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Our unique super-nutrient from the ocean provides the body with an increase in residual energy that builds up significantly when it is ingested on a daily basis.
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Flax Seed Oil contains lignans, which are naturally antibacterial and are currently being studied for their ability to bind to estrogen receptors and interfere with potentially cancer causing affects on tissue, especially breast tissue. It is considered to be a complete amino acid (which assists the body with adequately absorbing nutrients). Flax Seed Oil contains natural soluble and insoluble fiber. And it has also been long used topically or treating abrasions and blemishes on the skin.
Considered to be nature’s best source of vegetarian Omega-3 fatty acids, which contribute to a healthy heart, skin joints, cell membranes and is an excellent energy generator. Flax Seed Oil (sometimes called Linseed Oil) helps promote overall well-being while being an excellent source of quality protein.
Ingesting this oil in its cold-pressed state allows one to maximize the effectiveness of the beneficial properties found in the seeds, without the potential digestive issues sometimes associated with eating the seeds themselves. It is also very liver-friendly and quickly integrate into the body.
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The Power Of Magnesium!
Dear Valued Customers,
Magnesium may be the single most important mineral you can put into your body, yet most Americans and Brit’s are deficient in magnesium. In fact, most doctor’s patients have suboptimal magnesium levels, and that’s one of the reasons they are sick in the first place. Recall that there are only two causes of disease—deficiency and toxicity—and magnesium deficiency is epidemic.
Remember that your health is all about the health of your cells. To survive, each cell requires a proper mineral balance. Only if a normal balance is maintained will the cell be able to generate all of the energy it needs and drive all of the thousands of chemical reactions that are necessary to keep you fully functional and in good health. When cells are unable to carry out their necessary functions, your health will break down.
Because magnesium is fundamental to so many chemical reactions in the body, it has been called the “master mineral.” Over 330 different enzyme systems rely upon magnesium for their catalytic action. So without sufficient magnesium, the body degenerates rapidly and ages prematurely as it fails to produce energy, is unable to produce critical chemicals, accumulates toxins, and becomes too acidic. Magnesium also protects cells from the effects of toxic metals like aluminium, beryllium, cadmium, lead, mercury, and nickel.
Magnesium deficiency plays a huge role in heart disease, which may cause angina, arrhythmia, congestive heart failure, high blood pressure, mitral valve prolapse, and sudden heart attacks. Magnesium is essential for nervous system functions. A deficiency can cause anxiety, depression, memory loss, migraines, muscle spasms, leg cramps, and seizures. Magnesium deficiency also contributes to obesity and diabetes. Magnesium is necessary for the reaction that allows insulin to transport glucose into cells to be burned. When magnesium is lacking, both glucose and insulin remain high in the blood, causing the glucose to be stored as fat and the high insulin to cause diabetes. Even kidney stones and osteoporosis are caused by magnesium deficiency, not to mention muscle pain and back pain. Magnesium deficiency causes dramatic increases in free radicals, resulting in premature aging and disease. Magnesium deficiency is also associated with low levels of potassium in the blood. Magnesium helps to control cellular pH. As you can see, magnesium deficiency is a cause of many of the common disease conditions in our society.
Due to soil depletion and food processing, more than 80 percent of Americans are deficient in magnesium. Magnesium is so lacking in our diet that supplementation is essential. As usual, the problem is to find a good supplement.
Most of the magnesium supplements on the market are watered down with fillers and impurities and contain low concentrations of actual magnesium. Most contain magnesium oxide, which has a bioavailability of about four percent. For every dollar you spend to purchase magnesium oxide, you are wasting 96 cents. Worst of all, you are still magnesium deficient! That is why I highly recommend you use Ease Magnesium. Why? Because it goes directly into your body once sprayed and rubbed in. J And you can apply it anywhere on your body.
If you have a compromised stomach (Leaky gut/Gut permeability – all physical dis-ease starts in our guts!) then taking some of the better Magnesium supplements like: Mag-Citrate and Magnesium–com is great but you may find your body isn’t able to fully absorb, digest and assimilate it.
Maintaining normal pH in your cells is one of the most fundamental things you can do for your health. Magnesium is one of the main minerals that neutralize acid production in the body.
I’ve been using Ease Magnesium (Magnesium Chloride Hexahydrate) since 2011 and I apply it daily on my children (aged 5 and 2 years young) before bed. I believe it helps them sleep better.
Please advise if you require any further information.
Love and Om,
Magnus & Family
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The Power of Activation & Magnesium
Thank you for choosing to take responsibility for your health and that of your family & community by learning more about Magnesium (Mg).
