Our readers wrote about how he had enjoyed an incredible health change with food supplements and magnesium.
He recently sent this note.
Hola Merri- Great to hear form you…and of course I appreciate your offers, on the courses, Product, and ALL.
I now realize I was also taking the Magnesium supplement you shared with me as well as Dr Gordon’s Beyond Chelation formula.
Initially it was to reduce or eliminate the night-cramps i was getting, but it likely was a partial influence on my dramatic Ttriglycerides improvement as well.
Recently i have been out for awhile, some cramps have returned and my triglycerides raised back up a bit, though I am still taking the Beyond Chelation. You may want to add it to your Health Offerings, as well!?
When I ran out of the magnesium some night leg cramps returned, plus I did go back for some more blood-lab tests and my triglycerides were back up a bit, not extremely, but enough.
I could not identify any other changes in diet which could have caused that and then I read this research article from a really credible resource on Magnesium Miracles,and got an “AHA” type moment!
Not taking the magnesium was the ONLY measurable change I have made…not having & taking it!
Excerpts from the Magnesium Miracles report says: A Growing Body of Evidence Suggests that Magnesium Plays a Pivotal Role in Reducing Cardiovascular Risks and may Be Involved in the Pathogenesis of Diabetes itself. (See a link to the full article below).
By Dr. Jerry L. Nadler
Magnesium improves and helps correct insulin sensitivity, which is the fundamental defect that characterizes pre-diabetes, metabolic syndrome and even full-blown diabetes and heart disease. An intracellular enzyme called tyrosine kinaserequires magnesium to allow insulin to exert its blood-sugar-lowering effects. In several studies, daily oral magnesium supplementation substantially improved insulin sensitivity by 10 percent and reduced blood sugar by a huge 37 percent.
Improved insulin sensitivity from magnesium replacement can markedly reduce triglyceride levels. Reduced triglyceride availability, in turn, reduces triglyceride-rich particles, such as very-low-density lipoprotein (VLDL) and small low-density lipoprotein (small LDL), both of which are powerful contributors to heart disease. Magnesium supplementation can also raise levels of beneficial high-density lipoprotein (HDL).
The magnesium supplement that Merri and I use is called “Natural Calm” and is available in most health foods stores.