Nearly two-thirds of the magnesium the body needs is stored in the bones and a lack will negatively impact bone strength and density. This, in turn, makes the skeleton more prone to fractures and increases the risk of developing osteoporosis. People who are already in high-risk categories, such as post-menopausal women, need to be especially conscious of magnesium intake.
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