Category Archives: Nutrition

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7 Foods You Should Avoid To Keep Skin Healthy

We asked the experts about the worst foods for our skin, and some of them may surprise you. Here are seven foods you should absolutely limit if you’re trying to keep your skin looking healthy. Diets high in processed ingredients (especially sugar) have been shown to contribute to crow’s feet, wrinkles, and fine lines because [...]

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Food Cravings and Missing Nutrients

Cravings mainly indicate that our body is lacking a specific mineral or nutrient. As descendants from cave men – when the aim was to survive on one meal a day – we are craving food that is either high in fat or high in calories to provide us with enough energy. However, these days, we [...]

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Magnesium Exercise and Energy

Magnesium, Nutrition and Exercise

Many people who work out focus on burning fat; however, there are many other nutrients that are equally important in terms of your workout regimen. Eating the right foods while exercising is essential if you intend to get the full benefits of the workout and not waste the hour or two you spend in the [...]

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Magnesium, Vitamin D and K2 – Psoriasis Treatment

If you have psoriasis, it is imperative that you have your vitamin D levels tested and maintain levels in the therapeutic range of 50-70 ng/ml year-round. Vitamin D is a potent immune modulator, making it very important for the prevention of autoimmune diseases. According to one study, “vitamin D could have important immunomodulatory effects in [...]

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Magnesium and Cardiovascular disease risk factors

Magnesium Reactions

Below are 12 main reasons why you might feel worse, or think you feel worse, after taking magnesium. Actually it’s not magnesium that’s making you worse but just the way you are taking it or other things you are or aren’t taking along with it or the amount of toxicity in your body. None of [...]

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High Fructose Corn Syrup

High Fructose Corn Syrup and the Obesity Epidemic

Interview with Dr. Carolyn Dean, MD, ND. Do you believe that high fructose corn syrup, a prevalent ingredient in so many packaged foods, is a factor in the obesity of children? Adults? My best source of information on the epidemic of obesity created by high fructose corn syrup is presented by Robert H. Lustig, MD, [...]

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Benefits of Magnesium

Benefits of Magnesium

How can you benefit by getting more magnesium? These are just a few of the benefits of improving your magnesium status… Reduces muscle cramping, including restless legs and menstrual cramps. Improves sleep. Very helpful in reducing symptoms of PMS including bloating, mood swings and breast  tenderness. Widely helpful for headaches and even migraines. A key [...]

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Magnesium Research and Inflammation

Magnesium and Inflammation

Breakthrough Study Finds Magnesium as a Solution to Inflammation and Chronic Disease Many doctors and research scientists now believe that most chronic diseases may have the same root cause: inflammation. “There are clear indications that inflammation explains why plaque builds up in the arteries in patients with atherosclerosis,” says Philip Schauer, MD, director of the [...]

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Magnesium and Whole Foods

Magnesium Deficiency and Whole Foods

Unfortunately, it is difficult to reliably supply our bodies with sufficient magnesium, even from a good, balanced whole foods diet. First of all, modern agricultural methods favor the universal use of NPK fertilizers (nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium). Both potassium and phosphorus are antagonists of magnesium in the soil, and on calcareous soils create a relative [...]

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Swelling, Bloating and Back Pain

Interview with Carolyn Dean, MD, ND. 1. In general, what causes swelling? Several things can cause swelling. Toxins in the body are diluted with fluids and can cause swelling. Because of gravity, the fluids tend to accumulate in the feet. Another reason for swelling is lack of proper minerals. Minerals are required in the cells [...]

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