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60% of daily needs are deposited in the bones, 28% in organs and muscles, and the remaining 2% in body fluids. Sources of magnesium are cocoa, seeds and dried fruit, wheat germ, brewer's yeast, whole grains, legumes and leafy vegetables. It is also found, but in smaller amounts in meat, dairy and fruit. Its absorption takes place in the intestine and dietary elements that compete with their level of absorption are calcium, phosphorus, oxalate, fibers and some fatty acids (lipids). Princeton Nutrients VitaPulse Review |

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