A study done by researchers from Zhejiang University and Zhengzhou University, China shows following positive benefits with a diet containing magnesium
Researchers say a number of diseases are associated with low levels of magnesium such as Alzheimer's, cardiovascular (CVD), type 2 diabetes, metabolic syndrome and obstructive pulmonary disease. Researchers analyzed data from 40 studies from 1999 to 2016 and came to above conclusion.
Studies show required amounts of magnesium cannot be met with a single serving of any food item. So an individual needs to take multiple foods to achieve targeted magnesium levels in the body. Lead Author of the study is Dr. Fudi Wang and the study findings were published in the journal BMC Medicine.
Magnesium : Body contains about 20 to 25 grams of magnesium, mostly found in bones area. Daily recommended consumption of magnesium is 400 to 420 mg for male adults and 310 to 320 mg for female adults. Body daily magnesium requirement increase as the age of an individual increase.
It is an abundant mineral in our body and helps us in the conducting daily activities such as
Following foods are rich with magnesium mineral
Deficiency of magnesium mineral leads to
An individual should know that
A study done by Australian scientists from Heart Research Institute (HRI), Sydney and funded by Ian Potter Foundation, Melbourne Australia made a breakthrough by printing human heart cells and tissues with a new bio 3D printer technology. Scientists successfully generated stem cells, heart cells and heart tissues with the skin cells provided by the patient. The damaged heart tissue can be repaired by printed 3D cardiac tissue directly on the patient's damaged heart tissue.
The newly developed mini hearts are working just like a real hearts. Scientists are hoping to replace damaged heart tissues with tissues developed with the new technology in the next five years. Heart experts say the newly developed bio 3D printer heart models can be used for clinical trials of new drugs too.
Angioplasty, a medical treatment to treat a heart condition is being used currently but may not be possible to treat all heart patients. But with this newly developed technology, healthcare experts can treat all patients with heart condition such as angioplasty, dead heart muscle, scare heart muscle, improving shortness of breath, regenerate hearts etc.
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Published by Jammi Vasista, Chennai, India.