It’s the 7th most ubiquitous mineral in the human body after Calcium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sulphur, Sodium and Chloride. However according to Carolyn Dean, MD, ND, the author of “The Miracle of Magnesium”, it has been estimated that up to 80% of the population is deficient in this vitally important mineral.
Although the body works optimally as a whole unit, we can analyse various macro & micro-nutrients such as fats, vitamins, minerals, bacteria, etc to find out how well or in balance a person truly is. Once the right environmental and or lifestyle distinctions are chosen or made on a regular basis everyone can reach their true OPTIMAL HEALTH.
Were you aware that Magnesium is the activating mineral for nearly 400 different enzymatic reactions in the Human body? That’s more than any other mineral we are presently aware of and too little magnesium literally impacts your body negatively in hundreds of different ways.
For example: Magnesium deficiency can cause the development of a number of health challenges: including asthma, diabetes, osteoporosis, and even teeth grinding and leg cramps. Lack of sufficient magnesium to calcium ratios can also cause senility and cause arteries to harden, putting you at risk for heart problems. And what makes the issue even worse is that magnesium is much harder for your body to absorb and utilise than calcium. This fact alone makes a joke of the standard 2:1 ratio of calcium to magnesium found in most supplements. Based on absorption, the ratio provided by most supplements is much closer to 6:1 or even 8:1 in favour or calcium — a very unhealthy ratio.
The health of your bones depends on many factors including the levels of magnesium, boron, and vitamin D than it does on calcium. In fact the overconsumption of calcium is just plain damaging to your bones, arteries and your health in general. The bottom line is that magnesium is the most important major mineral needed by your body, and unfortunately the one that is most often depleted.
Another relatively magnesium study published in 2010 by doctors at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill suggests that getting plenty of magnesium could help you ward off diabetes. Researchers discovered that participants who took in the highest amounts of magnesium from foods or vitamins were half as likely to end up with diabetes 20 years later than the participants who took the lowest amounts of magnesium.
One key factor that makes magnesium intake even more important is the body’s inability to store excess magnesium for later use. It would therefore make perfect healThy sense to ensure you’re getting enough magnesium in every meal, and may even want to consider a magnesium supplement.
If you choose to take any Magnesium orally ensure the Mg comes with B-6 (Pyriodoxal 5 Phosphate) and the magnesium is in a Citrate form and or may include magnesium Aspartate, Ascorbate & Orotate.
According to Jon Barron, in a recent study, women who consumed the most magnesium in their diets slashed their risk of sudden cardiac death (SCD) by 37 percent compared to those with the lowest intakes. Further, for every 0.25 mg/dL increase in blood levels of magnesium, the women had a 41 percent lower risk of SCD.
A similar 15-year long study published in 2009 also found that people with the highest blood levels of magnesium had a 40 percent reduction in the risk of SCD, compared to those with the lowest magnesium levels.
Sudden cardiac death often occurs because the electrical impulses in your heart become rapid and chaotic leading to an irregular heart rhythm (arrhythmia) that causes your heart to suddenly stop beating. Magnesium is anti-arrhythmic, which means it helps to suppress abnormal rhythms of the heart, thereby lowering your risk of SCD.
What are the Best Dietary Sources of Magnesium, and who might be deficient?
Green leafy vegetables like spinach, Kavalo Nero, Curly Kale, Spinach and Swiss chard are excellent sources of magnesium, so are some beans, nuts and seeds, like almonds, Brazil nuts, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds and sesame seeds, as well as herbs like Dried Coriander. Avocadoes are also a good source.
Surveys suggest, however, that many Americans are not getting enough magnesium from diet alone. As the National Institutes of Health Office of Dietary Supplements states:
” … dietary surveys suggest that many Americans do not get recommended amounts of magnesium … there is concern that many people may not have enough body stores of magnesium because dietary intake may not be high enough. Having enough body stores of magnesium may be protective against disorders such as cardiovascular disease and immune dysfunction.”
There are other factors that can make you more susceptible to magnesium deficiency, including:
Leaky Gut (damaged internal mucosal barrier) or Dysbiosis (Unhealthy build-up of bad bacteria in your stomach) An unhealthy digestive system impairs your body’s ability to absorb magnesium, which potentially could lead to IBS, Crohn’s disease, etc.).
Unhealthy kidneys, which contribute to excessive loss of magnesium in urine.
Diabetes, especially if it’s poorly controlled, leading increased magnesium loss in urine.
