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The vital link

Contrary to what many people believe, it is not calcium that we need the most, but magnesium. Magnesium is an essential trace element. Our daily requirements for magnesium are 350 to 480 mg / day for pregnant women.

In the 19th century, magnesium deficiency did not exist. 500 grams of whole bread was enough to bring the necessary intake. The bread we eat today only brings in very small quantities. Magnesium is an essential trace element that has largely disappeared from our diet because of the refining process of sugar, grains, salt and because of intensive agriculture and soil mineral depletion. Magnesium is not a medicine, it is a nutrient essential to life.

Magnesium is necessary to all biochemical processes in the organism, to the metabolism, the synthesis of nucleic acids and proteins as well as other essential processes such as cellular reproduction, energy production and transmission of nerve impulses. Magnesium is deeply bound to calcium because it ensures its fixation. And intervenes in calcium metabolism on the parathyroid glands. At the cellular level, it controls and regulates the entry of calcium into the cell and intracellular fluids. It is one of the main nutrient in the nerve cell and its deficiency is related to various disorders of the nervous system including nervousness, depression, insomnia or anxiety.

The French researcher ML Robinet demonstrated in the general amazement that Magnesium deficiencies of the soil were fitting perfectly the map of suicides across the french territory. The difference between the suicide rate of the depleted soil regions and the rate of the regions rich in magnesium is tremendous, up to 60%. Magnesium is a well known natural antidepressant.

It is now proven that magnesium is present in all tissues and organs, as well as participating in the proper functioning of all major functions of the body without exception. Since the body has no reserves of this mineral, a daily intake to meet its physiological needs is important.



Use by the body

It is proven that magnesium is present in all tissues and organs, as well as participating in the smooth running of all the main functions of the body without exception. As the body has no reserves of this mineral, a daily intake to meet its physiological needs is important.



Symptoms of Magnesium deficiency

Chronic fatigue, lack of energy, emotional reactions, depressions, psychotic behavior, rapid impulse, confusion, anger, nervousness, irritability, inability to think clearly, insomnia, muscle spasms, tremors, convulsions, excessive sensitivity to pain, vascular problems, artery hardening, arthritis, cardiovascular disorders, fibromyalgia, vascular spasms, spasmophilia, palpitations, cramps.





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http://www.lenaturel.ca/fr/bv-minerals/magnesium.html
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Without Magnesium, nothing works !



Contrary to what many people believe, it is not calcium that we need most, but magnesium. A essential trace element which has largely disappeared from our diet due to the refining of cereals but also from the depletion of soils in mineral elements. In the 19th century, magnesium deficiency did not exist. 500gr of wholemeal bread was enough to bring the necessary intake of magnesium. The bread we eat today provides only a fraction of this.

Magnesium is a nutrient essential for life. It is necessary for all the biochemical processes of the organism, for metabolism, for the synthesis of nucleic acids and proteins, and other essential processes such as cell reproduction, energy production and the transmission of nerve impulses.

Magnesium is deeply linked to calcium since it ensures its fixation. and is involved in calcium metabolism on the parathyroid glands. At the cellular level, it controls and regulates the entry of calcium into the cell and intra-cellular fluids. It is one of the main foods of the nerve cell and its deficiency is linked to various disorders of the nervous system including nervousness, depression, insomnia or anxiety.

The French researcher ML Robinet demonstrated in general amazement that the deficiencies of the magnesium soil could be perfectly superimposed on the suicide map. The difference between the suicide rate in poor regions and that in regions rich in magnesium is significant, more than 60%. Magnesium is a natural antidepressant.



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Use by the body


It is proven that magnesium is present in all tissues and organs, as well as participating in the smooth running of all the main functions of the body without exception. As the body has no reserves of this mineral, a daily intake to meet its physiological needs is important.



Symptoms of Magnesium deficiency


Chronic fatigue, lack of energy, emotional reactions, depressions, psychotic behavior, rapid impulse, confusion, anger, nervousness, irritability, inability to think clearly, insomnia, muscle spasms, tremors, convulsions, excessive sensitivity to pain, vascular problems, artery hardening, arthritis, cardiovascular disorders, fibromyalgia, vascular spasms, spasmophilia, palpitations, cramps.



Positive action observed


Anxiety and anxiety related symptoms : feeling of lump in the throat, feeling of oppression in the chest, palpitations, sleep disturbances, hyperemotivity etc ...

Various pains without organic or functional explanation, most often resulting in headache or migraines, pain vertebral, poorly systemic muscle and joint pain.

- Immunity: Magnesium activates the phagocytic power of leukocytes.

- Various infections: it generates a non-specific antibody, properdin (magnesian protide) which is a powerful bactericide.

- Shock states (and operational shocks): Prevents metabolic breakdowns and helps to restore it.

Hepatic insufficiency: it activates enzymes for the regeneration of sugars.

- Pregnancy: from the 2nd month, the magnesium level generally collapses in pregnant women, because of the needs of the fetus.

- Thrombosis: it activates thrombocytes. It is the best anti-coagulant and the best anti-thrombic. Indispensable the last days before childbirth and the following two weeks.

- Nervous balance: the nervous system is dependent on the calcium / magnesium balance. If there is a break in balance, the brain function is affected.

- Digestion: it activates digestive enzymes.

- Vitamins: vitamin C is only active in the presence of magnesium ions.

- Cardiovascular system: magnesium ions help to thin the blood and soften the vessels, calm the nerves, prevent formation of atheromas. Regulates the rhythm of the heartbeat, stimulates good cholesterol, reduces the triglyceride level.

- Aging: with age, the magnesium content of blood and cells tends to decrease. Magnesium taken in regular doses slows the cell aging and keeps free radicals away.

- Wounds: any wound is a dangerous breach leaving room for the invasion of poisons and microbes. The body immediately reacts by mobilizing antibodies, leukocytes, microphages that attack microbes, macrophages that attack large animals foreign elements, while the thrombocytes try to seal the opening. The phagocytic power of leukocytes, activated by the magnesium is increased up to 300%. Any wound should be submitted internally and externally with magnesium. This method does not have the disadvantages of alcoholic products that partially necrotize wound cells, hindering thus the work of healing.












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