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Valeria, RD, MPH Sep 11
Excellent info - re-affirms why we need to supplement as soil is depleted and its importance in the body is understated. I don't always take supps, but I always take mag! We are all deficient. Search for my mag thread for much more detail.
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Charles Friedo Frize Oct 4
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Lara Briden Sep 18
"Blown away by the results of using and taurine." - a recent comment on my taurine blog post.
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SNAC System Oct 11
Victor Conte’s Corner: Should Your Coronavirus Strategy Include Zinc or ZMA? By Jim Schmaltz

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Everyday Health Oct 10
Are you getting enough ?
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Everyday Health Aug 21
Here’s why is important, how to increase your intake, and the signs you may be running low.
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Paula Maier Aug 25
Add some to your healthy !
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Lori Shemek, PhD Sep 22
Magnesium is a crucial mineral that 80%of the population is deficient in. It is lacking in our food supply, stress depletes magnesium, insulin resistance, poor sleep, anxiety, inflammation, and exercise deplete it further. Ensure you have an adequate intake.
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J P Fanton Oct 8
Long‐term , 350 mg/day) improves : A post‐hoc analysis of an intervention trial Attn: ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Jennifer Depew, RD Sep 22
and if you have intestinal malabsorption you may need a topical source of , it can be absorbed through hair follicle pores. Info about sources, & importance of protein & phospholipids as transport carries (hold it in electrically inactive form).
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Dr. Pallavi Aga Aug 19
When will Indian Pharma companies start making good magnesium supplements.
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Everyday Health Aug 20
You might not be getting enough . Here's how to get more.
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J P Fanton Oct 9
Study: Low midlife serum linked to ⬆️ risk of incident , does not appear to impact rates of decline Attn:
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Dr. Rath Foundation Aug 12
A new study carried out by researchers from Singapore suggests that daily doses of vitamin D3, magnesium, and vitamin B12 may reduce the severity of disease in older patients infected with the coronavirus.
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Helmholtz Institute Ulm Sep 7
📢‼️ Last call for tomorrows "3rd International Symposium on " 🔋🔋 the web conference will be held on Sept. 8 & 9, 1:45 P.M. (CEST). . Register at:
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Vishal Gondal Sep 15
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SmartNutrition Aug 14
60% of the magnesium in your body is found in bone, muscles, soft tissues and fluids, including blood And almost every cell. Magnesium levels in your body support good digestion and a healthy gut.
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York Cardiology Jul 14
Magnesium and ectopic heart beats
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Global Healing Sep 7
In need of some deep, restful sleep? You may have overlooked one of the simplest solutions: magnesium.
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What's Your Order? Aug 14
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