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Thursday, January 16, 2020

MAGNESIUM

Low magnesium associated with 11-52% greater risk of coronary artery disease

Low serum magnesium levels were associated with an 11% greater risk of coronary disease in men and a 52% greater risk in women during a 27-year followup according to a study of 14,446 people.

The study compared the top one-fifth to the bottom one-fifth.

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Wednesday, November 20, 2019

POTASSIUM & DEMENTIA

The one-fourth of people consuming the most magnesium were 37% less likely to have dementia

The one-fourth of people consuming the most magnesium were 37% less likely to have dementia compared to the one-fourth consuming the least according to a study of 1081 people 60 and older living in Japan.

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Thursday, May 03, 2018

MAGNESIUM

Increasing dietary magnesium by 100 mg per day associated with 10% reduction in the risk of death

Increasing dietary magnesium intake by 100 mg per day is associated with a 10% reduction in the risk of death during a 4-30 year follow-up according to an analysis of 40 studies totaling more than one million people.

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MAGNESIUM

Increasing dietary magnesium by 100 mg per day is associated with 22% reduction in heart failure

Increasing dietary magnesium intake by 100 mg per day is associated with a 22% reduction in the risk of congestive heart failure according to an analysis of 40 studies totaling more than one million people.

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MAGNESIUM

Increasing dietary magnesium by 100 mg per day is associated with 7% reduction in stroke

Increasing dietary magnesium intake by 100 mg per day is associated with a 7% reduction in the risk of stroke according to an analysis of 40 studies totaling more than one million people.

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MAGNESIUM

Increasing dietary magnesium by 100 mg per day is associated with a 19% reduction in type 2 diabetes

Increasing dietary magnesium intake by 100 mg per day is associated with a 19% reduction in the risk of type 2 diabetes according to an analysis of 40 studies totaling more than one million people.

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Monday, February 13, 2012

VITAMIN D

Excess Vitamin D causes a magnesium deficiency in the heart according to Zane Kime, MD (1980)

Too much vitamin D causes a magnesium deficiency in the heart which may be responsible for an increase in heart attacks caused by excessive vitamin D according to a wonderful book published in 1980 called "Sunlight Could Save Your Life" by Zane Kime, MD. Read the entire article | Email this article
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VITAMIN D

Excess Vitamin D causes heart attacks in animals according to Zane Kime, MD (1980)

Excess vitamin D causes hardening of the arteries and heart attacks in experimental animals according to a wonderful book published in 1980 called "Sunlight Could Save Your Life" by Zane Kime, MD. Read the entire article | Email this article
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VITAMIN D

Excess Vitamin D irritates the lining of blood vessels according to Zane Kime, MD (1980)

Vitamin D irritates the lining of blood vessels according to a wonderful book published in 1980 called "Sunlight Could Save Your Life" by Zane Kime, MD. Read the entire article | Email this article
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Thursday, February 09, 2012

CALCIUM

Men consuming 523 mg of dietary magnesium per day 6% MORE likely to die over 10 years vs 387 mg

The one-third of men consuming the most dietary magnesium -- an average of 523 mg per day -- were 6% MORE likely to die over the next 10 years compared to the one-third of men consuming the least dietary magnesium -- an average of 387 mg per day -- according to a study that followed 23,366 Swedish men, aged 45–79 years, who were NOT taking dietary supplements.

However, this difference was not statistically significant which means it could have been due to random chance.

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Sunday, January 29, 2012

MAGNESIUM & DIABETES

Magnesium intake reduces risk of diabetes by 14% for every 100 mg increase in daily intake

The risk of Type 2 diabetes is 14% lower for every 100 mg increase in magnesium intake per day in people with a body mass index over 25 (overweight or obese) according to a study from China.


"This meta-analysis provides further evidence supporting that magnesium intake is significantly inversely associated with risk of type 2 diabetes in a dose-response manner," the authors of the study concluded.


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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

RECTAL CANCER

Women with the highest magnesium intake had a 55% lower risk of rectal cancer

The one-fifth of women with the highest magnesium intake -- more than 255 mg per day -- had a 55% lower risk of rectal cancer than the one-fifth of women with the lowest magnesium intake -- less than 209 mg per day -- according to a study from Sweden. Read the entire article | Email this article
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COLON CANCER

Women with the highest magnesium intake had a 34% lower risk of colon cancer

The one-fifth of women with the highest magnesium intake -- more than 255 mg per day -- had a 34% lower risk of colon cancer than the one-fifth of women with the lowest magnesium intake -- less than 209 mg per day -- according to a study from Sweden. Read the entire article | Email this article
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