Professor Dr. Osman Unveils Key to Fighting Fatigue: Magnesium-Rich 'Miracle' Foods

Written by Henrik Rothen

Feb.14 - 2024 12:34 PM CET

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Professor Dr. Osman Müftüoğlu reveals the miracle foods we pass by every day that could eliminate magnesium deficiency.

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In today's world, unending fatigue, weakness, and low energy are commonly attributed to magnesium deficiency, a crucial element for quality sleep and overall health. Professor Dr. Osman Müftüoğlu has highlighted the importance of magnesium-rich foods in combating this widespread issue.

In an article published today, Müftüoğlu stated, "We are facing a magnesium storm. Everyone is in a rush to compensate for their magnesium deficiency in one way or another." He added that those who maintain a healthy diet should not need magnesium supplements.

To combat this deficiency, it's essential to know which foods are rich in magnesium. Müftüoğlu pointed out the overlooked sources of magnesium, listing the following miracle foods:

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  • SPINACH

    • One cup of spinach contains 157 mg of magnesium, fulfilling 40% of our daily magnesium requirement.

  • SWISS CHARD

    • Another green leafy vegetable, Swiss chard, contains 154 mg of magnesium per cup, meeting 38% of our daily needs.

  • AVOCADO

    • A medium-sized avocado offers 58 mg of magnesium, covering 15% of our daily requirement.

  • FIGS

    • A medium-sized fig provides 13% of our daily magnesium need, which equals 50 mg.

  • BLACK BEANS

    • Half a cup of black beans contains 60 mg of magnesium, accounting for 15% of our daily intake.

  • NUTS

    • Almonds, peanuts, walnuts, pumpkin seeds, and chia seeds are high in magnesium. 1/8 cup contains 92 mg of magnesium, which is 23% of our daily requirement.

  • YOGURT AND KEFIR

    • One cup of yogurt or kefir contains 50 mg of magnesium, fulfilling 13% of our daily needs.

These findings underscore the importance of incorporating magnesium-rich foods into our diets to support our health and well-being.

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