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The Poor Kids

Being as this is 2020, and the pandemic has ruined everyone’s life, I thought I’d write about the poor kids. Now, I’m speaking a bit tongue in cheek here. I do feel bad for children having to endure the loss of friendships and being forced to stay at home to do schoolwork. Fortunately, the good news in all of this is children don’t need to worry much about COVID19; not nearly as much as those who are over 60 and/or have pre-existing health conditions do. However, it’s still a good idea to help support children’s immune systems during the fall and winter months as the likelihood of a seasonal cold infecting them is still pretty high. Today I’m going to cover...

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Canceled

As you know, everything’s getting canceled right now. 4th of July fireworks? Canceled. The Olympics? Canceled. The school year? Canceled. It’s a crazy time to be alive, but one thing that will not be canceled is our commitment to helping to keep you well. Read on if you want to see how you can benefit from Magnesium Malate and why it’s preferred over many of the other varieties of magnesium you could take. Why You REALLY Can’t Skip Out on Magnesium To support your health, maintaining magnesium levels is a no-brainer. Magnesium serves as a cofactor in 300 enzymatic systems and is involved in 600 separate cellular reactions. If you were to pull all of your magnesium out of your body right...

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Why Low Magnesium Levels Aren’t Normal

Ok, this isn’t normal. Over the past 100 or so years something that’s completely abnormal has taken place in America. And it’s creating some disturbing effects in society. The issue is falling levels of magnesium circulating in our body. Dr. Wiggy has written about how falling magnesium levels are the result of food-based sources of magnesium changing in how much magnesium they deliver.  More than 100 years ago, before the advent of modern agricultural techniques, our soil was rich in magnesium. Now that we harvest on the same land over and over again the magnesium levels we’d get from natural sources are beginning to fall. And because we’re not getting enough magnesium it’s causing us to lose sleep, as well...

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Our Only Must-Have Mineral?

Magnesium is a must-have supplement. That’s right, a must-have supplement, one you should take as often as you could. Why should you take it every day? Why is Magnesium a Must-Have Supplement? When it comes to supplements there are very few that fall into the “must-have” category. In fact, you could almost argue that other than magnesium, there aren’t any others. An argument for vitamin K-2 can certainly be made, but we won’t go into that. The reason we believe magnesium is a must-have is owing to the fact that it’s essential for more than 300 different enzymatic processes throughout the body, and because most people (80% of Americans) simply don’t get enough of it in their diet. Now you...

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Bedtime Tricks That Help Improve Blood Sugar

If you’re getting 7-9 hours not only are you doing yourself a lot of favors healthwise… You’re also putting yourself on a path to better or worse blood sugar. Mainly depending on what you do right before you go to sleep. Obviously, if you’re reading this, you want improved blood sugar. So that’s why I’m going to offer up some helpful tips that’ll improve your blood sugar so when you wake up, you’re starting the day off with the best blood sugar possible. 3 Easy Ways To Improve Blood Sugar Before You Go to Sleep 1 - Ditch the screen: Decades ago it would have been unthinkable that you could take a TV into bed with you. Now it’s pretty...

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