Optimum magnesium intake might prevent ADD/ADHD, Alzheimer’s and mental decline

Magnesium, the fourth most abundant mineral in the body, plays a crucial role in activating over 300 chemical responses. It is responsible for the proper formation of bones, maintaining normal muscle function, regulating body temperature, and proper absorption of calcium. Increasingly, medical science is coming to believe that magnesium and other minerals missing from today’s diet might prevent cognitive disorders such as ADD, ADHD and bipolar disorder, as well as help prevent Alzheimer’s and mental decline as we age. (more…)

New Study Reveals How Aluminium Promotes Cancer Growth

Symptoms of Aluminum Toxicity:

Early Toxicity:  Flatulence, headaches, colic, dryness of skin and mucous membranes, tendency for colds, burning pain in the head relieved by food, heartburn, aversion to meat

We are all unwillingly exposed to a range of cancer-causing chemicals and substances every day. One substance that the globalists and government don’t want you know about that could be causing you considerable harm and health problems is aluminium. (more…)

Anti-coagulant Pradaxa Boosts Cardiac Danger

Boehringer Ingelheim GmbH’s anti-coagulant Pradaxa increases a patient’s risk of heart attack or severe chest pain, according to a review of studies conducted on the drug.

An analysis of seven clinical trials found that it was “significantly associated with a higher risk” of heart attacks and acute coronary syndrome, or ACS, a designation that includes heart attacks and chest pain, researchers wrote in a report published today in the Archives of Internal Medicine. (more…)

Heart drug in death risk

Here’s an urgent warning for the hundreds of thousands of Americans who’ve taken the heart drug Multaq: The FDA says it may double the risk of death in some patients.

The alert comes out of a recent study cut short earlier this summer by the drug’s maker, Sanofi-Aventis — but the company didn’t bother to mention that whopper of a death risk at the time.

Nope, they only made a vague reference to a “significant increase” in heart problems and said in a press release that “patients currently taking Multaq should not stop their therapy and should consult their treating physician should they have any questions.” (more…)

Prevent Sudden Death with this Mineral

I’ve always been a big fan of magnesium because it’s such a multi-tasking tool for good health. So it wasn’t surprising when my eye caught a report in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition on magnesium’s ability to significantly slash the risk of sudden cardiac death.(1)

First a little background on this marvelous mineral. Magnesium is an essential mineral that is required to sustain healthy blood vessels, generate cellular energy, and maintain healthy nerve and muscle function. Known as the relaxation mineral because of its ability to relax muscle spasms, magnesium is required for more than 300 critical biochemical reactions throughout the body and it’s especially important to heart health. (more…)

Cardiac Arrhythmias May Be Caused by Nutritional Deficiencies

Dear Pharmacist,

I have been experiencing what my cardiologist calls “benign” arrhythmias for 2 years. They come and go, and I am unable to link them to any activities, foods or medicines.

We’ve tried digoxin and beta blockers, which didn’t work. He says he can fix them with ablation and a pacemaker or just leave them alone for now. Sometimes they make me lightheaded and I get frightened.

Do you think I should do the procedure?

–S.C., Denver, Colorado (more…)