Magnesium is required for the production of all proteins, including those that interact with vitamins A and D3. It is critical for bone development, enzyme synthesis, carbohydrate metabolism, regulating your nervous system, and muscular function. Magnesium directly interacts with calcium and vice versa, so it must be kept in the proper ratio for the body to function properly. Too much of one mineral over the other will cause a deficiency to occur.

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