Muscle Minerals

We all know we need more magnesium

MAGNESIUM

Symptoms of Magnesium Deficiency

          Muscle cramps and twitching, anxiety, and bad sleep

Why Magnesium is Necessary 

     When we: 

          Sweat excessively - like in training or a hot day

          Experience times of great stress

          Eat less than healthy

Our magnesium levels drop fast in these situations. Lots of science on why our food is weaker than your great granddad's so now it's WAY harder to replace vitamins and minerals naturally.

Magnesium is incredibly important because it is an essential component in more than 300 biochemical enzyme reactions in the human body. Magnesium helps maintain muscle function, supports healthy immunity, and promotes bone strength.  All things we need to keep in top shape.

Natural Ways to Increase Your Magnesium Levels

Eating magnesium-rich foods, like fresh fruit, unprocessed grains and dark chocolate can help increase your levels naturally. You can also have a Power Soak with a BathShot and rub in a high-quality topical magnesium creme. 

 Did you know we need sulfur too?

ORGANIC SULFUR

Know the difference between sulfa, sulfur, sulfate, and sulfites.  Read here for more information.

Symptoms of Organic Sulfur Deficiency

Excessive fatigue, memory loss, muscle and joint pain, depression, high sensitivity to stress, nails that chip easily, and hair that breaks easily.

Why Organic Sulfur is Necessary 

Aside from phosphorus and calcium, sulfur is the next most important mineral in the human body. It is found in many places in your body, from your muscles and bones to your skin and hair. Largely responsible for proper cell function and regulating your metabolism. Sulfur produces a critical antioxidant that protects our internal cells. It also produces insulin, which allows our bodies to properly process carbs, detoxify cells, create connective tissues, and generate collagen.

Natural Ways to Increase Your Sulfur Levels

Eat sulfur-rich proteins, like wild-caught fish, grass-fed beef, and free-range birds and their eggs.  Fruits and vegetables that are high in sulfur:  leafy greens, broccoli, cauliflower, sweet potatoes, onion, garlic, turnips, watermelon, and avocados can help as well.  MSM (dimethylsulfone) is a great safe source of organic sulfur.  All MuscleShok products contain MSM.