En review studie fra 2012 som inneholder det meste om Magnesium, spesielt rettet mot betennelser i hjerte/kar og nervesystemet.
Magnesium L-lactate and L-aspartate are the oral magnesium compounds that have the greatest bioavailability, are the most water-soluble and have the greatest serum and plasma concentrations .
After a mean follow-up of 9.8 years and adjusting for confounders, the authors concluded that women in the highest quintile (an intake of 400 mg/day of magnesium) had a decreased HTN (hypertension) risk (p < 0.0001) versus those in the lowest quintile (approx. 200 mg/day of magnesium) .
Because of magnesium’s anti-inflammatory, statin-like and anti-mineralizing effects, a role for it is emerging in cardiovascular and neurological medicine.
The potential impact of magnesium in cardiovascular and neurological health, the abundance and low cost of the supplement, the relatively low side effect profile and the paucity of information in the literature about this common mineral suggest that more studies should be conducted to determine its safety and efficacy. The majority of human trials with magnesium thus far have not been interventional, but based on food questionnaires which may not be accurate and are subject to a recall bias. Further work is also needed to determine the mechanism of action by which magnesium modulates the mineralization and inflammation of the cardiovascular and nervous systems.