Magnesium Deficiency Easy to Solve
Magnesium is the most important mineral the body requires for cellular health. It soothes the sympathetic nervous system (providing deeper rest), and is essential for the production of amino acids that are critical for virtually every chemical reaction in the body. When you restore vital magnesium to the body, you make cellular regeneration possible. DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone) is the most prevalent and one of the most essential hormones in human health. Unfortunately, the majority of Americans lose 80-90% of their optimal DHEA between ages 30 and 80. According to Dr. Norman Shealy, every known illness is associated with a magnesium deficiency and low levels of the hormone DHEA.
If DHEA is low, magnesium is low. They go together. Even a 10% increase in magnesium and DHEA levels is associated with a 48% decrease in death from cardiovascular disease and a 36% decrease in mortality from all causes. It is striking that low levels of both DHEA and magnesium characterize most illnesses. A connection between these essential chemicals appears to be basic for the understanding of health, wellness and restoring and maintaining youth. Low levels of DHEA are found in women up to nine years BEFORE development of breast cancer. And men may have low DHEA levels for four or more years prior to development of prostate cancer.
There is a long list of DHEA/magnesium deficiency symptoms. They are anxiety, hyperactivity, confusion, depression, diarrhea or constipation, faintness, fatigue, hyperventilation, lack of coordination, insomnia, intestinal problems, muscle cramps, muscle tightness, pain, poor memory, seizures, tinnitus and vertigo; and these are just the symptoms! Diseases associated with DHEA/magnesium deficiency include asthma, atherosclerosis, cancer, chronic fatigue, chronic bronchitis, congestive heart failure, depression, diabetes, emphysema, hypertension, intermittent claudication (leg calf pain), kidney stones, migraine, osteoporosis, panic attacks, PMS (premenstrual syndrome), benign prostate hypertrophy and strokes.
As your body tries to cope with stress, it is depleting the reserves of certain nutrients. Two of the most important ones Iodine and Magnesium are in short supply in our diet. They are not in our soils, and therefore not in our foods. If we hope to keep well, we must supplement them. There is a single, simple solution that addresses both magnesium and iodine deficiency: a deceptively simple product formulated by Dr. Norman Shealy and developed by Jim Carter an energetically charged magnesium chloride solution with extracts of sea weed (kelp) and alfalfa that instantly delivers through your skin the much needed nutrients. Jim Called it Topically Everything what a thoughtful name. If you try to supplement magnesium at a therapeutic dosage orally, you end up with loose bowels.
With Topically Everything, were able to deliver not only the minerals, but also other nutrients directly into your bodily fluids that bring them quickly to your starved tissues. Its the ideal supplement that you do not need to swallow. Apply it onto your skin and it quickly soaks in, delivering the much needed magnesium, vitamins, minerals and essential amino acids, extracted from alfalfa and kelp. Alfalfa is known to relieve joint & soft tissue pain, reduce cholesterol & blood sugar levels, promote liver health, detoxify, alleviate peri-menopausal symptoms (hot flashes), increase energy, and reduce fatigue. Like other members of the legume family, alfalfa is a good source protein, vitamins & minerals including calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, and potassium.
Kelp (commonly known as seaweed) contains many times more minerals than land grown plants, especially since our soils have been depleted of essential minerals. With nutrients that are vital to well being, kelp is known to improve skin, nails & hair, protect against radiation & toxic metals, heal ulcers, alleviate constipation, and improve intestinal flora. It is known to be beneficial for the brain, spinal chord, & nervous system, and contains iodine which stimulates the thyroid. Kelp contains chlorophyll, and naturally chelated minerals including calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron, iodine, and sulfur. If you aren’t supplementing with magnesium and iodine yet, you should seriously consider it. It is good for you. And this way it is very easy to take.