Magnesium Link to Better Health

Magnesium – The Missing Link to Total Health – Radio Interview

Magnesium is an essential nutrient, indispensable to your health and well-being. By adding this mineral to your diet, you are guarding against — and helping to alleviate — such threats as heart disease, stroke, osteoporosis, diabetes, depression, arthritis, and asthma. But, despite magnesium’s numerous benefits, many Americans remain dangerously deficient. Listen as Dr. Carolyn Dean [...]

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Thyroid Health Snack Recipe

Thyroid Health Snack Recipe

The following mix is one of my favorites, both for its convenience and thyroid boosting abilities (and, of course, it’s delicious). Altogether, this recipe is jam-packed with thyroid health—and also helps to balance your other hormones. Let’s break down the six super-thyroid benefits in this recipe: Brazil nuts are rich in selenium, a nutrient that [...]

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Restless Legs Syndrome and Magnesium

Magnesium, Restless Leg Syndrome and Fibromyalgia

Restless legs syndrome (RLS), also called Willis-Ekbom Disease, causes uncomfortable sensations in the legs and an irresistible urge to move them. Symptoms commonly occur in the late afternoon or evening hours, and are often most severe at night when a person is resting, such as sitting or lying in bed which disrupts sleep. Sleep issues [...]

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Magnesium and Fertility

Magnesium and Fertility Benefits

Dr. Sherry Rogers, a diplomate in family practice, allergy- asthma- immunology, and environmental medicine and a fellow of the American College of Nutrition, says that just as migraines are caused by spasms in the brain arteries, smooth muscle spasms in the fallopian tubes cause infertility. This may explain why so many infertile women get pregnant [...]

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New Year Resolutions

New Year’s Health Boosting Sleep Habits

Embrace the dark. Exposure to light at night can reset the body’s clock and delay sleep. Make sure your bedroom is as dark as possible. If streetlight shines through your curtains, put up blackout shades or blinds. Block any bright LED displays in your room before you go to bed. Use dim nightlights in the hallway and bathroom [...]

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Insomnia and Magnesium

Sleep Benefits of Magnesium

Nearly 50% of older adults have insomnia, with difficulty in getting to sleep, early awakening, or feeling un-refreshed on waking. With aging, several changes occur that can place one at risk for insomnia, including age-related changes in various circadian rhythms, environmental and lifestyle changes, and decreased nutrients intake, absorption, retention, and utilization. Research on an elderly [...]

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Staying Healthy While Traveling

How To Stay Healthy While Traveling

1. Your immunity is important! Boost your immunity and proactively protect your health while on public transportation. Up your Vitamin C intake before departure, carry a water bottle to stay hydrated and use hand sanitizer to reduce the amount of germs to which you’re exposed from tray tables, door handles and bathroom facilities. Also, bring [...]

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Magnesium and Diabetes Risk Reduction

Magnesium and Reducing Diabetes Risk

Eating a diet rich in magnesium can help reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, according to new research. Scientists from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health found that high magnesium intake intake was also strongly associated with reduced type 2 diabetes risk which persisted to an extent even when participants were consuming a [...]

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Insomnia Tips

5 Insomnia Tips To Help You Sleep

Getting a good night’s rest is hard these days, but it shouldn’t have to be. Don’t settle for poor sleep. Instead, use these five tips to gain control of your insomnia and get ready to wake up as a healthier, happier person! Problem #1: Tense muscles and twitchy legs Tip: Magnesium You may as well [...]

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The One Thing You Can Do Today To Improve Your Overall Health

Minerals are ionic (electrically charged particles) conductors of electrical activity. Dissolved in bodily fluids they activate nerve cells and muscle cells. They also act as necessary cofactors to regulate, effect and affect your body’s metabolism. They maintain body pH and allow the transfer of nutrients across cell membranes. And they are all deficient in our [...]

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