Dr Oz: Magnesium Foods on Magnesium Grocery Shopping List for Energy

By on September 24, 2012

Dr Oz: Magnesium Shopping List

Dr Oz talked with viewers across the country, who said they are always running low on energy to get to the bottom of the #1 Reason You’re Exhausted. He discovered that 75% of Americans have a Magnesium Deficiency, and added that you can’t get the dosage you need from a multivitamin. So what foods should you be eating? Check out Dr Oz’s Magnesium Grocery List.

Dr Oz: Magnesium Must Have Grocery List for Energy Recharge

Dr Oz unveiled his Magnesium Must Have Grocery List of approved food sources to ensure you are eating five sources of Magnesium every day.

Julie, Ann, and Cathy all admitted that they’re not getting three balanced meals every day. Each of them had their own reasons for skipping meals, but Dr Oz said they needed to be getting more Magnesium.

Dr Oz: Magnesium Foods List

Here are some of the suggested Magnesium sources on Dr Oz’s Magnesium Must Have Grocery List. He said you need five servings each day.

  • 1/2 cup Spinach, boiled
  • 1/2 cup Quinoa
  • 1 cup Brown Rice
  • 1 cup Black Beans
  • 1 cup Kidney Beans
  • 1 cup Lentils
  • 1 cup Raisin Bran
  • 1 cup Shredded Wheat
  • 1 cup Oatmeal
  • 2 slices Whole Wheat Bread
  • 2 Bananas

“I want you each to pick the foods that you love the most,” Dr Oz advised. He said you have to spread your Magnesium sources out through the day. “You’ve got to spread it out across the day to do it right.”

Dr Oz: Magnesium Recharge for Energy Boost

He said you can eat the same few foods for your five servings, as long as you’re eating them at different times of day. Also, he wanted to make sure that you get something in your breakfast routine (like bananas or toast).

Dr Oz suggested trying this Magnesium grocery list for at least seven days to “rebuild your energy stores” and get your system back in shape. To help them get started, Dr Oz surprised the three women on today’s show with some special gifts.

Dr Oz: Magnesium-Rich Foods

For the road rage mom, Dr Oz had some pictures of his face, which he suggested clipping to the car visor as a reminder to eat your Magnesium. The anxious mom received a mobile featuring Dr Oz’s face for her baby’s nursery. Cathy got a pillow with Dr Oz’s face on it, which is pretty silly. This type of stunt is more like something Ellen would do!

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Comments to Dr Oz: Magnesium Foods on Magnesium Grocery Shopping List for Energy

  1. Dr. Oz is correct…most of us are magnesium deficient but taking a magnesium supplement like the powdered Natural Calm or using magnesium oil is an excellent way to get sufficient amounts of this important mineral. I have been taking it for years to normalize a heart arrhythmia and it has really been a miracle. This was on the advice of Dr. Stephen Sinatra.

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