The Top Keto-Friendly Magnesium-Rich Foods

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. . Here are the top keto-friendly magnesium-rich foods.

0:10 How much magnesium do you need?
0:22 Foods high in magnesium that aren’t keto-friendly 
1:06 Keto-friendly magnesium-rich foods 

I’ve talked about magnesium and the benefits of magnesium in other videos, but now I want to cover which foods are high in magnesium and are also keto-friendly.

• Men need about 420mg of magnesium per day 
• Women need about 320mg of magnesium per day 

Magnesium-rich foods that aren’t keto-friendly:

• Fruit
• Grains 
• Potato
• Beans 
• Legumes 
• Tofu (if you’re vegan and doing keto, some organic tofu may be fine)

Keto-friendly magnesium-rich foods:

• Pumpkin seeds 
• Spinach 
• Almonds 
• Salmon 
• Chocolate 
• Avocado 
• Chard 
• Cashews 

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Dr. Berg, 56 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.

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22 thoughts on “The Top Keto-Friendly Magnesium-Rich Foods”

  1. I was looking up pumpkin seeds and on the nutritional label it doesn’t show magnesium. Why is that if you say they are high in magnesium?

  2. Is that assuming that the vegetables were grown in magnesium rich soil? Does that assume that the animals that people eat have been eating plants with sufficient magnesium?

  3. I got confused so, is spanich and chard not recommended ? Like diabetis perhaps

  4. Thanks for making the amounts more understandable. I appreciate it. Love your videos!

  5. Thank you! Do you lose magnesium when you cook these foods? It is my understanding that spinach and kale are better to be cooked, and especially foods high in lectins.

  6. Thank you for putting metric equivalents on the board. Makes it easier to understand.

  7. I make my own magnesium lotion. Not sure how much I am absorbing transdermally, but it calms me right down and helps me sleep.

  8. Your stats for magnesium are for people who don't exercise extremely on a daily basis. Very active people need more.

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