Hormonal Harmony Summit – Pre-eclampsia Signals Vascular Disease Risk

February 9, 2017

I’m writing today about the Hormonal Harmony Summit hosted by Kiran Ram, which begins Feb 20, 2017. I’ve already mentioned the Summit in my blog, Birth Control Betrayal, which highlights another expert on the summit, Holly Grigg-Spall, author of Sweetening the Pill.

Kiran Ram is a Certified Women’s Holistic Health and Functional Nutrition Coach with a specialty in hormonal health. Her focus is on helping women 40 + understand the powerful effects of hormones on their weight, bouts of extreme fatigue due to disturbed sleep and sheer lack of energy and enthusiasm towards life. During our interview, Kiran and I discussed the development of chronic fatigue syndrome and hormonal imbalance that affects the sex hormones, thyroid, and adrenals. Kiran was very excited to hear about ReMag, magnesium and the multiple minerals in ReMyte that help support the thyroid and adrenals.

We did not talk about pre-eclampsia, but a recent Medscape report caught my attention. Doctors think that this condition is hormonal – it occurs toward the end of pregnancy when progesterone and estrogen are extremely high. So, I thought it would be a good topic for this blog and the summit.

However, pre-eclampsia is not caused by hormone imbalance but by magnesium deficiency! And here is the proof. Three studies presented at the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine 2017 Pregnancy Meeting confirmed that “Pre-eclampsia Signals Vascular Disease Risk Later in Life.” Why is that important? We know that magnesium deficiency causes vascular disease and we know that pre-eclampsia and eclampsia are treated with IV magnesium, so the connection is obvious to you and me but not to allopathetic medicine. They say they have no idea what causes this association, yet they very keen to put women on a cartload of dangerous meds to “prevent” vascular disease from occurring if there is even a slight chance that your blood pressure, blood sugar, or cholesterol are rising.

The researchers in this Medline article, venture to say that “It’s probably not that pre-eclampsia starts this process, but that pre-eclampsia is the expression of the disease in pregnancy that is a marker for that person being at risk for disease later on.” And “The theory is that whatever the underlying metabolic derangement is, it was there anyway, and that person may have been destined to have hypertension or stroke at age 50.” Can someone please put them out of their misery and tell them that magnesium deficiency is the underlying metabolic derangement!

Here’s what I think is happening. Pre-eclampsia is a magnesium deficiency disease and as you age, and if you don’t replace your magnesium stores on a daily basis, you will acquire more magnesium deficiency symptoms, including vascular disease. Simple! It’s so simple that doctors ignore it and ignore the solution, which is ReMag. I don’t say the solution is magnesium anymore because not all magnesiums are created equal. I just received an email from a doctor who said his wife’s ectopic heart beats were not relieved when she tried magnesium citrate but were gone in two weeks when she took ReMag.

If you take a magnesium that gives you the laxative effect before you get anywhere near a therapeutic dose, then you will think magnesium is not working and abandon it. You are far less likely to abandon ReMag because you can take it in the therapeutic doses that you require without the laxative effect and you can observe your symptoms fade away. Women who take ReMag don’t have to worry about the risk of any magnesium deficiency disease, including aging!!

If you have a history of pre-eclampsia or any of the 100 factors that relate to magnesium deficiency symptoms, that you can read about in my blog “Gauging Magnesium Deficiency Symptoms” consider taking ReMag to prevent these symptoms.

Also, please consider signing up for Kiran Ram’s Hormonal Harmony Summit, which begins Feb 20, 2017. Kiran lives in the UK, so you will meet many new speakers that aren’t on the US Summit circuit. I’m looking forward to the summit and I hope you will join me.

Carolyn Dean MD ND

The Doctor of the Future®

SUMMITS:

1. The Women’s Healthy Weight Loss Summit presented by Dr. Ilona Berkoben, MD, is scheduled for Feb 6-26th. My interview is scheduled for Feb 11th. Promotion

2. Jill Kane’s Better Body Summit runs from Feb 6-Feb 22. My talk is on Feb 22nd.

3. Hormonal Harmony Summit with Kiran Ram begins Feb 20, 2017.

RESOURCES: Along the borders and in the links of my web site you can find my books, writings, and my call-in radio show. If you have any questions email: questions@drcarolyndeanlive.com.

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