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Magnesium and Iodine Deficiency

These two minerals are the two most common deficiencies that are responsible for a wide range of health issues. Read More

Magnesium for Your Nervous System

Magnesium is the most important major mineral that is needed by your body. In order to function correctly and efficiently your body needs many nutrients. But if it is deficient in magnesium, there are over 350 biochemical reactions that either won’t occur at all or will occur very inefficiently. Read More

Pharmaceuticals Cause Magnesium Deficiency

One of the hidden dangers of hypomagnesemia is that it produces impaired parathyroid hormone secretion, which may lead to hypocalcemia. Read More

Magnesium: Nutritional Aspects

Magnesium: research suggests that a shortage of magnesium may put you at increased risk of diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, and maybe migraines. Read More

Magnesium Treatments

Bioavailability requires solubility, absorption, and eventual metabolism by the body. Bioavailability is a very important concept and gauges the extent to which an administered substance reaches its site of action or utilization in the body. Read More

Podcast 190 about Silica and Connective Tissue Health

Silica supports collagen, the connective tissue building blocks that give you strength and flexibility. Read More