Hemoglobin’s Oxygen Carrying Capacity Magnesium

Magnesium serves hundreds of important functions in the body and one of them has to do with the efficiency of red blood cells and their capacity to carry oxygen. Researchers have investigated the effect of dietary magnesium (Mg) deficiency on the nutritive utilization and tissue distribution of iron (Fe). Magnesium deficient diet leads to significant … Continue reading Hemoglobin’s Oxygen Carrying Capacity Magnesium

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Magnesium Deficiency: Top Solutions, Causes, & Signs

Source: Magnesium Deficiency: Top Solutions, Causes, & Signs by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM  Most health-conscious people have heard of magnesium (Mg), but many of them don't know a whole lot about it. Compared to other vitamins and minerals, it tends to fly under the radar. But, it's a vital nutrient that's essential for good … Continue reading Magnesium Deficiency: Top Solutions, Causes, & Signs

Magnesium and Cell Survival (Glutathione)

Magnesium in general is essential for the survival of our cells but takes on further importance in the age of toxicity where our bodies are being bombarded on a daily basis with heavy metals. Glutathione requires magnesium for its synthesis.[1] Glutathione synthetase requires ?-glutamyl cysteine, glycine, ATP, and magnesium ions to form glutathione.[2] In magnesium deficiency, the … Continue reading Magnesium and Cell Survival (Glutathione)

Combining Oral with Transdermal Magnesium

One of the most luxurious medical treatments on earth is to receive magnesium massages on a consistent basis. Having at least an ounce of what is called magnesium oil rubbed all over ones body by either a trained or even untrained massage therapist is simply heavenly. One can also do this oneself meaning cover ones … Continue reading Combining Oral with Transdermal Magnesium

Uses of Magnesium Oil

Magnesium supplementation is actually crucial for everyone today but we have to pay special attention to the method of supplementation because this is critical in terms of effective body utilization. “Magnesium is poorly absorbed orally. That is why I start off with injections. By injecting magnesium I can guarantee 100% to bring the levels up. I cannot guarantee … Continue reading Uses of Magnesium Oil

Important Magnesium Information

Magnesium is important for doctors to be familiar with for reasons almost too numerous to mention in anything short of a book. Magnesium is almost as basic as air and water for healthy living. For those who are ill and magnesium deficient taking magnesium is almost like taking a breath, when one is out of air. The body responds … Continue reading Important Magnesium Information

Magic Minerals for Health and Medicine

This essay is not about MMS (Magical Mineral Supplement), which I have written about before. MMS is not something that ever attracted me; certainly, it is hard to stand its smell. What this article is about are the real magic minerals, which together bring about the miracle of life. Plants often know better than people … Continue reading Magic Minerals for Health and Medicine

Water: Dehydration

Water is one of the most important nutrients for children. All functions within the body require the presence of water. A well hydrated body enables these functions to occur quickly and efficiently. Dehydration happens when a person loses more fluids than he or she takes in. Human bodies are made up largely of water, so … Continue reading Water: Dehydration

Reversing Insulin Resistance – The Insulin Magnesium Story

Magnesium is necessary for both the action of insulin and the manufacture of insulin. Reversing insulin resistance is the most basic first step to reversing diabetes and heart disease. Magnesium is a basic building block to life and is present in ionic form throughout the full landscape of human physiology. Without insulin though, magnesium doesn’t get transported … Continue reading Reversing Insulin Resistance – The Insulin Magnesium Story

Treat the Inflammation not the Cholesterol

Dr. Dwight Lundell, former Chief of Staff and Chief of Surgery at Banner Heart Hospital in Arizona told the world not to take statin drugs.  “We physicians with all our training, knowledge and authority often acquire a rather large ego that tends to make it difficult to admit we are wrong. So, here it is. … Continue reading Treat the Inflammation not the Cholesterol