As I was sharing with you last week: Late Summer Seasonal Change (August 19, 2021)

“…consider the seasons of the year
and what effect each of them produces”

It has been noted during this time of year, late summer, known as Indian summer, it is very life enhancing to have  magnesium rich foods in our diet.

Magnesium is necessary for construction of the communication fibers in the brain and nervous system.

Brain and nerve relaxation depend to a certain extent upon this mineral.

Magnesium is greatly needed in the intestinal tract for promoting healthy bowel action.

It is a vital element in helping to correct present-day physical and mental disturbances, so many of which are traceable to faulty intestinal elimination and nerve debilitation.

Some Magnesium Rich Foods are:

  • Butternut Squash
  • Avocado
  • Banana
  • Kiwi Fruit
  • Papaya
  • Green Leafy Vegetables
  • Almonds
  • Apple
  • Peas and Legumes

Supplement wise I like this product from Designs for Health called Neuromag, designed especially for brain health. 

“Several studies indicate that synaptic connections in the brain hippocampus, a critical brain region for learning and memory, decline during the normal process of aging. NeuroMag™, which uses the unique, patented, chelated mineral Magtein™, contains magnesium which is chelated to threonic acid (magnesium L-threonate). It is superior to other forms of magnesium at getting through the blood brain barrier because it is able to transport magnesium ions across lipid membranes, including those of brain cells.

Researchers at MIT concluded that elevating brain magnesium content via supplementation with Magtein™ may be a useful strategy to support cognitive abilities and decrease common age-related memory decline.”

If interested you can order it on my fullscript site or directly from Designs for Health here

For our greater health,

Dr. Steve