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Gauging Your Magnesium Burn Rate – Carolyn Dean MD ND

Have you started supplementing with magnesium and yet haven’t quite gotten to the point of consistent relief from symptoms? If so, gauging your Magnesium Burn Rate is a strategy you can employ to determine how much magnesium you may be burning and whether or not you may actually need more magnesium to manage your daily stressors. Because, ultimately, that is what is happening within the chemistry of the body – magnesium is being utilized to manage all types of stress and biological functions.  So being aware of your burn rate gives you an idea of how much magnesium you are using. This is much more important than just following the recommended daily allowance (RDA).

Here is a list of stressors as outlined by Dr. Elson Hass:

1. Physical: intense exertion, manual labor, lack of sleep, travel
2. Chemical: drugs, alcohol, caffeine, nicotine, and environmental pollutants such as cleaning chemicals or pesticides
3. Mental: perfectionism, worry, anxiety, long work hours
4. Emotional: anger, guilt, loneliness, sadness, fear
5. Nutritional: food allergies, vitamin, and mineral deficiency
6. Traumatic: injuries or burns, surgery, illness, infections, extreme temperatures
7. Psycho-spiritual: troubled relationships, financial or career pressures, challenges with life goals, spiritual alignment, happiness.

Finally, let’s add the misdiagnosis by the medical profession of hundreds of magnesium deficiency symptoms. For example, telling an elderly woman that she is suffering a potentially fatal heart condition when it’s really a magnesium deficiency it pretty darn stressful.

Your Magnesium Burn Rate escalates with every additional stressor. In order to take the right amount of magnesium you have to get to know your body. And you have to take the right type of magnesium for your body and for your symptoms.

Also you must wrap your head around the fact that 80% of the thousands of interactions in the body require magnesium, making it the number one supplement to saturate yourself with! The failsafe for magnesium is that if it’s too much you will get a laxative effect. However, some people get the laxative effect very easily, so Dr. Dean created ReMag Magnesium Solution. ReMag is great because you can take therapeutic doses and get 100% absorption without the laxative effect!

Tonight on our internet based radio show, we’ll  be talking with Dr. Carolyn Dean about Gauging Your Magnesium Burn Rate along with a wide range of health topics and safe solutions. You will love hearing the beneficial interactions with our callers and hosts alike including the body/mind connection, identifying the ‘conflict’ in the ‘conflict basis’ of disease and much more!!


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7 replies »

  1. I have a large bottle of RnA and it has been in the fridge since opening. However, now it is a reddish or rust color and very thick nothing like the usual bottles. One night I was preparing a mixture of saline and RnA for my eyes and I forgot to put the left over mixture into the fridge. The next morning I was shocked and I thought of tossing the mixture and I opened the lid and it had small dots of mold on the surface of the mixture. I was really worried as the bottle of RnA was new and the saline solution was a bottle I purchased (not home made) . The container for the mixture and the eye dropper were all clean and had been rinsed with alcohol then when dry used. I believe I took every precaution. In any case I was afraid to use any even a new mixture . I finally thought I should stop being afraid and try it again. that is when I found how the RNA had changed.
    I contacted my friend who introduced me to your products and she said to just use it but I don’t think she realized how thich and changed it was.
    Could you advise please. Do I have to toss a $75. bottle ? Previous to buying the large bottle I mixed things the same way and there was no difficulty. I would use the mixture for about three days or so but if it did not sting I figured it had lost its strength and tossed it , re-cleaning everything again and made a new batch. I had no problems. Does your product Rna go bad?

    Elizabeth Millar

    • Hello, Elizabeth- the RnA Drops have a very low ph, are self preserving and don’t go bad. They are like AVC in that regard. I am happy to help you with your particular situation but I don’t have a record of your purchase? Can you please email your receipt number to so I use our customer service system to resolve your concern.

  2. Hello, I have been taking Remag and ReMyte for about a year. I ran out of the two products and used the Calm magnesium for several months before ordering Remag and ReMyte again. I take 1 and half tsp of Remag and 1/2 of ReMyte. My issue is I have very serious anxiety that is hard to control. I just had surgery two weeks ago and have been having consistent anxiety with this dose. I am also having laxative effect but still have the high anxiety issue. I have been so desperate that I have used xanax a few times to relieve the panic. Even though I am having laxative effect (always have had this on Remag) I feel I still am deficient. Would you have some ideas? greatly appreciated, I am struggling with this consistent anxiety of late.

    Leslie Donohue

    • Hello, Leslie! GINNEY in Customer Service emailing you today – so sorry to hear about the anxiety situation – it’s so frustrating! Can you contact me through Customer Service and let’s see what we can do? 888-577-3703

  3. Hello, after having very serious AFib event and been taken with ambulance from the highway, two months ago, I found your web site and information while in the hospital. Now, I take ReMag, ReMyte, nattokinase (no prescriptions), but the Dr wants me to go trough cardioversion. I will call to cancel that. Would you have some idea if I can get a normal heart rate and how long this process can last(I have never felt anything , but shortness of breath). Greatly appreciated. Kyle

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