Magnesium Calculator

Let’s have some fun…

Calculate your daily needs for magnesium. This data was taken from the USDA as well as objective research sites, and is not intended as medical advice (as I am not a medical professional, but simply using available research). Please consult your doctor for more information. However, they may provide an idea for those over 18 years of age (calculator not applicable to children). Though diabetes and other health conditions may increase your need for magnesium, I have not included many of them. Enjoy…

So, just look at the right sidebar and use our calculator to determine your magnesium needs.

(Somebody kindly pointed out that Mg means megagram rather than milligram. Here, I hope everybody can understand I meant milligram. One megagram (which equals one tonne) is way too much magnesium for anyone. In fact, I would advise everyone against ingesting anywhere near one ton of anything – even water.)

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3 Responses to “Magnesium Calculator”

  1. Igor says:

    Thx for the info I wlll calculate 😀

  2. Lyn Rhinehart says:

    This info is quite a bit less than the 5 mg. per pound of body weight I have been told is the correct supplementation dose.

  3. Soys says:

    I went by the USDA, which is notoriously conservative in these things. 5mg per pound sounds like a quite lot to me, but I’m not qualified to give medical advice. This calculator was not meant to be a replacement for advice from a qualified medical professional. However, if your magnesium comes from food sources, the worst that will happen is that you may have to rush to the toilet if you get too much. As far as I know. With supplements, please get professional advice.

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