Characteristics of nutrients

  • About 57% are bones and 40% are in organs and muscles
  • 3% exists in extracellular fluid and blood
  • Accounting for about 0.1% of total body weight
  • A ratio of 2 to 3 of calcium is ideal for magnesium 1
  • Middle-aged and elderly people tend to be deficient as their absorbency from food falls
  • Large amounts of magnesium emissions increase with alcohol intake


Function of nutrients

  • Nutrients to help the function of enzymes
  • Nutrients indispensable for maintaining health
  • Protein synthesis and energy metabolism, muscle contraction
  • Work on blood pressure adjustment, body temperature adjustment, blood glucose level adjustment, etc.
  • Maintenance of cardiac function (blood pressure etc.)
  • Control of neurotransmission



When nutrients are deficient

  • Become tired easily
  • Concentration lack, chronic fatigue, depression, anorexia, cardiovascular disease
  • Diarrhea
  • Hypocalcemia
  • Muscle cramps
  • osteoporosis



When nutrients overdose

  • Do not worry about overdose with normal diet
  • Nausea and thirst, diarrhea


Foods rich in nutrients

  • Hijiki
  • Egg
  • almond
  • Clams
  • soy



  • Magnesium is necessary to preserve bone health
  • Magnesium is distributed in all cells
  • The Japanese is short of magnesium
  • Magnesium is discharged in the urine by stress and becomes deficient
  • Ingest 1: 2 ratio of magnesium and calcium
  • Magnesium often works with vitamin B6
  • Be careful with overdose in supplements



Nutrient list
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EnergyPantothenic acid
Saturated fatty acids n-3 fatty acids
Dietary fiber n-6 fatty acids
Vitamin ACalcium
Vitamin DMagnesium
Vitamin ERin
Vitamin KZinc
Vitamin B1Copper
Vitamin B2Manganese
Vitamin B6Lodine
Vitamin B12Selenium
Vitamin CChromium
Folic acidiron