Magnesium Deficiency

What Doctors Are Saying:

> “It is shocking, frankly, how little people know, how little doctors know, about this vital mineral (magnesium).” – Dr. Jay S. Cohen, MD, author of “The Magnesium Solution for High Blood Pressure”

> “Without enough magnesium, cells simply don’t work.” – Dr. Lawrence Resnick, MD, Cornell University

> “Most modern heart disease is caused by magnesium deficiency. A vast and convincing body of research, largely ignored, has convinced us and many colleagues of this fact.” – Dr. Mildred S. Seelig, MD, MPH, author of “The Magnesium Factor”

> “Studies have shown that 90 percent of individuals with type II diabetes have low levels of free intracellular red blood cell magnesium.” – Dr. Zachary T. Bloomgarden, MD, Endocrinologist

> “The more I learn about magnesium, the more convinced I am that doctors are missing a huge opportunity by not making it one of their drugs of choice.” – Dr. Carolyn Dean, MD, author of “The Magnesium Miracle”

> “Magnesium is the most important mineral to man and all living things.” – Dr. Jerry Aikawa, The University of Colorado

> “Research has overwhelmingly demonstrated the critical relationship between low levels of magnesium and cardiovascular disease. So many hypertensive (high blood pressure) patients could benefit from increased intake of this mineral.” – Dr. Julian Whitaker, MD, one of America’s best known doctors of integrative medicine

> “If magnesium is deficient, bones are more fragile.” – Bones researcher Katherine Tucker, PhD, Tufts University

> “Magnesium has solved more ‘incurable’ and ‘mysterious symptoms’ than any other mineral I have observed in 31 years.” – Dr. Sherry Rogers, MD, author of “Depression: Cured At Last”

> “Magnesium depletion may represent the most frequently unrecognized electrolyte abnormality in clinical practice today. There appears to be as much as an 85 to 95 percent shortfall in the clinical recognition of abnormal serum (blood) magnesium in cellular function, both in health and disease, remain largely unknown to medical clinicians.” – Dr. Robert Whang, MD

> “A link between magnesium, diabetes and hypertension seems established beyond a reasonable doubt.” – Dr. Lawrence Resnick, MD, Cornell University

> “Magnesium deficiency is one of the most common nutritional problems in the industrialized world today. This deficiency is the result of agricultural practices, food preparation techniques, and dietary trends. The health implications are nothing short of catastrophic.” – Dr. Mark Sircus, Ac, OMD, author of “Transdermal Magnesium Therapy”

> “For millions of Americans, correcting magnesium deficiency could be one of the most important steps on the road back to health.” – Dr. Alan Gaby, MD, author of “Magnesium: How an Important Mineral Helps Prevent Heart Attacks and Relieves Stress”

Doc Hand Here: As you may know, I’ve been talking about Magnesium for decades. The form that most people take is in either tablet or capsule form. We only absorb a small percentage of the magnesium, with the remainder being eliminated. Because of the way that we have evolved, our bodies simply don’t store magnesium for later use. This is why I have been recommending a ‘liquid’ form of magnesium and calcium. The liquid form is more easily absorbed and, therefore, more becomes available for the body to use. Symptoms that are responding immediately to this liquid magnesium are Migraines, Sleep Disorders, Constipation, Joint Pains and Fatigue. Patients with these four symptoms report significant improvement within just a few days. If you are tired of taking magnesium and/or calcium pills, knowing that about 90% of it goes in the toilet, or if you are simply interested in this form of magnesium and/or calcium, just let me know. We have a supply on hand, but it does go fairly quickly each month. You can even ask us for a Free Sample and we’ll be happy to provide you with one as long as we still have them – so don’t wait too long!

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