Have you heard the phrase ‘all-cause mortality’? What is all-cause mortality and in what context is it used? Simply put, it is about the likelihood of dying from anything, any disease, accident, act of violence, anything.
What is Magnesium? Magnesium (Mg) is the 9th most abundant element in the known universe and the 8th most abundant element in the Earth’s crust below iron, oxygen and silicon. It makes up 13% of our planet’s mass and is the 3rd most abundant element dissolved in seawater after sodium and chlorine. Continue reading What is Magnesium→
In this post, ‘early signs – heart disease’ I really want to drive it home to everyone, why most heart disease occurs. If you already have heart disease, or any kind of cardiovascular condition, then you can help to alleviate it. If you don’t have heart disease, don’t get complacent because there’s a high possibility you already have the early signs. In fact, there’s a high possibility that most of our children have the beginnings of cardiovascular disease. Continue reading Early Signs – Heart Disease→
There are a number of different diseases of the heart valves but Mitral Valve Prolapse is one of the most prevalent and I will concentrate on this particular condition. Continue reading What is the Mitral Valve→
Well, to put it simply, when you exercise, your muscles have to do a lot of quick-fire contraction and relaxation. If there is too much Calcium (Ca), which is the element that causes contraction of the muscles and too little Magnesium (Mg), the element that causes relaxation of the muscles, the result will be muscle cramps and lactic acid buildup. Without Mg the muscles can’t relax, hence you get muscle spasms or cramps where the muscle is continually contracting and that contraction cannot release into relaxation. Continue reading Magnesium and Working Out→