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Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in our bodies of which 50% is found in our bones.  It has an active role, together with the thyroid and parathyroid in maintaining bone health.  Magnesium aids the absorption of calcium and activates Vitamin D and bone-building osteoblasts (cells that secrete the matrix for bone formation), promoting denser and stronger bones.

Some evidence suggests that a magnesium deficiency can lead to osteoporosis in postmenopausal women, which causes brittle and fragile bones due to loss of muscle tissue.  Several human studies have proposed that magnesium supplements may improve bone mineral density.

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