Physiology of magnesium metabolism and the important role of magnesium in potassium deficiency.

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Magnesium, the second most abundant intracellular cation, has several critically important roles in the body. In addition to energy production and maintaining electrolyte balance, magnesium is essential for normal neuromuscular function as well as calcium and potassium transport. Evidence suggests that a deficit of magnesium is closely interrelated to… (More)

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