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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Vitamin D Needs Magnesium

Taking Vitamin D is futile without Magnesium.

When you take Vitamin D but do not have enough Magnesium, you will increase the Magnesium deficiency.

Taking Vitamin D does not raise Vitamin D levels when Magnesium deficiency is present.


Do you have a Magnesium deficiency? Here are some symptoms:


Hypertension or high blood pressure





High Cholesterol

Muscle Cramps

Chronic Back Pain


Muscular Pain


Heart Disease

Atrial Fibrillation

Heart Palpitations



Sudden Death in patients with Congestive Heart Failure


Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Kidney Stones

Why are we deficient in Magnesium? It's in a lot of foods!

1. Prescription drugs
2. Caffeine
3. Calcium is a Magnesium antagonist
4. Fortified foods contain more Magnesium antagonists
5. Whole grains - due to phytates and fiber leeching out Magnesium

Interesting article:
Nearly everyone has a Magnesium deficiency and doesn't know it.

More on Magnesium

Dr. Lutz in his book: Life Without Bread discusses how a high carbohydrate diet interferes with absorption of vitamins and minerals.
Confused yet? Don't feel that way. Just count your carbs and keep it at 72 grams a day.

See you at the table...the adjusting table.

--Dr. Lisa

Your Health Freedom Advocate

Vital Aging

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