Improve Heart, Bone & Brain Health

Health Pioneer Tells How Anyone Can Improve Their Heart, Bone & Brain Health At Any Age.

Chicago, IL, June 13, 2012 — Carolyn Dean, MD, ND magnesium expert and medical advisory board member of the nonprofit Nutritional Magnesium Association will be delivering a startling seminar entitled, “Death by Magnesium Deficiency: What Your Doctor Doesn’t Know and Can’t Tell You”. This vital presentation of health and wellness information hosted by the Health Freedom Expo Chicago will challenge prevailing medical beliefs and shake up the status quo. Dr. Dean shows that some of these beliefs are not the scientific facts people assume they are but only authoritative opinions which are not necessarily correct. Looking past these prevailing opinions, says Dean, opens the door to real health freedoms and practical, inexpensive solutions to some of our most serious health problems.

Scheduled for Sunday, June 17th, 2012 at 12 noon at the Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel and Convention Center, located at 1551 North Thoreau Drive, Schaumburg, Illinois 60173, Dr. Carolyn Dean will be highlighting facts based on independent research studies showing that high calcium – low magnesium consumption poses a serious health risk.

•    When people consume too much calcium without sufficient magnesium, not only will it create stress within the body but the excess calcium will not be utilized correctly and may become toxic because magnesium is essential for the absorption and metabolism of calcium.

•    Too much calcium and too little magnesium can cause some forms of arthritis, kidney stones, osteoporosis and calcification of the arteries, leading to heart attack and cardiovascular disease.
•    A burst or clot-blocked blood vessel in the brain is all it takes to cause a stroke which results in the destruction of critical brain functions. Stroke is said to be caused by hypertension, atheriosclerosis and/or diabetic complications all of which are associated with magnesium deficiency.

Dr. Oz says this about bone health: “Women with osteoporosis often are short on magnesium, which makes up 1 percent of the minerals in bone. That may sound piddlin’, but if you don’t have enough magnesium, bone crystals enlarge, making your bones more brittle and prone to fractures.”

Joshua Rosenthal, director of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and author of The Energy Balance Diet, says this about Dr. Dean’s work. “Excellent research together with valuable inspiration to empower the doctor within each of us.”

Abraham Hoffer, MD and author of Putting It All Together: The New Othomolecular Nutrition, adds: “Physicians and therapists have paid scant attention to this very important element, which is also involved in maintaining our good health. The massive evidence is here in this important work on magnesium. I am pleased to have been taking magnesium for so many years.”

If you are concerned about heart, brain and bone health and want to know how you can immediately and naturally improve your health in these areas, this seminar is for you.

Event attendees will gain easy, step-by-step knowledge on all of the following:

•    Five reasons why people need more magnesium than calcium, magnesium deficiency in diet and lifestyle including prescription medicines (such as birth control pills) which can deplete magnesium.

•    Why eating healthy and exercising regularly isn’t enough to avoid magnesium deficiency

•    Different methods of testing magnesium levels, which magnesium supplements are best, and how other vital nutrients such as Vitamin D require magnesium to become potent.

•    How bone health, heart health and brain health are affected by magnesium deficiency and what you can do about it.

•    The correct ratio of magnesium to calcium.

A 32-page guide to the benefits of magnesium and how to avoid osteoporosis, strengthen bones naturally and support a healthy heart is available as a free download at

For media inquiries, contact Boris Levitsky at Info(at)nutritionalmagnesium(dot)org

About the Nutritional Magnesium Association

The nonprofit Nutritional Magnesium Association (NMA) is a trusted authority on the subject of magnesium deficiency and provides timely and useful information so as to improve the lives of all people affected by the widespread magnesium deficiency in our diets and the related health issues associated with this deficiency. Radio, TV, magazines and professional journals interview its members regularly. For more information, go to

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