By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness
December 7, 2016
- Most people are deficient in this forgotten mineral
- Magnesium keeps your heartbeat strong and steady
- Time to get serious about boosting your magnesium levels
In an over-fed nation like ours, it’s hard to accept the idea that you might be undernourished. Yet, something as simple as a nutritional deficiency could be at the heart of many of your health problems.
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One of the most overlooked deficiencies today is magnesium. And unfortunately, this mineral isn’t one of those exciting, new discoveries that everyone can’t wait to get their hands on. Rather, it’s been forgotten. Nobody thinks about it anymore.
Considering the fact that magnesium is responsible for over 300 biochemical reactions in your body, this is a big mistake. Continue reading