Abstract A method of determining oxidation types by means of hair tissue mineral ratios was evaluated by reviewing 55 patient files. Correlations were assessed between tissue calcium/potassium, sodium/magnesium, and sodium/potassium ratios, and nine signs and symptoms of oxidation type. Hair mineral ratios were found to be good predictors of signs and symptoms of oxidation type. Introduction … Continue reading DETERMINATION OF OXIDATION TYPE BY MEANS OF TISSUE ELECTROLYTE RATIOS
Source: Epsom Salt: 10 Benefits for the Bath and Other Uses by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM Epsom salt is a potent mineral compound comprised of magnesium and sulfate. It is widely used to relieve many minor health issues. Soaking in a bath with Epsom salt can relieve achy feet and soothe sore … Continue reading Epsom Salt: 10 Benefits for the Bath and Other Uses
When considering the crucial role that calcium plays within the body, it is no wonder that a deficiency of this mineral can lead to a whole series of problems – many of which can not only heavily impact your way of life but actually threaten your life under the most significant circumstances. As you may be … Continue reading Two Types of Calcium Deficiency
The name “magnesium” stems from the Greek word Magnesia, so named as a reference to the geographic region where the substance was first discovered. This is where the term “milk of Magnesia” comes from, but this substance is actually magnesium hydroxide which is a type of saline laxative. Elemental magnesium, on the other hand, is … Continue reading Magnesium
A quiet and unassuming mineral, magnesium — one of the least talked about nutrients — holds vital importance for human health. A catalyst in the bod, over 300 enzymatic reactions rely on magnesium to happen. Magnesium can relax the muscles and some claim it helps with symptoms associated with restless leg syndrome. Orotate, a type of magnesium … Continue reading What Is Magnesium Orotate?
Magnesium is one of the most abundant minerals in the human body and 50% of magnesium is located in the bones. Magnesium, similar to zinc, is a necessary cofactor for over 300 biochemical reactions in the human body. This includes everyday processes, such as muscle building, maintaining nerve function, keeping a healthy heartbeat and sustaining … Continue reading 9 Common Types of Magnesium Explained
At some point in your life, you have probably experienced uncomfortable bloating and constipation, both of which can be quite debilitating at times. Constipation is merely a symptom with an underlying issue. By approaching the root cause, it is very possible to relieve the constipation, even before it starts. When constipation happens, you can save a little time and … Continue reading 10 Natural Remedies for Constipation