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While doctors lag behind modern understanding, in 2017 cardiovascular researchers James J DiNicolantonio, James H O’Keefe, and William Wilson have updated the cardiac community with their research demonstrating, once again, the correlation between magnesium deficiency and heart disease.
Research Paper - Subclinical Mg Def & Heart
In the abstract of the paper, the research team makes these comments:
Because serum magnesium does not reflect intracellular magnesium, the latter making up more than 99% of total body magnesium, most cases of magnesium deficiency are undiagnosed. Furthermore, because of chronic diseases, medications decreases in food crop magnesium contents, and the availability of refined and processed foods, the vast majority of people in modern societies are at risk for magnesium deficiency. Certain individuals will need to supplement with magnesium in order to prevent suboptimal magnesium deficiency, especially if trying to obtain an optimal magnesium status to prevent chronic disease. Subclinical magnesium deficiency increases the risk of numerous types of cardiovascular disease, costs nations around the world an incalculable amount of health care costs and suffering, and should be a considered a public health crisis.
However compelling this research is, the sad fact is that your doctor is unlikely to tell you about magnesium supplementation for heart rhythm issues BUT Dr. Carolyn Dean will be happy to do it for them. With years of research and success behind her, Dr. Dean has proven to herself and many others than an effective regime of magnesium and mineral supplementation, along with amino acids like taurine, are a true game changer for individuals that struggle with A-Fib, PVC\'s and other heart rhythm issues.
Tonight on our internet based radio show, we\'ll be talking with Dr. Carolyn Dean about her protocol to ReMineralize Your Heart along with a wide range of health topics and safe solutions. You will love hearing the beneficial interactions with our callers and hosts alike including the body/mind connection, identifying the \'conflict\' in the \'conflict basis\' of disease and much more!!
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Recently, Dr. Dean has been joined by cardiovascular doctors and researchers around the world, citing the importance of magnesium supplementation as a strategy for improving the structure and function of the entire cardiovascular system. The summary of one finding states:
“Subclinical magnesium deficiency increases the risk of numerous types of cardiovascular disease, costs nations around the world an incalculable amount of healthcare costs and suffering, and should be considered a public health crisis. That an easy, cost-effective strategy exists to prevent and treat subclinical magnesium deficiency should provide an urgent call to action.”
Tonight on our internet based radio show we’ll be talking to Carolyn Dean MD ND about Magnesium and Cardiovascular Disease – An Urgent Call to Action in addition to a wide range of health topics and safe solutions. You will love hearing the beneficial interactions with our callers and hosts alike including the body/mind connection, identifying the \\\'conflict\\\' in the \\\'conflict basis\\\' of disease and much more!!
SO...be sure join us this evening for another wonderful, information-packed broadcast. If you yourself are unable to make the show, you have the option to email me [Ginney] and have your question or comment included in our MailBag Segment that is featured in Hour Two. Remember, the valuable information, suggestions, and insights about your health choices can always be discussed with your doctor, should you choose to do so.
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In 2011 the University of Adelaide Press published a comprehensive study titled Magnesium and the Central Nervous System. In it the editors provided comprehensive documentation about the role of magnesium in a normal brain, in neurological diseases such as learning and memory, headache and migraine, pain, cerebral ischemia, clinical stroke, and Parkinson’s as well as magnesium in psychiatric diseases such as Alzheimer’s, stress, neuroses, autism, depression and addiction.
You can download a copy of the book here.
The good news is in most every case these symptoms can is improved or prevented with the appropriate magnesium therapy such as our very own ReMag Magnesium Solution, a 60,000 ppm concentration of 99.99% pure elemental magnesium designed to slip right into the mineral channels of your cells and saturate your entire body with magnesium delight!
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The Vitamin D Council goes even further in expressing their concerns for
ADEQUATE magnesium supplementationThe Vitamin D Council believes that the daily amounts of magnesium recommended by the Food and Nutrition Board aren’t enough to keep
your body healthy; and that both men and women may need more than is
recommended. Some research studies show that your body needs between 500
and 700 mg a day.
It’s not just the Vitamin D Council that is educating the public about
the necessity of magnesium supplementation with Vitamin D. Recently, the
American Osteopathic Association released their findings reporting that
magnesium deficiency is preventing people from utilizing Vitamin D.
Vitamin D can\\\\\\\'t be metabolized without sufficient magnesium levels,
meaning Vitamin D remains stored and inactive for as many as 50 percent of
Americans. In addition, Vitamin D supplements can increase a person\\\\\\\'s calcium
and phosphate levels even while they remain Vitamin D deficient. People may
suffer from vascular calcification if their magnesium levels aren\\\\\\\'t high enough
to prevent the complication.
