Top every day foods high in Magnesium

As part of our product reviews and ‘getting-to-know’ the Organic Buyers Group , we will introduce a new Product Category and a Product each day.

Today’s Product is Nasanta’s Magnesium Deodorant as shown here:

The BEST BEST Deodorant you will ever use – neutralises the acid bacteria that forms throughout the day.

Nasanta and Amazing Oils Magnesium products are beneficial as they provide us all, the much needed Magnesium we are lacking due to soil depletion over time and the introduction of overly processed foods.

Magnesium – relaxes aches, pains, tight muscles, headaches, encourages sleep amongst many other health benefits as listed in the previous post.

We can also replenish Magnesium in our diets with top superfoods such as:
1. Oat Bran
2. Black Styrian Pumpkin & Sunflower & Flax Seeds
3. Tahini – Black Tahini has the highest compared to white sesame
4. Nuts – Brazil, Almonds
5. Cacao Powder – Loving Earth’s Raw Cacao Powder is in our top 5 bestselling products, rich, pure and delicious!
6. Molasses – Blackstrap, unsulphured and organic – Melrose’s is the best value and super popular. 1 spoon in warm water in the morning is so soothing.

All these products can be found in store in several categories:
1. Cereals
2. Seeds
3. Butters Tahini
4. Nuts
5. Cacao
6. Sweeteners Molasses

OK…. that was 6 categories today! :)

Though Magnesium is such an important element to boost in our bodies, along with a good ratio of Calcium. Wholefoods have a good balance.

Enjoy browsing!



Amazing Oil’s Magnesium – health benefits

Sooth tired muscles, headaches and sleepless nights with Australian Organic Magnesium Chloride.

Nowhere else in the world is it possible to find the guaranteed purity of BFA Organic Certification.

After discovering what Dr Carolyn Dean calls the ‘Miracle of Magnesium’,  Amazing Oils set out to find the purest grade of Magnesium Chloride.

Click here for the Amazing Oils Organic Magnesium Oil products.

Listen to what Dr Carolyn Dean says about the benefits of Magnesium:


Health Benefits and Usage: Spray on the skin and gently massage.
– Basic Use for all symptoms as well as general health improvement is to spray under armpits and behind the knees.

– For Headaches/ Migraines: Rub into temples and back of the neck.

– Sore Muscles: Use topically. Rub in. Relief will only take a few minutes.

Insomnia/ Restless Legs: Basic protocol twice daily. Use on legs before sleep.

– Fibromyalgia/ Chronic Fatigue: Use twice daily plus topically for pain relief.

– Colds/ Flu/ Sore throat: At first signs basic use is spray twice in half-cup of water. Gargle and swallow.

– High Blood Pressure – as Basic Use and also spray onto chest twice daily and rub in.

– Asthmatic Conditions: Same as high blood pressure (above) and spray twice into half-cup water thrice daily.

Facial/ Skin Care: Basic Use as above plus use directly on skin.

– Also suitable for Asthma, Arthritis, Heart Health, Cognitive Function, Cramping, PMS, Menopause, Skin repair, Immune functioning, Skin Repair, Deodorant.

Ingredients: Certified Organic Magnesium Chloride.





Need a good night’s sleep?

We all need a good night’s sleep. Here’s the latest from Dr Camel Harrington, an Australian sleep scientist on what is really happening in our slumber hours, and how we can encourage a restful night’s sleep for an energetic day ahead – full of focus, alertness, good decision-making and even weight-loss.

Listen here to Dr Carmel Harrington’s chat with Margaret Throsby on ABC FM and introduction to her book ‘The Sleep Diet‘.

Some tips for a good night’s sleep from Dr Carmel Harrington’s ‘The Sleep Diet':

‘Prepare to sleep’ routine:

1. Turn off  your PC early – the PC and surrounding room is usually a very bright light source which can reduce the production of melatonin – your sleep hormone.

2. TVs in the bedroom – ‘an absolute no-no’ . TVs and the TV room is a more dimly lit light source compared to having a PC on, however the stimulation and habit of being awake at late hours to watch TV can reduce your melatonin and disrupt that night when you really want to sleep on time, instead of staying up late watching TV in bed.

Good – High tryptophan foods which help produce serotonin (our feel-good hormone) and melatonin (our sleep hormone).
– leafy green vegetables
– mushrooms
– nuts (hazelnuts, almonds).

Dairy such as milk and yoghurt are high in tryptophan however are calorie-dense carbohydrate foods which will have an adverse effect to a good night’s sleep.

Bad – foods high in tyrosine, tyramine or glutamate, that will wake us up, stimulating our awake hormones, resulting in a disturbed sleep, an overactive mind and sometimes nightmares:
– red meat
– processed meat (e.g. bacon, ham)
– cheese
– soy beans and soy products
– many types of spicy foods as they contain MSG (mono sodium glutamate)
– refined carbohydrates or high quantities of sugar
– alcohol.

Eat well, organic if possible, eat deliciously and enjoy a good night’s sleep.



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