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Magnesium Deficiency Increases Death Risk

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Wednesday, 06 Sep 2017 02:27 PM Current | Bio | Archive

In the Journal of the American Heart Association, researchers from the Netherlands reported on a study of 9,829 subjects that went on for nearly nine years to look at the relationship between magnesium levels and the risk of death from heart disease.

Low magnesium levels were associated with a 36 percent increased risk of cardiovascular mortality and increased risk of atherosclerosis.

Conventional medicine does recognize the importance of magnesium in treating heart attacks.

However, most doctors and cardiologists do not use it.

I estimate that magnesium deficiency occurs in more than one-third of those I have tested.

Keep in mind, many people are deficient in magnesium even though their blood tests are in the reference range.

That’s because over the years, the powers that be have lowered the reference range for magnesium as well as other nutrients as we have become more deficient.

Magnesium can be supplemented both orally and intravenously. A holistic healthcare practitioner can appropriately assess your magnesium status and recommend appropriate supplementation.

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