The co-author of the study says that “People are taking Vitamin D
supplements but don’t realize how it gets metabolized. Without magnesium,
Vitamin D is not really useful or safe.”
Internationally respected magnesium expert Dr. Carolyn Dean has been
educating the public on the important role of magnesium and Vitamin D for
twenty years and, even more specifically, demonstrating through research and
medical reference what happens when magnesium deficiency symptoms are induced
as Vitamin D uses up magnesium in its conversion to its active form in the
bloodstream from supplements and sunlight.
As more and more doctors, practitioners and medical professionals
incorporate Vitamin D into their treatment plans they will also have to include
magnesium as well! And, just in case that part of the equation has
escaped their attention it doesn’t have to escape yours.
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When the adrenal glands are overstimulated for a long period of time, they begin to weaken. Typical causes of Adrenal Fatigue include long term stress, diet or even prolonged use of antibiotics or pharmaceuticals. Eventually, the adrenals weaken so much that they are unable to respond adequately when we need them. Fortunately, the good news is that Adrenal Fatigue can be corrected with some basic minerals and a change in diet. Tonight, Dr. Carolyn Dean outlines her protocol for adrenal fatigue and thyroid insufficiency as well ask taking questions from our callers.
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WOW – you might wonder, what is magnesium doing in all those places in the body? Well, it turns out that magnesium is not only producing necessary enzymes and working in the mitochondria to make ATP but magnesium is also magnesium is necessary for protein synthesis at the ribosomal level. The ribosomes are the cellular organelles where proteins are synthesized. Magnesium \\\"activates\\\" the amino acids involved and allows the mRNA to attach to the ribosomes. Magnesium is also found in the nucleus of the cell and is essential for the stability of the nucleic acids RNA and DNA. If DNA and RNA structure do not remain stable you may have mutations in the codes and produce incorrect peptides are none at all during protein synthesis. Energy for the production of proteins must come from ATP as well. Without magnesium available in many areas of the cell, protein synthesis cannot occur.
Getting perfect, pure magnesium and perfect whole protein together is magical for our bodies in many ways. Tonight on our internet based radio show, we\\\'ll be talking with Dr. Carolyn Dean about how The Magnesium AND Protein Miracle along with a wide range of health topics and safe solutions for vitality and well-being. You will love hearing the beneficial interactions with our callers and hosts alike including the body/mind connection, identifying the \\\'conflict\\\' in the \\\'conflict basis\\\' of disease and much more!!
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Another scenario plays out in the kidneys and bladder. If there is too much calcium in the kidneys and not enough magnesium to dissolve it, you can develop kidney stones. Calcium deposited throughout the bladder can make it rigid, lower its capacity, and lead to frequent urination and leaking. A 2015 study confirms magnesium’s role in dissolving calcium crystals in artery calcification. This study focused on aortic valve calcification at a time when there has been a huge increase in heart valve problems.
Kidney artery calcification is common in chronic kidney disease but it’s been neglected because it can’t be treated with stents or artery bypass as is done in coronary artery and carotid artery calcification. Drug therapy is all that’s left, but drugs are not used to treat kidney disease, drugs are given to prevent the diseases that are commonly associated with kidney disease: antihypertensives, blood thinners, and statins. Ignored is the fact that magnesium can dissolve calcification and potentially cure the problem, whereas statins and blood pressure drugs just make the calcification worse because they drain magnesium from the body. On tonight\'s show we talk about these and many other dynamics related to health, vitality, well-being and The Completement Formulas!
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RLS is said to be a sleep and a neurological sensory disorder, which tells me nothing about its cause. In fact, medicine has no idea what causes RLS or how to treat it. This latest study just makes people with RLS more anxious because they have been told there is no cure for RLS and now they are told it increases their risk of heart disease.
RLS symptoms occur at rest, lying, or sitting and include creeping, crawling, tingling, pulling, twitching, tearing, aching, throbbing, prickling, or grabbing sensations in the calves. The result is an uncontrollable urge to relieve the uncomfortable sensation by moving the legs.
Some research shows that people with RLS may suffer from iron deficiency. However, Professor Nordlander who came up with this theory admits that only about 15% of the RLS clinical population appears to have peripheral iron deficiency (serum ferritin < 50 mcg/l). Yet, 20-50mcg/l is said to be the optimal level for ferritin and indicates you don’t have iron overload and taking iron could increase iron toxicity in the body.
