The Standard American Diet (SAD) is high in processed foods and carbohydrates, low in vitamins and minerals. This inadequate daily intake of plant materials helps contribute to magnesium deficiency in more than 50% of the population. 3,4 Data also suggest that produce - especially vegetables - has experienced a decline in mineral content over the last century.5 Signs of low magnesium may include^:
Concern with glucose management difficulties
E-Z Mg may not address these concerns and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.