Life Changing Benefits of Magnesium – Carolyn Dean MD ND

If you’ve ever struggled with health issues doctors couldn’t solve, then you may be one of the 80% of people deficient in magnesium! Magnesium’s responsible for over 800 known processes in the body and counting. If you want to find out if you may be deficient, the simplest ways to remedy it, and the huge positive benefits this could have for your body, then today’s show is for you. Tonight  Dr. Carolyn Dean, a leading expert in magnesium with over 30 books & 110 kindles on the life-changing benefits of magnesium, including the extremely popular, The Magnesium Miracle (Revised and Updated Edition) will share her recipe for success: how to re-mineralize your body, reverse deficiency conditions, and then, as one of our callers does, get after friends and family members to do the same! Plus, eliminating heart arrhythmia and fibrillation, lowering blood pressure & cholesterol levels, and improving your triglycerides and blood lipid levels. Yes, it’s another incredible, not-to-be-missed show to boost your brain power, healthy & fitness, and keep illness and injury away!


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    • Hello, Laura

      Dr. Dean writes this about the Mag RBC test in her ReMag booklet:

      Magnesium is a very safe supplement. Ask your doctor for a Magnesium RBC blood test
      to see if you are retaining magnesium, especially if you are on drugs. It’s a more accurate
      test than serum magnesium. You can order your own test without a doctor’s prescription
      at Request A Test for only $49.00. Aim for an optimum level of 6.0-6.5mg/dL. The lab
      range for our magnesium deficient population is 4.2-6.8mg/dL but of course the lower spectrum of that
      range is based on a sick population. NOTE: Do not take or apply any magnesium for at least 12-24
      hours before the test or it will be falsely elevated.

      • Thank you. My rbc was at level 5.3, but I see that I should aim for higher. I was also not aware that I shouldn’t apply magnesium before the testing. I appreciate the information.
        Laura McKee

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