Detoxifying the Body, Mind and Soul: A Holistic Approach

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Environmental toxicity  is absolutely everywhere. There are disturbing levels of man-made chemicals in wildlife, fish, waters, plants, even in the frozen Arctic. Household cleaning products, kitchenware, house insulations, carpet outgases, paints, solvents, insecticides, greases, lawn mower, gas water heater, heated car engine, gas dryer, wallboards, pressed wood, plywood, wallpaper, mattresses, pillows… You name it, and it has a toxic chemical. And it is not one or two toxic chemicals. Take for instance carpet emissions, which emanate over 200 volatile organic ...

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Magnesium: The Spark of Life

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Magnesium, just like magnetite and manganese, owes its name to the greek word Magnesia, a place name derived from the tribal people known as Magnetes. Physicians and therapists have paid scant attention to this crucial element which is one of the most important minerals for all living organisms. Magnesium has a relaxing, anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory effect on ...

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Calcium Crazy: Why you actually need LESS Calcium and more Magnesium

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Calcified heart valve (near the center)One of the things I dread the most as a heart surgeon is… calcium. Yes, severely calcified valves and arteries are probably my worst nightmare. To remove the calcium, we have to use surgical instruments such as the “bone eater” – and even with that you struggle a lot! Eventually the instruments end up losing their sharp cutting edge. ...

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The Depression Coverup

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depression Did you know that magnesium deficiency and yeast infection produce symptoms of anxiety or depression, including fatigue, insomnia, eye twitches, apprehension, nervous fits, light-headedness, hyperemotionality, palpitations, impaired breathing, confusion, anger, nervousness, rapid pulse, apathy, poor memory, etc? It has been documented that we could never get enough magnesium from diet alone, as the soil was depleted of that same mineral long ago. This makes magnesium ...

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The risks of bronchodilator drugs

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Most people with asthma and COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) are low in magnesium. When they are treated with simple magnesium supplementation, their symptoms improve. Bronchodilator drugs are prescribed for conditions such as asthma and other bronchial diseases, but many of these drugs cause loss of magnesium, making symptoms worse.

Recently in the news there was a study that addresses this problem where people are treated with drugs that don’t necessarily address the main cause:

Common Bronchodilator Drug Linked To Increased Deaths

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