clotting and thinning
  3. Contributes in energy metabolism of the heart helping to produce ATP
  4. Involved in B vitamin production
  5. Improves nerve function
  6. Aids in immune system proficiency
  7. Strengthens bone structure
  8. Activates vitamin C
  9. Enhances blood sugar levels
  10. Normalizes Insulin
  11. Improves insulin resistance
  12. Compliments calcium absorption
  13. Regulates sweat and temperature processes
  14. Prevents sudden cardiac attacks
  15. Promotes healthy excretion function
  16. Reduces hypertension
  17. Lowers risk of heart disease
  18. Relaxes blood vessels
  19. Improves blood flow
  20. Equalizes calcium and potassium in the bloodstream
  21. Provides kidney protection
  22. Prevents retinal abnormalities
  23. Aids in weight loss and BMI reduction
  24. Eases fibromyalgia pain
  25. Fights excitotoxicity (chemical pollutants like mercury, aspartame, MSG, etc.)
  26. Calms discomfort associated with restless leg syndrome
  27. Reduces urinary urge incontinence
  28. Relieves constipation
  29. Eases asthma symptoms
  30. Improves the negative effects of ADD & ADHD
  31. Enhances hearing
  32. Soothes migraines and headaches
  33. Calms distress of anxiety, insomnia, depression and other emotional problems
  34. Improves PMS by 95%
  35. Reduces hot flashes 

Source: National Institutes of Health, Dr. Dennis Goodwin, Dr. Richard Becker, Dr. Russell Blaylock, Mayo Clinic 

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