“It is regrettable that the deficiency of such an inexpensive nutrient results in diseases that cause incalculable suffering and expense throughout the world”
Dr. Steven Johnson
Magnesium deficiency in men, women and children is prevalent on a global scale and is one of the most common nutritional problems in the industrialized world of today.
It is the result of modern agricultural practices that have depleted and malnourished our soils.
Food preparation and processing techniques along with dietary trends have also greatly contributed to magnesium deficiency.
Sadly, allopathic medicine has all but turned its back on magnesium chloride and its curative properties because most of their funding for medical research now comes from drug companies. It is a nutritional mineral they cannot patent and therefore not studied except to rebuke its effectiveness under the guise of benevolence. Yet it is approved by the FDA and used intravenously as an emergency room medicine.
Researchers all over the world have confirmed the vital role that magnesium holds in the avoidance and healing of the modern day plagues of diabetes, heart disease, strokes, cancer, neurological disorders and numerous musculoskeletal problems in both children and adults.
What we have found is that magnesium chloride, applied transdermally, is the ideal magnesium delivery system with health benefits unequalled in the entire world of medicine.
Still, the value of this clinically proven natural health product continues to be largely underestimated and ignored, when it really should be the standard of care.
Therefore, promoting the practice of self-healthcare regarding magnesium therapy at a very early age is crucial. Magnesium chloride is a nutrient medicine that belongs in every household in the world, in every doctor\'s clinic and in every hospital. In China for example, its importance in both preventative healthcare and curative therapeutics is clearly recognized.
Additionally, the collective evidence validated by published and peer-reviewed scientific studies from all over the globe, have created a compelling body of evidence giving credence to the therapeutic efficacy of magnesium chloride therapy.
Thanks to the many distinguished research scientists and renowned authors such as Dr. Mildred S. Seelig, Dr. Carolyn Dean, Dr. Jay S. Cohen, Mark Sircus,O.M.D., Dr. C. Norman Shealy et al, who have weighed in on this “non-pharmaceutical” nutritional approach, the benefits of magnesium are way too obvious to ignore.
The correction of magnesium deficit should be a top priority for clinicians. When magnesium chloride is understood properly (as the basic medicine it is) it will be prescribed to all patients as a foundation and support for all other therapeutic and pharmaceutical interventions.
It is a medical wonder drug that is vastly cheaper, safer and more effective than anything the pharmaceutical companies have been able to develop.
Professionals in the healthcare field owe it to themselves and the people they serve to read this book . Afterall, isn't effectively helping people our common goal? To do anything less would be irresponsible.
This book is written by Dr. Mark Sircus, Ac., O.M.D.
Table of Contents
Foreword by Daniel Reid xxi
1 Magnesium ~ pg. 1
2 Magnesium in Modern Medicine ~ pg. 9
3 Dietary Magnesium Deficiencies ~ pg. 19
4 Magnesium and Calcium ~ pg. 49
5 Disease, and Preventive Care ~ pg. 63
6 Magnesium, Selenium and Zinc in Cancer Prevention ~ pg. 81
7 Magnesium – Antioxidant Status – Glutathione ~ pg. 95
8 Detoxification and Chelation ~ pg. 103
9 Magnesium and ATP ~ pg. 127
10 Magnesium and Diabetes ~ pg. 131
11 Magnesium and Strokes ~ pg. 163
12 Magnesium, Violence, and Depression ~ pg. 171
13 Magnesium Chloride ~ pg. 187
14 Magnesium Chloride vs. Magnesium Sulfate ~ pg. 209
15 Memory, Cognitive Function, & Periodontal Disease ~ pg. 213
16 Natural Influenza Protocol ~ pg. 217
17 Inflammation and Systemic Stress ~ pg. 229
18 Sexuality, Life and Aging ~ pg. 233
19 Transdermal Mineral Therapy in Sports Medicine ~ pg. 249
20 Menopause and Premenstrual Syndrome ~ pg. 259
21 Natural Relief for Chronic Pain Sufferers ~ pg. 277
22 Testing and Estimating Magnesium Levels ~ pg. 289
23 Warnings and Contra-indications ~ pg. 297
24 Testimonials ~ pg. 305
25 Magnesium — Conception to Death ~ pg. 319
Appendix ~ pg. 303
Index ~ Pg. 315
Conversations with Dr. Mark Sircus, Ac., O.M.D.
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