FIVE STRIKES AGAINST STROKES:
GET ENOUGH MAGNESIUM.
A Swedish analysis in the American Journal of
Clinical Nutrition found that for every 100-
milligram daily increase in dietary magnesium,
there was a 9 percent drop in the stroke risk.
(The recommended daily intake is 320 milligrams
for women, 420 for men, which most people fall
short of.) Many studies have linked dietary
magnesium to lower blood pressure and reduced
cardiovascular risk, but those using supplements have had inconsistent results. The best sources are
leafy greens, whole grains, nuts, beans, seeds and fish. – July 2012, University of California
Berkeley Wellness News Letter
So get your whole grains and your whole seeds in a delicious, toasted and
crispy way with Dr. Kracker.