Doctor insights on:
What Fruits Contain Magnesium
quick google answer:
Foods high in magnesium in (mg)
beans, black 1 cup 120
broccoli, raw 1 cup 22
halibut 1/2 fillet 170
nuts, peanuts 1 oz 64
okra, frozen 1 cup 94
oysters 3 oz 49
plantain, raw 1 medium 66
rockfish 1 fillet 51
seeds, pumpkin and squash 1 oz (142 seeds) 151
soy milk 1 cup 47
spinach, cooked 1 cup 157
tofu 1/4 block 37
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Which fruits and vegetables are the highest in magnesium content which I can easily get my hands on?
Food: Pumpkin seeds, spinach. Black beans, sesame seeds, cashews, sunflower seeds, soy beans. ...Read more
While there may be a tiny trace of magnesium in meat it is not a significant source of magnesium.
Magnesium is the heart of the chlorophyll molecule so leafy greens are the best source, but it is also in nuts, seeds, beans, whole grains, dark chocolate, figs, bananas, yogurt and tofu. Salmon is one of the best animal sources but beef has hardly any.
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May a product containing l-tyrosine, zinc and b-6 be used in combination with one another containing magnesium as an additional ingredient?
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Suggest me some multivitamins tablet that contain good amount of zinc, calcium, magnesium. And should be safe to use?
Doctors and vitamins:
I hope you understand that the various vitamin products on the market are something that most physicians would not have any expertise in. There are vitamin standards set by the government and daily recommended doses. These are all well displayed on the vitamin products available.
I tell my patients to choose the vitamin of their choice. If they are males the only other caution is that no iron! ...Read more
I take a supplement called oxy powder by ghc. It contains 2746 mg of ozonated magnesium oxides per 4 caps. I take 1 per day. Is this safe?
Should be.: Based on what you shared, I calculate your daily mg supplementation of about 700mg. If your kidney function is normal, this dose of mg shouldn't be an issue. Careful as too much mg can result in diarrhea. Unless you have a medical condition or are on medications that can lead to mg wasting, a healthy well-balanced diet rich in nuts, soybeans, bran should provide plenty of mg for you. ...Read more
I have fructose malabsorption. I'm having a surgery which needs me on laxatives. Can I have magnesium citrate even though it contains saccharin?
Surgery: Saccharin is an artificial sweetner and as such use can use magnesium citrate without a problem. ...Read more
Drinking an energy shot, it contains high concentrations of caffeine, taurine, magnesium and L-Arginine, also I'm on antidepressants, is it safe?
Probably: Assuming the product is not contaminated and contains what it says, the tauriine, magnesium and L-arginine do not constitute a risk. A typical cup of coffee is 100-200 mg of caffeine; at some establishments it can go to 400 mg. That is your guide. But the concern is less the interaction with antidepressants, more is it ok for you and any medical condition you might have. ...Read more
I'm currently taking nitrofurantoin. It says not to take antacids with magnesium trisilicate. Can I take Tums (calcium carbonate) which contain magnesium stearate?
Hi I started to use super oxygen to relax and sleep it contains magnesium peroxide and vit c etc I feel great and sleep much better is it safe to use?
Safe but expensive: SuperOxygen: "Super Oxygen Drops is a stabilized liquid oxygen dietary supplement consisting of electrolytes, potassium chlorite, sodium bicarbonate, water" priced at 19.99 for 4 oz. Pricey for what it is. Consider just taking magnesium- but check with your MD as it can interfere with some medications. See: http://www. Webmd. Com/sleep-disorders/living-with-insomnia-11/natural-solutions ...Read more
Take prelief for IC and reflux which contains calcium glucerophosphate and magnesium stearate. Can the magnesium stearate elevate magnesium levels? Mine are already at slightly above normal range.
Watch & see if...: Your scenario deserves a watching with repeating testing in 3 months for confirmation do to correlate with your clinical profile under your doctor's review and guidance since the pill used should not have any significant effect on someone with reasonable functions of kidneys. To help understand how to live a long happy life, review list on Facts of Life-1, 2, &3 on HOME of www. Formefirst. Com. ...Read more
I am taking oxytetracycline twice a day, is it safe if I take protein shake which contains a lot of magnesium, zinc....Etc? Thank you
I want to take milk thistle supplement but I read it contains magnesium stearate which is used for the pills not to stick to the machines is this safe?
Do not take this: No proven evidence that milk thistle supplement will help any person's health but may produce symptomatic hypoglycemia. ...Read more
Magnesium blood level was 2.5. All other electrolytes normal & normal kidney functioning. Not on any supplements/meds containing mag. Is this bad?
Serum useless: A serum magnesium level is not very helpful. The body keeps serum magnesium under very tight control at the expense of tissue/bone levels. Check an rbc magnesium level instead to get a better picture of tissue levels. Ideal levels in the upper half of reference range. Most people are low. ...Read more
Can you get doxylamine in prescription form from a dr. That will not contain calcium? How does milk of magnesia (magnesium hydroxide) or senna pills help constipation?
Taking vitamins containing sodium, calcium, magnesium ascorbate, ascorbyl palmitate, rosehips can cause to miss menstrual cycle??? thank u
Can PVCS come and go? Would taking a multivitamin daily containing magnesium and potassium help? I've been assured they are benign by doctor
How much fibre should an adult male consume daily? What specific fruit and vegetables contain the most fibre?
Fruit, veggies, grains: If your goal is "high fiber" try for 25 grams or more a day (our ancestor cavemen probably consumed ; tolerated twice that). Water soluble fiber supplements minimize gassiness ; bloating that some experience w/ insoluble fibers. High fiber foods include uncooked vegetables, unpeeled fruits, ; whole grains (oatmeal, bran, etc.). Advantages include: cholesterol drop, an assist to weight loss, more. ...Read more
Varies markedly: Calories from fruits can vary considerably. On one end of the spectrum are tamarinds (239 calories/ 100 grams) & avocados (160 calories/ 100 grams). At the other end of the spectrum are fruits like rhubarb (21 calories) & starfruit (31 calories/ 100 grams). ...Read more
Is it true that smoothies made with pure fruit contain too much sugar, although natural, to actually be good for you?
Yes, sugar is bad: Drinking fruit smoothies, drinking fruit juice, and eating too much fruit, all lead to excessive sugar consumption. Natural sugar is just a bad for the body as "unnatural" sugar is, if the natural sugar has been separated from the plant fiber, or otherwise purified. The best thing to do is to eat very little sugar, and think of fruit as nature's candy or dessert. ...Read more
How long after finish h. pyloriantibiotics can I go back to eating dairy products even if they contain some sugar (ex. Yogurt), pasta & citrus fruits?
Bowel regimen: Long term your best solution to constipation (irritates rectum relates to piles) is to use fiber (from fruit, vegetables, or the pharmacy aka metamucil), increased fluid intake, stool softeners, and laxatives, to achieve 2 soft bowel movements per day, no straining. Okay to check in with your doc about piles/hemorrhoids. ...Read more
B12: B12 is mostly from meats; B12 can be gained from soy, tofu, nuts, beans, and fortified cereals. ...Read more
I would like to know the foods, vegetables, fruits, and fluid that contain fermentable carbohydrates.
Simple sugars: Short chains of sugar molecules, that are easy to break down. Once these sugars reach your large intestine, bacteria rapidly ferment them. So any simple sugar or processed sugars in your diet, containing syrup, fructose, table sugar etc. Most vegetables are low in sugar. The sugar in fruits is usually bound to fiber, and released slowly. Processed foods with added sugars are to be avoided. ...Read more