Tag: magnesium deficiency

The Real Reason Why Sugar Is Dangerous

The Real Reason Why Sugar Is Dangerous

| Apr 25, 2017

It’s no secret that sugar can be hazardous to your health. While glucose plays an essential role in energy metabolism and shouldn’t be shunned entirely, the results of sugar overconsumption are clear. Including a reasonable amount of natural sugar sources (such as fruits, juices, honey, sugary vegetables like carrots and beets) is perfectly healthful for […]

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Is Magnesium the Answer to All of Our Health Problems?

Is Magnesium the Answer to All of Our Health Problems?

| Feb 17, 2016

When it comes to vibrant health, sometimes the smallest things make the biggest difference. We’ve spoken before about the invisible epidemic of mineral deficiency that’s sweeping the nation (and the world). In many ways, minerals are the foundation of all the body’s internal processes—they’re used by every organ in the body, and they allow for […]

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The Absolute Best Way To Reduce Muscle Tension Naturally

The Absolute Best Way To Reduce Muscle Tension Naturally

| Aug 24, 2015

According to the FDA, 60% of the US population is deficient in magnesium – a critical nutrient required for over 300 enzymatic processes in the human body. [1] I have to confess I have a major problem with these FDA recommendations. It’s my professional opinion (and one that’s widely shared in the nutrition world) that […]

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