The biochemical importance of magnesium has been already well-described. Many here are familiar with the difficulties of getting sufficient magnesium from natural sources (i.e. not supplements). That of course makes me wonder how it is that our ancestors ever got "enough" magnesium. Some have mentioned that water sources historically had more magnesium. But given just how little magnesium there is in rivers (4 ppm), this seems hard to imagine.
Is there any evidence of hunter-gatherers today consuming 350-400mg or more per day? If so, what are their sources? (Bonus points if you can find evidence that our ancestors consumed at least that much.)