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mgMilligram
MGMyasthenia Gravis
MGMorris Garages (UK sports car manufacturer)
MGMachine Gun
MGManager
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MGMinas Gerais (Brazil)
MGMetal Gear (game)
MGManagement Group
MGMedical Group
MGMajor General
MGMardi Gras
MGMorning Glory
MGMadagascar (ISO country code, top level domain)
MGMongolia
MGMaster Gardener
MGMedia Gateway (packet based telephony; between PSTN and packet network)
mgMicrogram
MGMel Gibson (actor/producer)
MGMixed Grain (lumber industry)
MGMarvin Gaye (singer)
MGMake-Good
MGMahatma Gandhi
MGMagic Gate (Sony memory card DRM)
MGMiddle Ground (sprite comic website)
MGMean Girls (film)
MGMini-Golf
MGMaschinengewehr (German: Machine Gun)
MGMotor-Generator
MGMatch Game
MGMini-Game (gaming)
MGMilitary Government
MGMachine Gunner
MGMain Gauche (accordion, left hand side)
MGMatt Groening
MGMilligauss
MGMiniature Golf
MGMilli Gazette (Indian newspaper)
MgMegagram (metric tonne)
MGMonitoring Group (supervisory body)
MGMarine Group
MGMonster Garage (Discovery Channel)
MGMetal Gate (semiconductors)
MGMolecular Geometry (chemistry)
MGMini-Gun (light machine gun)
MGManaging Gigabytes
MGMagic Gladiator (gaming)
MGMaximum Gain (antennas)
MGMongolian Grill (restaurant)
MGMetallgesellschaft (Frankfurt, Germany)
MGMaster Gunner (UK Military)
MGMachine-Glazed
MGMissile Guidance (radar)
MGMetre-Gauge (railway)
MGMinimum Guarantee
MGMain Generator
MGMessage Generator
MGMultinational Group
MGMauser Gewehr (WWII German infantry)
MGMulti-Grid (algorithm)
MGMoongate (online game, now Materia Magica)
MGMedal for Gallantry (Australian Defence Force)
MGMenin Gate
mGMiles Gloriosus (gaming clan)
MGMinority Game (financial markets model)
MGMaxwell-Garnett (formula)
MGMarine Gunner
MGMessage Gateway
MGMastergroup
MGMario Guide (website)
MGMongomery Gentry (band)
MGMeibion Glyndwr (Welsh)
MGMorewood Gardens (Carnegie Mellon University)
MGMega Geek
MGMirovna Grupa
MGMean Grayness
MGMissing Grade (various schools)
MGMinister of the Gospel
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CHOCOLATE CRAVINGS WHEN our bodies crave foods, it's often because they're telling us that we're lacking in a certain nutrient, and dark chocolate is a brilliant source of magnesium.
results of this study indicate that a significant number of patients with serum magnesium abnormalities are clinically unrecognized and demonstrate the efficacy of routine serum magnesium measurements.
The current recommendation for women age 50 or older is to consume at least 320 milligrams (mg) of magnesium daily.
Conclusion: Low level of maternal serum magnesium is associated with poor pregnancy outcomes, including preterm labor and low birth weight.
The paper begins with an observation of how often potassium and magnesium deficiencies are found concurrently: "Patients with congestive heart failure .
So it may be prudent in clinical practice to periodically monitor plasma magnesium and HbA1c in type -II diabetes mellitus patients.
If you have type-2 diabetes, there's a good chance your magnesium levels aren't what they should be.
To make sure your magnesium levels are ok you could ask your doctor to do a magnesium test that I describe at the bottom of the page.
com tested popular magnesium supplements to determine whether they contained the amount of magnesium and/or other key ingredients claimed on the label, were not contaminated with heavy metals, and, if in tablet form, were able to properly break apart.
Magnesium Elektron has led an intensive eight-year effort to get to this point with the objective of making modern lightweight magnesium alloys available to aircraft seat designers and manufacturers.
Along with helping your heart function properly, magnesium is necessary for muscle and nerve function, bone strength, a healthy immune system and for making protein.
What's more, relatively recent research now shows just how antagonistic potassium is to magnesium - so much so that we now know that cows need an extra 18g per day of magnesium for every 1% potassium in forage over and above a base level of 1%.