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Magnesium Chloride vs Magnesium Sulphate

I have been asked many times about the differences between magnesium chloride and magnesium sulphate, commonly known as Epsom Salts. There is a great article a bout it written by… Read more »

Magnesium & Diabetes

Diabetes is on the rise in the UK and all over the world. Globally, it is estimated that there are 285 million people with diabetes now, and this number is… Read more »

Magnesium and Muscle Cramps

Leg cramps are sudden, involuntary contractions of the calf muscles or muscles in the soles of the feet that occur during the night or while at rest. The cramps can… Read more »

Magnesium Linked To Aging Mystery & Calcifications

The balance of magnesium and calcium is vital in prevention of ageing. Adenosine triphosphate, the “energy currency” of the cell, is magnesium dependent. This means it is obvious that the calcium pump at the cell membrane is also magnesium dependent.

Without enough “biologically available” magnesium, the cellular calcium pump slows down. Thus a vicious cycle is established. The low levels of available magnesium inhibit the generation of energy, and the low levels of energy inhibit the calcium pump. The end result? The mitochondrion, the powerhouse of the cell and the entire body, becomes calcified. This is the beginning of aging. It all starts in the cell. First the cells age. This leads to organ aging. And after the organs age, individual aging occurs.