I loved reading Dr. Christiane Northrup’s post on the importance of getting enough magnesium in your body.
She points out that while most doctors recommend women get more calcium in their body to keep their bones strong, they neglect to mention that without magnesium the calcium won’t be absorbed.
A magnesium deficiency might look like constipation, infertility, migraines, muscle cramps, or a whole host of other signs and symptoms.
Carolyn Dean, M.D., N.D., author of The Magnesium Miracle (Ballantine Books, 2007), reports that these (and other) conditions are also associated with magnesium deficiency: blood clots, bowel disease, cystitis, depression, detoxification, diabetes, fatigue, hypoglycemia, insomnia, kidney disease, kidney stones, musculoskeletal conditions, osteoporosis, Raynaud’s syndrome, and even tooth decay. Dr. Dean also reports that she’s seen magnesium improve patients’ PMS, painful periods, chronic fatigue, and fibromyalgia. She’s also seen it increase their sexual pleasure!
My favorite ways to supplement magnesium include snacking on nuts and adding Epsom Salts to the bathtub to absorb it through the skin.
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too much vitamin-a can also cause osteoporosis but aging is the number cause of it *’*
well, i would say that infertility can be a thing of the past because of modern advancements in medicine `”;
infertility would be less of a problem today compared to say 10 or 20 years ago*;`
osteoporosis can be alleviated by taking lots of calcium and magnesium supplements~~;
i take calcium lactate to prevent osteoporis~,;
infertility could be a thing of the past with our modern day stem cell technology-.:
osteoporosis is very common among the elderly, calcium and magnesium supplements help a lot in osteoporosis.-,`
infertility is not really a big problem because of advances in health and medicine. -‘`
due to modern advance in medicine, infertility could be a thing of the past.,;”
Osteoporosis is very common specially in old persons. Food supplementation with calcium and magnesium helps a lot to slow down osteoporosis. -,”