Professor Nordlander won’t drop his theory and says there can exist an iron deficiency in the tissues in spite of normal serum iron. At his insistence, researchers are investigating low iron levels in the brain! Unfortunately, you can cause more problems by taking unnecessary iron. People do have to be careful of self-medicating with iron. Investigators are also looking at dopamine because drugs that stimulate dopamine production may help the symptoms of RLS. And, of course, they are investigating the role genes play in RLS.
Nowhere in mainstream literature do I see magnesium being studied in the diagnosis and treatment of RLS. Yet, every day we hear stories of people who take ReMag and say their RLS symptoms disappear – which means they were suffering from magnesium deficiency. It just makes sense to investigate magnesium deficiency as a cause of RLS before taking iron or dopamine drugs or just giving up and blaming your genes.
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Simple to Use – ReMag is a wonderfully effective solution for people who occasionally need help or relief from anxiety and stress. Magnesium is easy to purchase, causes no side effects, has no addiction risk, and can be moderated simply and effectively.
Withdrawal Free – Magnesium is simply side-effect free. That’s a huge advantage compared to modern prescription medications like benzodiazepines, which have a severe withdrawal risk.
Maintain Control – ReMag does not cause any personality changes like alcohol and prescription drugs do. It doesn\\\'t overwhelm your mind and cause severe fatigue or cause you to feel no anxiety at times when experiencing stress is appropriate. You’ll still be you as you use magnesium and able to function fully, enjoy your life and feel good about your healthy choices!
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In women who have not yet reached menopause, estrogen rises before the period, causing a shift of blood magnesium into bone and muscle. As a result, magnesium levels in the brain are lowered.
When magnesium is low, it is unable to do its job to counteract the clotting action of calcium in the blood. Tiny blood clots are said to clog up brain blood vessels, leading to migraines. Several other substances that help create blood clots are increased when magnesium is too low.
Similarly, magnesium inhibits excess platelet aggregation, preventing the formation of tiny clots that can block blood vessels and cause pain.
Low brain magnesium promotes neurotransmitter hyperactivity and nerve excitation that can lead to headaches.
Several conditions that trigger migraines are also associated with magnesium deficiency, including pregnancy, alcohol intake, diuretic drugs, stress, and menstruation.
Magnesium relaxes blood vessels and allows them to dilate, reducing the spasms and constrictions that can cause migraines.
Magnesium regulates the action of brain neurotransmitters and inflammatory substances, which may play a role in migraines when unbalanced.
Magnesium relaxes muscles and prevents the buildup of lactic acid, which, along with muscle tension, can worsen head pain.
A group of 3,000 patients given a low dose of 200 mg of magnesium daily had an 80 percent reduction in their migraine symptoms. This 2001 study did not have a control group, so the results could be questioned, but it aroused a great deal of excitement and triggered a flurry of research on magnesium and migraines. Much of that research was done by Dr. Alexander Mauskop, director of the New York Headache Center, working with Drs. Bella and Burton Altura, who have been studying migraines and migraine treatments for many years. This research team consistently found that magnesium is deficient in people with migraines and many other types of headaches and, even more important, that supplementing with magnesium alleviated headaches.
Another research team, using 300 mg of magnesium twice a day, treated eighty-one patients who suffered ongoing migraine headaches. The frequency of migraines was reduced by 41.6 percent in the magnesium group but by only 15.8 percent in a control group that received a placebo. The number of migraine days and drug consumption for pain also decreased significantly in the magnesium group. The researchers concluded that high-dose oral magnesium appears to be effective in migraine treatment and prevention.
In 2012, Dr. Mauskop had sufficient clinical success and had published enough about treating migraine with magnesium to title his paper “Why All Migraine Patients Should Be Treated with Magnesium.” Dr. Mauskop enthused that “all migraine sufferers should receive a therapeutic trial of magnesium supplementation.” As he explains, “A multitude of studies have proven the presence of magnesium deficiency in migraine patients.” Double-blind, placebo-controlled trials have produced mixed results, but, as Dr. Mauskop writes, this is “most likely because both magnesium deficient and non-deficient patients were included in these trials.
Unlike other research papers that hem and haw when it comes to conclusions, Dr. Mauskop’s paper makes a declarative statement: “Considering that up to 50% of patients with migraines could potentially benefit from this extremely safe and very inexpensive treatment, it should be recommended to all migraine patients.”
Tonight on our internet based radio show, we\'ll be talking with Dr. Carolyn Dean about Magnesium and Migraine Mechanisms along with a wide range of health topics and safe solutions. You will love hearing the beneficial interactions with our callers and hosts alike including the body/mind connection, identifying the \'conflict\' in the \'conflict basis\' of disease and much more!!