Are you getting enough Magnesium?

Magnesium affects more than 300
enzymatic reactions that drive a diverse array of biological processes, including brain function. A 2015 study found a significant association between very low
magnesium intake and depression, especially in younger adults.
You can optimize your magnesium levels by eating more leafy greens or taking a daily magnesium supplement.

Author
David Cox, D.C. Dr. David Cox is Little Elm's Original Chiropractor! Passionately serving the area since 2001, he has been in Little Elm since it was a "one stop light town!"

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