Tag: Vitamin D

Your Head and Heart – Magnesium Deficiency in Migraines and Heart Disease – Carolyn Dean MD ND

On tonight’s live radio show, Dr. Carolyn Dean takes a closer look at the relationship between migraines and heart disease. The reference study for this comparison connects restless leg and heart disease, two […]

What Do You Mean 
”Too Much Vitamin D?”

I’ve written many posts where I discuss the relationship among magnesium, calcium, Vitamin D, and Vitamin K; the magnesium factor; the calcium myth, and Vitamin K2 recommendations. Today I am going to share one of my […]

Are You Confused about Supplementing with Magnesium, Calcium, Vitamins D and K2?

“I’m taking 20,000iu of Vitamin D because my doctor said it was low….I just got out of the hospital with a kidney stone….What do you think caused that?” “I have osteoporosis, and […]

Highlights from SDRM 
Magnesium Research Conference

The International Society for the Development of Research on Magnesium held its conference March 20-22, 2019 at the National Institute of Health (“NIH”) in Bethesda, Maryland. The title of the conference was, […]

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 […]