Daily intake of calcium and magnesium

Daily intake of calcium and magnesiumCalcium helps reduce constipation.  

Use of calcium and magnesium in the right quantities can prevent or relieve constipation. They can contribute to the health of your colon and keep you regular.

In the colon, calcium combines with excess bile and decaying fat to form a harmless insoluble soap, which is excreted in the faeces. This will keep your colon clean.

Most nutritionists recommend taking 1000-1500 mg of calcium daily. Because calcium can cause constipation, it is necessary to take 500-1000 mg of magnesium while taking calcium.

You should space your calcium intake during Take only 400-600 mg each time. Also take some time-out when taking calcium supplements and other vitamins. In a month, take 2-3 Sundays or Saturdays to take vitamins.

Avoid taking calcium carbonate, which will reduce the time to have a bowel movement. Avoid, also, taking calcium when eating foods that contain oxalates, phosphates, or phytates. They bind calcium and is excreted in the stool

If you take a thyroid hormone, beta blockers, calcium channel blockers, or antibiotics, calcium supplements can interfere with the absorption of these drugs. It is best to take calcium around 2 hours before or after taking these medications and others.

Avoid taking calcium citrate with antacids containing aluminum. This combination has been seen to increase your body's absorption of aluminum. Aluminum has been associated with senility and Alzheimer's disease

Calcium is safe for pregnant women and should take an adequate amount of calcium.

The best calcium to take is calcium gluconate, orotate or aspartate. The gluconate type is similar to calcium you get from milk and some vegetables. It is a gentle calcium and is easily absorbed by children and adults with weak digestion.

The foods to eat for good calcium are.

Goat milk, egg yolk, fish, lemons, rhubarb, cheese, skim milk, bone broth, seeds, dulse, kelp, vegetables, nuts, cauliflower, celery, cottage cheese, gelatin preparations, barns,

Magnesium helps reduce constipation

Magnesium, non gentle laxative, helps prevent constipation by relaxing your colon walls when under stress, have anxiety, or have too many worries. The tension in the colon walls allowing normal peristaltic action is normalized.

Because magnesium attracts water, you can bring more water into the colon by taking magnesium supplements or by eating foods that are rich in magnesium. The water in your colon making stools softer and allows your colon to absorb water from your stool if the body needs.

How do you know if you are short on magnesium? You will get cramps in the calves at night or so called "Charlie horses." Or, you will feel sore after some mild exercise or activity.

Take 400 mg in the morning and 400 mg of magnesium night gluconate, or citrate.

Jesse Lynn Hanley, MD, in his book, tired of being tired in 2002, gives another way to take Magnesium to relieve constipation, 

"Take bedtime. Start with 200 milligrams of magnesium oxide or magnesium citrate may increase the dosage in steps of 200 milligrams until your bowels moving regularly. The dose for magnesium is individual, so begin low and increase the dose if necessary. Reduce dose if you experience loose stools. Unlike irritating laxatives, magnesium does not addictive laxatives. " 

If taking hypoglycemic drugs, magnesium may increase the absorption of these drugs. You should consult with your doctor about the effects of magnesium with the type of hypoglycemic drug you are taking. 

If taking magnesium, do not take within 2 hours of taking any kind of drug.If you have a severe heart or kidney disease, you should avoid magnesium and consult with your doctor about your use.

Magnesium is considered safe for pregnant women.

The magnesium-rich foods

Chlorophyll is high in magnesium and chlorophyll comes in capsules. These are some of the foods that are rich in magnesium.

Greens, berries, wheat germ, cereals, nuts, cornmeal, apples, apricots, pears, oats, nuts, spinach, tofu, lentils, honey, fish, cabbage, avocado , cashews, peas, prunes, soy milk thistle

You can see that calcium and magnesium is not just for bone building and acid neutralization, but also good for constipation prevention and relief.

By: Rudy Silva

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