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Magnesium deficiency clarified,
This review is from: The Magnesium Miracle (Paperback)Although there is a lot of rather technical information in this book, it also sheds light on the many symptoms of magnesium deficiency; all leading to the conclusion that it is best to take it as a supplement, as it will certainly help one of your problems.
I certainly find the New Era homeopathic remedy Magnesium Sulphate very helpful when I get restless legs in bed. They act quite quickly and very effectively.
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Initial post: 12 Jan 2011 22:09:48 GMT
Stuart Porter says:
A friend of mine used to get restless legs. He bought an ebook, that said cut out salt. He did so and no longer gets it. Drinking more water also helps.
Kind regards, Stuart
Posted on 8 Feb 2012 01:32:16 GMT
Regarding your comment, "it is best to take it as a supplement". Is this the conclusion the book comes to? There can be problems (eg., imbalances with other nutrients; plus aren't magnesium supplements laxatives?) in taking supplements. Far better (surely!) to get magnesium from magnesium-rich foods. E.g., from green leafy vegetables, like Spinach; from nuts (like almonds, brazil nuts and walnuts); from bananas; from beans & peas; from sunflower and pumpkin seeds.
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