Magnesium in the Media – Dr. Carolyn Dean MD ND

Magnesium in the Media

January 10, 2014

It’s been a busy media month and a busy year. Let me list the various events I’ve participated in so you can keep learning about magnesium and minerals and RnA Drops and their interaction with yeast, thyroid, adrenals and sex hormones.

Jan 9, 2014: Magnesium: The Miracle Mineral on Red Ice Creations: Radio 3Fourteen. This is a great interview and I even got to speak about the amazing properties of RnA Drops. I imagine I’ll be back on the show for a more in depth discussion. You can also view a youtube video, Magnesium – Unsung Hero of Health of that audio interview created by Ginney Almighty, my cohost of Live! with Dr. Carolyn Dean.

January 7, 2014: This was a new experience for me. It’s a “Live Chat: Resolve to Lose Weight” on Canada.com with typed responses. It turns out I was “up against” a couple of Registered Dieticians who spouted erroneous diet solutions such as: Drink Diet Beverages, Don’t avoid sugar, gluten and dairy! which of course I had to counter. The host ignored the fist fight in the corner, but the words are still there on the site for you to scan! The chat appears on Postmedia’s newspaper websites (including the Vancouver Sun, Edmonton Journal, Montreal Gazette, Ottawa Citizen and several others) as well as on canada.com.

December 29, 2013: The Ultimate Women’s Health Summit is ending soon, so be sure and get in there and register to listen to all 27 guest speakers. My talk on magnesium was on Dec 29.

Dec 8, 2013: Magnesium: The Missing Link to Better Health has over 286,000 views and over 11,000 Facebook forwards. Keep viewing and keep forwarding and keep saving lives. The article is translated into Spanish as well.

March 20, 2013: if you still haven’t had enough magnesium, listen to my 3-hour Coast to Coast AM radio appearance with George Noory.

Scary Stories from Allopathic Medicine
1. A doctor from a prestigious medical school, who is about to retire said the way medicine is today, she would never want to be a doctor if she was just starting out now. Her practice was told by insurance companies that they had to see a patient every 10 minutes because they were spending too much time talking to patients and not writing enough prescriptions.

2. If you have “never been well” since surgery, consider that the inhaled anesthetic used, such as Desflurane, may contain fluoride molecules and bind up the majority of your magnesium. What’s the treatment – take lots of magnesium and get your Magnesium RBC levels up to 6.0-6.5mg/dL. Order the test from www.requestatest.com for $49.00.

3. 70% of the American population is on at least one medication and that medication is very likely draining their magnesium and they will never know…unless someone tells them!

Carolyn Dean MD ND

The Doctor of the Future®

RESOURCES: Along the borders and in the links of my web site you can find my books, writings, and my call-in radio show. Email your questions to: questions@drcarolyndeanlive.com.

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