from 176mg/day to 423mg/day mg/day
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||P.154 right column 2nd paragraph: "A diet of fruits and vegetables that
increased magnesium intake from 176 mg/day to 423 mg/day (along with an increase in potassium) signiﬁcantly lowered blood pressure [primary source]."