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Dr. Gantzer discusses the importance of magnesium in CMA Today

by Jan 5, 2023

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Jennifer GantzerNUHS Faculty Jennifer Gantzer, DC, MS, DACBN, FACN, was recently featured in “Magnesium’s Magnitude: The Crucial Mineral You Shouldn’t Count Out,” an article in CMA Today, a bimonthly magazine published by the American Association of Medical Assistants. 

Dr. Gantzer discusses the importance of magnesium, an essential mineral, and how low magnesium levels can lead to health issues like hypertension or diabetes.   

“[Magnesium] has a physiological role in the body. However, our body cannot make it. That means we have to eat it or we have to supplement it,” says Dr. Gantzer. “[Magnesium] has to come from outside sources.” 

Dr. Gantzer also shares a list of natural food sources that can help readers meet the daily required levels of magnesium along with how supplement properly. 

To read the full article: click here 

McCormack J. Magnesium’s Magnitude: The Crucial Mineral You Shouldn’t Count Out. CMA Today. 2022;55(6):8-9. Accessed November 16, 2022. https://www.aama-ntl.org/cma-today/archives/article?id=deb6e14a-4840-6a90-a81c-ff00003b2c18 

(Permission to reproduce this article granted by the American Association of Medical Assistants.) 

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