As seen in Woman’s World magazine! Getting younger-looking skin is as easy as getting more magnesium in your diet! A water-bearing mineral, magnesium plays an important role in keeping skin plump and hydrated. And research shows that the mineral is also necessary for the creation of enzymes that heal wrinkle-causing free-radical damage. To get the benefits, aim to enjoy 400 mg of magnesium from natural sources such as almonds (320 mg in 1/2 cup), dark chocolate (256 mg in 4 oz), or sunflower seeds (300 mg in 1/4 cup).
As researchers learn more about Alzheimer’s disease, one thing is clear: Low levels of the B vitamin thiamine contribute to the growth of the brain plaques that cause memory loss and dementia.