New Study Finds Magnesium May Reduce Chances of Diabetes, Retailer Reports

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Royal River Natural Foods reports on study, along with other nutritional topics, in March publication.

Royal River Natural Foods, a locally-owned independent natural health store in Freeport, Maine, reports a new study of 31,876 people that found men and women who got the most magnesium were 22 percent less likely to develop metabolic syndrome, which doctors believe may be clinically the same as pre-diabetes.

The report is part of the March 2016 issue of Natural Insights for Well Being®, which Royal River Natural Foods publishes free each month to inform the Freeport community of new scientific discoveries in nutrition. Also in the March issue, a new study found women who got the most omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil were up to 50 percent less likely to develop breast cancer compared to women who got less omega-3s, among other important findings.

“Taking the right supplements may help men and women reduce chances for developing chronic and acute health problems,” said Becky Foster, supplement manager. “New findings this month include studies from scientific journals such as ‘Nutrition Journal,’ the ‘Breast Cancer Research,’ and ‘Journal of Diabetes and Metabolic Disorders,’ among others.”

About the company:
Founded in 1994, Royal River Natural Foods is a unique community, natural food store. They are committed to well-being, body and soul. Experience their outstanding customer service in a warm and welcoming environment. Royal River Natural Foods proudly features local organic food, produce, locally-raised beef, chicken, lamb, pork and seafood, healthy takeout foods, bulk foods, snacks, special dietary products, specialty wines, micro-brewed beers, gourmet food made in Maine, unique gifts, eco-friendly products and much more. Royal River Natural Foods is committed to providing local, organic and sustainably-produced foods that enrich their customers’ lives. For more information about Royal River Natural Foods, visit their website at

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