Muscles plays significant role in moving and making our bodies work. It is essential to take care of muscles because muscles disorders can lead to weakness, pain or even paralysis.
Muscle disorders can be caused by stress, tension, injuries such as strain, sprain, cramps or tendinitis, inflammation, nerves diseases, infections and certain medicines.
We are in an era where there is a much higher need of prevention of muscular health due to the increase of muscle disorders owing to new age dietary choices and sedentary lifestyles.
Role of Magnesium, potassium and calcium in Muscular Health
Magnesium: magnesium is a mineral that is available in earth, sea, plants, animals and humans. Each cell of human body contains magnesium to function. It performs the function of energy synthesis, formation of protein, gene maintenance, and regulation of nervous system and movement of muscles.
Magnesium helps in moving blood sugar into muscles and disposes lactic acid which helps in building up muscles during exercise.
Magnesium rich foods are: leafy green vegetables, pumpkin seeds, almonds, cashews, walnuts, brown rice, avocados, beans, raw cacao, edamame and seaweed.
Potassium: Potassium is a major electrolyte found in human body. It is the essential mineral and performs important role in electrolyte regulation, nerve function, blood pressure and muscle control.
Potassium regulates water and mineral balance throughout body.
Potassium significantly works with muscles that control heart beat and breathing activities.
Potassium rich foods are: bananas, oranges, cooked spinach, cooked broccoli, potatoes, mushrooms, peas and cucumbers.
Calcium: Calcium is an essential mineral for growth and strengthening of bones. Most of the calcium is found in ........
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