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Magnesium (Mg)
  • magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in your body and is involved in more than 600 different biochemical reactions. Research suggests even subclinical deficiency can jeopardize your heart health. A lack of magnesium will impede your cellular metabolic function and deteriorate mitochondrial function, and magnesium deficiency has been identified as the greatest predictor of heart disease. Magnesium is also important for chromosome folding, which allows cells to divide, multiply and regenerate to make up for lost or damaged cells. Check your RBC magnesium level and track signs and symptoms of magnesium insufficiency to determine how much magnesium you need. Low potassium and calcium are also common laboratory signs indicating magnesium deficiency. To optimize your magnesium level, eat magnesium-rich foods and/or take a magnesium supplement. The RDA for magnesium is around 310 to 420 mg per day depending on your age and sex, but many experts believe you may need 600 to 900 mg per day, which is more in line with the magnesium uptake during the Paleolithic period. Personally, I believe many may benefit from amounts as high as 1 to 2 grams (1,000 to 2,000 mg) of elemental magnesium per day, as most of us have EMF exposures that simply cannot be mitigated, and the extra magnesium should help lower the damage from that exposure. If you agree with the higher doses of magnesium, it is best to take it in evenly divided doses throughout the day to prevent loose stools. It can be taken with or without food. If you're also taking calcium, take them together. If you exercise regularly, consider taking your calcium and magnesium in a ratio of one part calcium to two parts magnesium with your pre-workout meal. While the ideal ratio of magnesium to calcium is thought to be 1-to-1, most people get far more calcium than magnesium from their diet; hence, your need for supplemental magnesium may be two to three times greater than calcium. Taking Epsom salt baths is another effective way to boost your magnesium level. I prepare a supersaturated solution of Epsom salts by dissolving 7 tablespoons of the salt into 6 ounces of water and heating it until all the salt has dissolved. I pour it into a dropper bottle and then apply it to my skin and rub fresh aloe leaves over it to dissolve it. This is an easy and inexpensive way to increase your magnesium and will allow you to get higher dosages into your body without having to deal with its laxative effects. ~Dr. Mercola, March 18, 2023
  • Magnesium: (water soluable) How magnesium L-threonate may provide the preferred form of magnesium that best penetrates the blood brain barrier. Second choice forms may be citrate, chelate or taurate (500 mg daily for prevention or active illness). Magnesium L-threonate most recommended by Dr Mercola too. Dr Ardis dose: minimum adult recommended daily dose is 500mg/day; 2YO: 200mg/day, or to customize dose, we can determine bowel tolerance (take largest amount you can tolerate before getting loose stools).
    • preference in forms:
      magnesium malate
      magnesium chloride
      magnesium threonate
      magnesium glycenate
      magnesium citrate, chelate or taurate
      magnesium oxide
      magnesium sulfate (avoid)

      Most magnesium supplements contain magnesium oxide--but a far superior form is magnesium malate, one reason being that malate is also an important substrate for the Krebs cycle and can extend lifespan. Magnesium chloride, magnesium glycenate or magnesium threonate would come next in order of preference.
  • Ten days later I received this email from George. “Topical magnesium chloride for 10 days = well daughter!” There is a power and a force in magnesium chloride that cannot be equaled anywhere else in the world of medicine. There is no substitute for magnesium in human physiology; nothing comes even close to it in terms of its effect on overall cell physiology. It goes against a strong gale wind of medical science to ignore magnesium chloride used transdermally in the treatment of any chronic or acute disorder. ~ Mark Sircus
  • Avoid magnesium sulfate, which supports pathogens. Dr. Levy found that magnesium CHLORIDE is best for fighting viral infections.
  • magnesium is involved in more than 600 different biochemical reactions in your body, and deficiency can contribute to significant health problems. Two common pathologies associated with magnesium deficiency are Type 2 diabetes and heart disease. You can't test blood for magnesium levels, because it is inside your cells. Low magnesium levels have been linked to insulin resistance, a precursor to Type 2 diabetes, as it impairs your body's ability to regulate blood sugar, which is important for the prevention of Type 2 diabetes. Recent research links low magnesium levels with diabetes and high blood pressure, both of which are risk factors for heart disease. Magnesium has been shown to improve Type 2 diabetes. Diabetics who took 250 milligrams of magnesium per day for three months improved their insulin sensitivity by 10% and reduced blood sugar by 37%. ~Dr. Mercola, April 09, 2022.
  • add 100 mg every day until you get diarrhea, go back to previous day dosage, stay on that indefinitely. or compute optimum dose that is 10.6mg per 2.2lbs of body weight per day. The formula is: (lbs/2.2)x10.6=rdd. Take your weight in lbs and divide by 2.2. Then multiply that result by 10.6 = recommended daily dose you should take for the rest of your life. ex: 205 / 2.2 = 93.18... 93.18 x 10.6 = 988mg per day.
    • Use powder--not capsules.
  • Dr. Mark Sircus magnesium articles:
    Dosage: A sane rule of thumb for magnesium supplementation (not for therapeutic effect) is approximately 6-8 mg/kg (3-4 mg per pound) of body weight per day. That translates into a total dietary magnesium intake of 600 to 900 mg per day for a 200-lb man which is already way above the RDA, about double. With children some researchers indicate that 10 mg/kg/day are appropriate because of their low body weight and increased requirements for growth. Athletes also need more depending on their stress and training levels and we can always adjust upwards when under great emotional stress or when seriously ill.
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