You might be 2 times as likely to die as other people with a magnesium deficiency in an often overlook but extremely critical mineral, according to a study published in The Journal of Intensive Care Medicine.
Magnesium deficiency also accounts for a long list of symptoms and diseases — which are easily helped and often cured by adding this nutrient.
Magnesium is critical for over 300 enzyme reactions. It is often used in medicine - but many medical professionals don't know why or use it before an emergency. Magnesium is one of the 4 electrolytes that include sodium, potassium and calcium.
Magnesium deficiency is linked to inflammation (elevated levels of C-reactive Protein), autism, PMS, cramps, early labor, high blood pressure, asthma, insomnia, anxiety, headaches, constipation, angina, chronic fatigue, osteoporosis, and so much more including weight gain and obesity. Basically if you have a health concern, you might want to look at supplementing magnesium.
You can find a natural source of magnesium in a whole state in Red Raspberry Leaf. It is the best whole and natural source. And it has long been a remedy for men and women for puberty, male/female menopause, PMS, cramps and pregnancy.
We carry a new Liposomal delivery system of magnesium that many find very beneficial - especially for those with digestive issues (most Americans).
And you can use magnesium topically. You can make your own, or come get ours.
Try soaking more often in a bath of Epsom salts.
Magnesium is often overlooked.
Many are deficient because our need is much greater.
Most people do not eat enough of the foods high in magnesium. Food sources are: High magnesium foods include dark leafy greens, raw nuts and seeds, wild fish, beans, whole grains (not whole grain commercial bread and pastas - it isn't there despite the label - you need actual real whole grains like your grandparents used to eat), brown rice, avocados, real raw yogurt (not commercial), bananas, dried fruit, and dark chocolate which is why many women and men crave chocolate (again not the junky cheap chocolate with sugar, real healthy and good for you dark chocolate).
And many people are deficient because of the poor conditions of our guts or our digestive systems. Minerals like magnesium require a low pH to be absorbed. Your stomach is normally a low pH to properly digest food. American's are confused by this and think that acid reflux is the result of TOO MUCH ACID. Nothing could be further from the truth. So in turn many are popping acid neutralizers from over the counter source and prescriptions. If your a bit confused on your digestive system, check this article out and I'll explain it better. Here are some alternatives for acid reflux. So many people are neutralizing stomach acid and are unable to absorb and utilize what little magnesium they eat and the magnesium they supplement with.
Due to poor absorption of magnesium because of the digestive system, DesBio answered that with their Liposomal delivery of Magnesium, it bypasses the digestive system and gets the magnesium to the cells.
Many drugs can cause a magnesium deficiency as well.
Drinking alcohol, diabetes both type 1 and type 2, any gastrointestinal problems including Crohn's and IBS, and excessive sweating cause you to lose magnesium at a higher rate.
In addition you need adequate levels of Vitamin D, the sunshine vitamin. And many people are deficient in this nutrient. You also need Vitamin K1 and K2. K1 is found in dark green leafy vegetables and K2 is normally made in your healthy gut. Problem is, most people don't have a healthy gut due to antibiotics both prescribed and in our food supply. So you need to supplement with ideally naturally fermented foods and good probiotics.
So are you feeling a bit overwhelmed right about now? Don't worry. We are here to help. It isn't as simple as taking a supplement. In fact, taking a ton of supplements is what is wrong with the natural health care field, every one just wants to throw pills at you. And unfortunately there are not magic pills. But as 'Once Upon a Time' fans know, magic comes with a price. You can take your magic pill, and you will pay a price whether that pill is a Rx formula prescribed by your doctor or another pill promising results, you will pay a price.
The real solution..... it is what we teach and live. Our Seven Simple Steps to Wellness. You just need to join us, follow us, and learn from us. We will help you Get Real help and healing and get on the path to real health, not just a magic pill. This is why buying a bunch of supplements of random websites can cost you a lot of extra money and may even compromise your health. Support your naturopaths and healers, they are the ones that have acquired useful information through years of study and research and can help you.
So what can you do if you suspect you are low in magnesium? And more than 50% of the population is.
- Drink more water. Lack of water actually makes it harder for your stomach to get a low enough pH to digest your food.
- Eat right and severely limit your junk food, sodas, coffee and alcohol. Eat a balanced whole food diet with plenty of leafy greens, fruits, vegetables, good fats, and the right amount of protein.
- Get your sunshine to increase vitamin D levels.
- Include easily made naturally fermented foods like kefir, kombucha, real pickles (not commercial store bought), and home made yogurt.
- Supplement with Liposomal Magnesium while fixing your digestive system. Call us or come into the store for information.
- Supplement with good sources of magnesium like red raspberry leaf.
- Take a regular bath in Espsom salts. And who couldn't use more time in the bath? Right.
- Talk to us and we'll help you on the path to real health and wellness.
If you suffer with a chronic illness, have unexplained illness or are even dealing with depression and anxiety; talk to health expert that might know about magnesium. It is a simple fix and has helped thousands.
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Please note, we are not diagnosing or prescribing. Please consult with your doctor.