Special, Magnesium, The Missing Link to Better Health, 32 Pages (Discontinued Item)
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Posted by Reviewer1972599 on Oct 31, 2012
This is a great wee booklet which explains about magnesium and how many common medical disorders are related or caused by lack of magnesium!
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magnesium the missing link to better health
Posted by KiMaLi on Apr 26, 2013
Learn how taking Magnesium can help you maintain better health. This is a freebie from IHerb. You can get a copy for yourself. A little information goes a long way, knowledge is power! Magnesium is a vital catalyst in enzyme activity, especially those involved in energy production. Supplementing your diet with Magnesium can help prevent depression, dizziness, muscle weakness and twitching, and even with PMS. IHerb usually ships out products within 24 hours. If you found this review to be helpful please click the yes button. Check out the daily and weekly specials for more terrific savings.
not informative enough IMHO...
Posted by PracticalReviews on Oct 26, 2013
i really enjoyed the previous booklets about diabets and minerals better than this one,i didn't managed to learn new stuff about Magnesium from it like i hoped so....you are welcome to rate & read my other reviews
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Posted by Sickness-ELIMINATOR on Dec 21, 2013
Magnesium is a critical but often overlooked nutrient for the prevention of asthma, diabetes, heart disease, insomnia, migraines, osteoporosis, and more. That's not surprising since magnesium plays a key role in over 325 enzyme reactions in the body-from energy production to cholesterol control.
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Just what the doctor didn't think to order.
Posted by PatriciaM on Jun 14, 2013
I have two copies of this, one to keep and one to lend. It explains that what I knew about magnesium was 'way out of date, which is probably true for a lot of us over 60.