Mandarin Mimosa Mocktail

Cheers to the weekend friends! I’m back on track with my good habits instead of allowing my gluttonous holiday self to make poor decisions.

In addition to eating a variety of healthy plant-based foods, drinking lots of water and getting enough rest, I am sticking with the magnesium regimen recommended by my chiropractor after my car accident in November. Magnesium has been a life saver for me in helping reduce pain and spasms in my neck and back, as well as giving me relief from the headaches. I notice that when I do not remember to take magnesium, I have bouts of restless leg syndrome and my quality of sleep is interrupted. You can read more about the health benefits of magnesium here.

I had purchased a bottle of magnesium from a local natural foods store but soon after received a sample of the Natural Vitality Natural Calm magnesium and I like it so much better!Unlike the first magnesium supplement I tried, the Natural Calm does not need to be mixed with hot water. I add 1 rounded teaspoon to an 8 oz glass of fresh-squeezed, chilled mandarin juice to make this refreshing drink. Natural Calm has a pleasant raspberry lemon flavor sweetened with organic stevia, so you can mix it with water if you’re not in the mood for  a frou frou juice drink.

This post is not intended as medical advice and you should consult your trusted doctor before taking any supplements. But, if you are suffering from symptoms of stress,anxiety,fatigue or musculoskeletal conditions you may want to find out if you’re magnesium deficient.

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