Drinking alcoholic drinks – up to 60 percent of alcoholics have low blood levels of magnesium.
Older adults (50+) are more likely to be magnesium deficient because absorption decreases with age (such as poor HCL production, H Pylori challenge, dehydration, toxins, internal pathogens, etc) and the elderly are more likely to take medications that can interfere with absorption levels too.
Certain medications such as diuretics, antibiotics and mediations used to treat cancer can all result in a magnesium deficiency.
One vitally important fact to bring to your attention is the levels of magnesium in our foods are dependent on the levels of magnesium in the soil where they’re grown. Organic foods may have more magnesium, as most fertiliser used on conventional farms relies heavily on nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium instead of magnesium.
Ideally consume plenty of organic leafy green vegetables, nuts and seeds every day to keep your magnesium stores replenished. Green vegetable juicing can be beneficial.
According to Dr Mercola, some early signs & symptoms of a magnesium deficiency include:
• Loss of appetite
• Nausea and vomiting
• Fatigue and weakness
On-going magnesium deficiency can lead to:
• Numbness and tingling
• Muscle contractions and cramps
• Personality changes
• Abnormal heart rhythms
• Coronary spasms
If you suspect you are low in magnesium, the best way to consume this mineral is through organically bound magnesium, which is found in organic green, leafy vegetables. Other excellent foods high in magnesium as mentioned above are:
• Some beans and peas
The Most Common Cause of High Blood Pressure:
One of the most common contributing factors of high blood pressure is magnesium deficiency. Another factor too is your body’s ability to produce too much insulin when stressed or consuming dysfunctional products or high GI foods. As your insulin levels rise, it causes your blood pressure to increase.
Research published in 1998 in the journal Diabetes reported that nearly two-thirds of the test subjects who were insulin resistant also had high blood pressure.
As a reminder according to Mike Adams at www.naturalnews.com six areas of health that cannot do without magnesium.
1. Magnesium helps control heart beat rhythms. Low magnesium leads to arrhythmia, palpitations, atrial fibrillation, or even sudden cardiac arrest. It also acts as a calcium channel blocker for the heart and protects against heart muscle spasms.
2. Magnesium deficiency can affect the nervous system beyond improperly timed heart muscle stimulation. Mental irritability and muscular tension can consume someone who’s lacking sufficient magnesium.
3. Magnesium is essential to glutathione production in the body from properly provided precursors, such as NAC. The master mineral magnesium helps provide the master antioxidant glutathione.
4. Glutathione is able to revitalize all other antioxidants that have scavenged their fill of electron radicals and recycle them back into doing their business again. Very vital for overall immunity.
Research has uncovered a common thread among fibromyalgia sufferers, they are usually very low in magnesium.
5. Magnesium deficiency is also common amongst Type II diabetes sufferers. With heavy magnesium supplementing, diabetes peripheral neuropathy symptoms and coronary artery disease improve. Insulin sensitivity improves and fasting glucose levels decline when magnesium is supplemented.
6. Twitches, spasms, convulsions, restless leg syndrome, sensitivity to light or sound, hypertension, and a multitude of nervous system symptoms that can be attributed to other diseases may all be from magnesium deficiency. Magnesium affects the brain and nervous system in many unimagined ways.
Finally, 7. Magnesium is required for the proper formation of Vitamin D3 in the Human body. Bottom line without enough Mg in out body’s we will not reap the huge benefits of this amazing fat soluble Pro-hormone (D3) which can activate positively over 2000 of our genes.
Supplementing Magnesium Transdermally
Magnesium from supplements may well be necessary for many people. The problem is magnesium supplements are not so easy to assimilate and absorb where needed. This challenge has given rise to transdermal magnesium which is applied topically and absorbed into the blood through the skin. Magnesium Chloride Hexahydrate (Mg Cl2. 6H20) comes in a solution of ultra purified water. This is the purest form of Magnesium on the planet. It can be sprayed and rubbed onto any external location on the body away from eyes, mouth and any broken or damaged skin. AVOID MUCOUS MEMBRANES! One of the best uses is after showing or bathing.
A cheaper transdermal method for taking in magnesium is through Epsom salt baths. Some use it orally on occasion to ease muscular tension and restlessness upon retiring. But Epsom salts magnesium is packaged with some impurities, so use with caution.
I hope you enjoyed reading this short article about the major benefits and shortcomings of magnesium. Please feel free to contact me if you have any further questions.
Wishing you and yours a joyous, fun loving week.
Yours in health and in happiness
Magnus A. L. Mulliner