Duke Med Health News 2011 Jul;17(7):8
Thank you, your article is a wisdom gift, that all doctors need to keep in mind,
Nrf2 receptors are the master regulator that can be turned on by phytonutrients supplementation like no other!!!! Protandim can be researched on pubmed.gov!!
@Dr. Chagai Dubrawsky Actually, inflammation is the mother of all disease. I figured that out the first year of med school.
Very informative article . Very few people and medicos are aware of this topic
it is 100% true. if you want to avoid many health complications , it is best idea to take magnesium supplements . real benifit you will notice after the age of 50 yrs. i have been administering bio-mineral Magnesium Phosphate to all my patients for all sorts of pain, found fantastic results. very good improvements even in complicated cases also. good article, thank q Dr.
About time that Magnesium got the recognition it deserves. I totally agree with your commentary and have recommended Manesium supplementation for last 20 years to my patients. Not only Is it a calming mineral, it is the best thing the OB orders for a pre eclampsia patient to reduce the Blood pressure and decrease the risk of seizures. For diabetic patients it deserves a special place in their diet supplement as it helps regulate glucose metabolism. Somewhere I read that if you wanted to DUMB …
I was having terrible leg cramps at night that have stopped since my doctor recommend a magnesium supplement.
I see a great deal of case-level support for these claims in my practice. Like thyroid function, however, standard methods of diagnosis are limited in usefulness. Since the downside risks are few and since the likelihood that few pts. are close to optimal levels, a “try it and see how you feel” approach is not as unscientific as it might seem at first. Colleagues: Mg. L-threonate is assimilated better than most forms and demonstrates negligible laxative effect.
I LOVE the flair and language of your article. You make a major point. Our diet is in the toilet and our health has NEVER been worse except perhaps during the PLAGUE. We who live in a developed country have no excuse as we have such an array of foods to choose from and the wherewithal to purchase as least a few bits. Thank GOD for MOLASSES!!!!
@Dr. Michael Hunter I looked up him up online. Dr. Lundberg is 82 years old. Did your comment on his physical appearance have a point?