In the past year I’ve written at least a dozen blogs about various diseases that I find are related to magnesium deficiency but modern medicine remains unmoved. I’ll list the blogs and what modern medicine is missing. This oversight is negatively affecting the health of millions of patients worldwide. Modern medicine is always analyzing statistics and drawing conclusions. However, since they ignore magnesium, they miss the common denominator of magnesium deficiency in many of their studies.
You can click on these titles to read the whole blog but I’ll make a brief statement about each one.
Breast Calcification and Coronary Artery Disease – Researchers found that if you have one you can have the other – but if you have enough ReMag to dissolve these tissue calcifications, you shouldn’t have either.
Bones Deteriorate in Diabetes – Magnesium deficiency is a sign of diabetes; too much calcium and too little magnesium is a cause of osteoporosis. So both conditions are related to magnesium deficiency.
Can Exercise Worsen Dementia? – A trial of heavy exercise was said to worsen dementia. Heavy exercise depletes magnesium and magnesium deficiency contributes to lack of brain plasticity and signs and symptoms of dementia.
Alzheimer’s Disease: Pineal Calcification – Any form of calcification is related to magnesium deficiency.
Antacids for Infants Linked with Allergies and Fractures – Antacids block stomach acid, which is necessary for breakdown of food in the stomach. Incompletely broken down food molecules can be absorbed into the blood stream and cause allergies. Stomach acid is required to absorb minerals – lack of properly absorbed magnesium and calcium can weaken bones. Note: The Completement Formula minerals are stabilized ions and do not require stomach acid for absorption.
Calcium Without Magnesium Hurts The Heart – Dr. James J DiNicolantonio wrote “Decreased Magnesium Status May Mediate the Increased Cardiovascular Risk Associated with Calcium Supplementation.” Please read this paper and make copies to give to your doctor. It’s one of the few medical papers that properly addresses the overuse of calcium and the underuse of magnesium.
Vitamin D & Calcium Fail to Reduce Fractures – This result was a shock to the researchers and they don’t quite put it together that the reason Vit D and calcium fail is because of magnesium deficiency.
Excess Calcium Fuels Neuro-Inflammation – Researchers want to block calcium from entering the brain to reduce brain inflammation. Who knows what else this unilateral block will do. The better solution is to make sure the body has enough magnesium so that calcium is not so out of balance that it floods the brain when it’s supposed to be directed to the bones and teeth by magnesium.
Magnesium Deficiency Links Migraine & Heart Disease – Modern medicine is not making this claim, all they are doing is saying people with chronic migraine are at risk for heart disease. But there is a clear association between migraine and magnesium deficiency as well as heart disease and magnesium deficiency. Medicine hasn’t yet stumbled upon this connection – and probably never will.
Fibromyalgia Linked to Deficiencies in RBC Magnesium – This blog is about a study that proves what I’ve been talking about for over 30 years. One of the causes of fibromyalgia is magnesium deficiency. The other is yeast overgrowth.
OOPS? Low Magnesium Makes Vit D Ineffective! – Here is another validation of what I’ve been saying for many years.
Restless Legs and Heart Disease – This last blog is another association of two health conditions without the slightest recognition that magnesium deficiency is the common denominator.
Since medicine is not going to wake up any time soon – or soon enough to help you stay well, do your own research. There is a wealth of free information for you at Dr.CarolynDeanLive.com.
Learn about magnesium, and much more, by subscribing to my health tips by email. You can subscribe here: https://drcarolyndean.com/subscribe
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: email@example.com.