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Magnesium and Cancer

Magnesium and Cancer

Magnesium is basic to cancer treatment and its avoidance. Several studies have shown an increased cancer rate in regions with low magnesium levels in soil and drinking water. In Egypt, the cancer rate was only about 10% of that in Europe and America. Among the rural... read more
Magnesium Chloride for Health

Magnesium Chloride for Health

Magnesium is essential for health. It has a role in hundreds of chemical reactions throughout the body. The average human body has approximately 25 grams of magnesium, with more than half of that amount contained within the bones. For individuals who take magnesium to... read more
Magnesium and the Heart

Magnesium and the Heart

Magnesium is an essential mineral that is required to sustain healthy blood vessels, generate cellular energy, and maintain healthy nerve and muscle function. Magnesium is known to help maintain healthy heart rhythm and blood pressure. The results of research... read more
Magnesium and Low Blood Pressure

Magnesium and Low Blood Pressure

A reader writes, I have low blood pressure. When I became deficient in magnesium I was constantly feeling faint and blacking out. But once I took the magnesium, within six months it finally stabilized. All the meds the doctor gave me never did a thing but make me gain... read more
Magnesium and Anxiety

Magnesium and Anxiety

Anxiety can affect our lives dramatically. Many people are now highly stressed, and feelings of anxiety have become an everyday occurrence in many lives. Anxiety disorders are also becoming ever more prevalent. Magnesium, a vital mineral nutrient, is one of the most... read more
Magnesium in the Military

Magnesium in the Military

A veterinarian friend shared the following: “I was talking with a family friend who has been an Air Force nurse for about twenty years with tours in Asia and the Middle East. She told me about the many cases of kidney stones she was seeing in soldiers returning... read more
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