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James DiNicolantonio
Author of The Salt Fix, PharmD, CV research scientist at Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute. Salt is life. Optimizing diet and micronutrients.
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James DiNicolantonio 4h
"Magnesium deficiency in man could be a factor in the weakening of bone, commonly observed in old age, even when there are no visible signs of magnesium deficiency.". Translation?... Fear SUBCLINICAL magnesium deficiency!
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James DiNicolantonio 8h
Replying to @larocheCS
What was baseline K level and what is new K level?
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James DiNicolantonio 11h
I drink Gerolsteiner to get my magnesium each day. Liquid (ionic) Mg has the highest absorption .
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James DiNicolantonio Jan 19
Check out our newest paper on subclinical magnesium deficiency Covers SIGNS, CAUSES & Ways to MEASURE Mg DEFICIENCY
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James DiNicolantonio Jan 19
Replying to @drchatterjeeuk
Thanks Rangan!
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James DiNicolantonio Jan 19
Check out our newest paper on subclinical magnesium deficiency Covers SIGNS, CAUSES & Ways to MEASURE Mg DEFICIENCY
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James DiNicolantonio Jan 18
That’s not too expensive.
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James DiNicolantonio Jan 17
I think the dose of vitamin D that’s considered”over supplementation” depends on Mg intake. Higher Mg intake higher the threshold.
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James DiNicolantonio Jan 17
Replying to @MusselWoman
They gave mice the amount of salt an adult human eats. Lol
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James DiNicolantonio Jan 17
Exactly
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James DiNicolantonio Jan 17
Magnesium supplementation increases cholesterol yet it prevents coronary atherosclerosis caused by over-supplementation with vitamin D in animals Just another gaping hole in the 'cholesterol hypothesis'.
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James DiNicolantonio Jan 17
Yep give mice the amount of any substance an adult human eats (including 10 grams of salt) and your likely to find harm.
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James DiNicolantonio Jan 17
Replying to @MarikaSboros
Yep give mice the amount of any substance an adult human eats (including 10 grams of salt) and your likely to find harm.
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James DiNicolantonio Jan 17
Replying to @ID7Dee @foundmyfitness
Less than 20% retention on an IV Mg load test and/or 0.85-0.90 mmol/L serum magnesium appear to be “optimal” levels of Mg.
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James DiNicolantonio Jan 16
Replying to @IFnLoveScience
In mice who were given the amount of salt an adult human eats!
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Max Lugavere Jan 16
You guys loved my first interview with (author of ‘The Salt Fix’) so much I had to do a follow up, this time with a live audience. MUST WATCH:
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Dr Aseem Malhotra Jan 15
NEW SUGAR TRUTH: The fight against dietary misinformation continues... via
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Mark Hyman, M.D. Jan 16
Curious about the best ways to measure magnesium deficiency? Check out this recently published paper on magnesium deficiency. as the lead author of the article, he is also the author of the book, "The Salt Fix"
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Max Lugavere Jan 15
Why Avoiding Salt May Be a Huge Health Mistake
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James DiNicolantonio Jan 15
Many people seem to benefit from Epsom salts but I wouldn’t count on it increasing your magnesium status in the body.
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