Magnesium & Men – A Powerful Partnership

Posted by Tami Gaines on Jul 23, 2018 3:10:10 PM


Magnesium is important for us from before we are born until our last breath in life.  The fact that Magnesium diminishes with age and illness should give us a clue as to Magnesium’s vital place in health and sexuality. 

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Demystifying the Forms of Magnesium

Posted by Tami Gaines on Jul 23, 2018 10:51:07 AM

Magnesium is one of the most abundant minerals in the human body, and 50% of magnesium is located in the bones. Magnesium is a necessary cofactor for over 300 biochemical reactions in the human body. These chemical reactions help the body do everything from building muscles, maintaining nerve function, promoting a healthy heart, and sustaining optimal immune system function.

There are many forms of magnesium and understanding what each does can  be tricky.  Here’s a simple guide to the nine types of Magnesium.


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Magnesium: Where Oh Where Has It Gone?

Posted by Tami Gaines on Jul 23, 2018 10:44:35 AM

Magnesium has come of age.  Studies about Magnesium deficiency began nearly 30 years ago when the U.S. government studied the standard American diet and found that not only is the typical American diet deficient in Magnesium but it increases the need for Magnesium in the body.  Confused?  Let me explain.

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Am I Magnesium Deficient? No Blood Test Needed

Posted by Tami Gaines on Jul 23, 2018 10:39:30 AM

Magnesium is critically important to our optimal health.  Yet, most people wouldn't know if they were Magnesium deficient.  Blood tests don't work because they test Magnesium levels inside the blood.  Magnesium resides inside cells and bones.  Any blood test results would be misleading when it comes to determining Magnesium deficiency.

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The Power of Transdermal Magnesium Delivery

Posted by Tami Gaines on Jul 23, 2018 10:35:08 AM

Magnesium is quickly becoming increasingly interesting to the mainstream -- those looking to heal themselves naturally rather than resorting to prescription drugs or surgery.  With the plethora of Magnesium supplements on the market, the question becomes which, what and how to take it?

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Magnesium Manages Stress

Posted by Tami Gaines on Jul 23, 2018 10:25:18 AM

There are over a dozen major metabolic processes that are affected by stress and the release of adrenaline, including heart rate, blood pressure, blood vessel construction and muscular contraction.  Each of these functions requires Magnesium and leads to wasting of this important mineral if the symptoms continue.

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