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Magnesium Deficiency and the Kidneys – Carolyn Dean MD ND Radio Show

Globally, as of 2015, the International Diabetes Federation, reported an estimated 415 million adults are living with diabetes. Yes, that’s more than the population of the U.S. The incidence of diabetes is […]

“Youthing” Simple, Effective Strategies for Staying Young- Carolyn Dean MD ND Radio Show

In 1993, Dr. Jean Durlach, a preeminent magnesium expert in France, summed up the existing research on magnesium and aging. I marvel at his words every time I read them. What follows […]

Magnesium and Osteoporosis – 7 Critical Factors Carolyn Dean MD ND

Did you know that there are approximately seventeen nutrients essential for healthy bones, including magnesium, the most important mineral, along with calcium? Susan Brown, Ph.D., director of the Osteoporosis Education Project in Syracuse, New […]

Food and Alcohol Cravings What They May Mean – Carolyn Dean MD ND

Constant sugar cravings could mean your biochemistry is out of whack. In fact, if you consistently crave bread, sugar, fruits, dairy or alcohol like beer and sugary white wine your body may […]

Preventing Heart Failure – What You Need To Know – Carolyn Dean MD ND

There appears to be an epidemic of heart failure in the Western world. But, in my opinion, hearts aren’t failing; it’s doctors who are failing to treat magnesium deficiency, which is an […]

Adrenal Fatigue – ReSet and ReCover the Dr. Dean Way!

Conventional medicine has a very narrow definition of adrenal function that swings between the two extremes of the adrenals being “entirely normal” or “totally destroyed.” Recently a customer reported that her endocrinologist […]

Magnesium and Vitamin D – It Takes Two to Tango! CarolynDeanLiveRadio

Did you know that Vitamin D should be taken together with magnesium to activate this nutrient? Nutrients don’t work alone, and the Vitamin D Council recommends that Vitamin D be taking with its essential […]

Magnesium Supplementation -Determining Your Needs

Magnesium is super critical! BUT – how do you know what form of magnesium to take and how much to take every day? And, can you take it with the other supplements you are taking now? And, will it interfere with your prescription drugs?