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Magnesium is an essential mineral that plays a vital role in over 300 metabolic reactions in your body. It supports muscle relaxation, restful sleep, healthy stress response, mood balance, and even helps to maintain heart and bone health. 

If you don’t eat a lot of Magnesium-rich foods, a Magnesium supplement may help – especially if you’re experiencing stress or insomnia. Discover how below…

 

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