If you have a neurological injury and you have difficulty with sleeping, muscle cramps or fatigue, then this blog is for you. Last week, I spoke about the importance of magnesium in our daily diets.
Today I wanted to share with you some of the top magnesium-rich foods that you can incorporate into your diet. If you are already doing this, then I want to say, great job!
Keep up the good work. Your body will thank you
- Green leafy vegetables (e.g. spinach, swiss chard and kale)
- Fruit (figs, avocado, banana and raspberries) ▸ a. Bananas may be better known for being rich in heart-healthy and bone-strengthening potassium, but a medium-size banana also provides 32 mg of magnesium, along with vitamin C and fibre.
- Nuts and seeds (with almonds and pumpkin seeds rating quite high)
- Legumes (black beans, chickpeas and kidney beans) ▸ a. Baked beans rated high
- Vegetables (peas, broccoli, cabbage, green beans, artichokes, asparagus, brussels sprouts)
- Seafood (salmon, mackerel, tuna)
- Whole grains (brown rice and oats)
- Raw cacao
- Dark Chocolate
- Chlorella powder
- Spirulina powder
How many of this list are you incorporating into your daily diet?
If this has helped you, then please know I have so much more to share in my 'Movers And Shakers' facebook group (it's free). I'd love to see you in there.