Magnesium Liver

magnesium liver

Magnesium Liver ✔️Magnesium glycinate is a fantastic aid for muscle and nerve pain, cramps, spasms, headaches, and migraines–to name a few. It supports the brain and nervous system, which makes it a great choice for those who experience neurological symptoms such as twitching, restless leg syndrome, anxiety, tremors, weak limbs, depression, seizures, TMJ, tics, tingles and numbness, fatigue, and dizziness. It also helps with neurological conditions such as fibromyalgia, MS, Lyme disease, RA, Hashimoto’s, and ME/CFS

✔️If you struggle with sleep issues, magnesium glycinate can be very helpful. If it’s challenging for you to get even a wink of sleep at night, severe lack of magnesium is often in play. Magnesium glycinate helps calm the adrenals, which makes it helpful both for sleeping and for managing stress, hardship, and any challenges during the day and night.

✔️Magnesium glycinate supports blood vessels inside the liver, making them less restricted and more pliable and supple, allowing for easier blood flow throughout the liver. Magnesium gently flushes toxins out of the liver at the same time it calms liver spasms and agitation. It’s responsible for dozens of the liver’s chemical functions, including its adaptation skills. It also helps gently cleanse the intestinal tract, allowing the liver to receive cleaner, less-toxic blood.

✔️Magnesium is a homeostasis mineral which helps keep thyroid hormone production in balance so that the thyroid neither under- nor overproduces hormones.

Do you know?

The colour, shape and texture of your nails can reveal a lot about your health. Some unpleasant and quick changes in your nails may indicate a health issues, disease and even cancer.

Therefore, let’s have a look on the following nail symptoms and their meaning.

1. White spot
White spots on your finger nails are common and usually do not indicate a serious problem. It can be caused by nail trauma (which is not a concern and will disappear on their own), stress and zinc deficiency. If they don’t go away, it might be a sign of fungal infection.

2. Vertical ridges
It is nothing more than normal aging, just like getting wrinkles in your skin. It is common in the elderly which usually appear after 50 years old. Yet, in some cases, this might be a sign of vitamin B12 and Magnesium deficiency.

3. Cracked, brittle or dry Nails
The splitting and cracking of nails might be a result of exposure to chemicals like cleaning products, frequent use of nail polish remover, living in a low humidity area, or always having your hand in water. Other possible causes include fungal infections, hypothyroidism, deficiency in vitamin A, B and C.

4. Horizontal ridges
It mostly occurs when you are stressing out a lot or constantly experiencing nail trauma and injury. It might also a result of high fever, malnutrition or appear on people being treated with chemotherapy. But if you noticed them appear in more than one nail at a time, it might be due to a more dangerous or serious illness like heart disease and kidney infections. It is advisable to go for a medical check-up. Horizontal ridge, which is also known as Beau’s line, are usually a result of circulatory disease, diabetes, zinc deficiency or psoriasis.

5. Nail clubbing
This condition is characterized by enlarged fingertips and nails that curved downward. It is a results of low oxygen supplies in blood and lungs that indicate lung disease. In some extreme case, it is also a sign of liver problem, kidney problem, heart disease, inflammatory bowel disease and even AIDS.

6. Spoon Nails (Koilonychia)
In this case, your nail gets so thin that it starts to curve upwards on the edge and becomes concave. And sometimes it can even hold a drop of water in it. This is a sign of iron deficiency and you can check for iron deficiency anaemia. It might also be caused by trauma or repeated exposure of chemicals like petroleum-based products. In some rare case, it might be a sign of hypothyroidism or heart disease.

7. Pitting
Multiple pits and dents on nails might indicate psoriasis or psoriasis arthritis. Yet, it might also a sign of connective tissue disorder or alopecia areata (an autoimmune disorder that causes hair loss).

8. Yellow nails
You might be using nail polish too often or keeping it on for long periods. Other reasons include vitamin E deficiency, aging and smoking. If your nail becomes thicker and crumbly besides yellow, you might have fungal infection.

9. Terry’s nails
Terry’s nails are white nail plates with a strip of pink seen in all fingers. It is commonly in people with liver disease, but also can be found in congestive heart failure, kidney failure, diabetes and HIV infections. But no worry, it may only a part of normal aging process.

10. Blue Nails
A sign of emphysema, some heart problem and lack of oxygen.

11. Dark vertical band
It is characterized by a pigmented vertical band stretching upwards from cuticle. It is more common on darker skin and may indicate benign moles or malignant melanoma (Subungual melanoma, a cancer that develops under the nails, often affects one nail, typically the thumbs or big toes). However, in most of the cases, you don’t have to get too worried about dark streaks in the fingernails. It might only due to hereditary reasons which don’t need any kind of treatment, or it is the side effects of rheumatoid arthritis and cardiac problems, or due to deficiency of nutrients, aging or kidney issues. But for safe, you should visit doctor and check if the dark band indicate melanoma.

In conclusion, never ignore the voices of your body that is trying to warn you through your nails!
It’s better to be safe than sorry, right ?
??Stay tuned for more voices of your body.

magnesium liver

I’m a doctor during a pandemic and I’m proud of it

I got into this profession, for one thing, to help people. This system has gotten so backward though. Can someone tell me why…

Why don’t doctors tell you to take vitamin D3 in the winter for your immune system with vitamin K2 (There is no sun in most states in the winter which is why numbers fall. Without K2 vitamin D can calcify the arteries)

Why Don’t doctors tell you to use zinc and quercetin instead of prescribing chloro and iver drugs? (These drugs can cause liver and GI damage and cause people to be dizzy and have chest pains)

Why don’t doctors show you the drug insert and go through all the side effects of the drugs they prescribe? (Each drug has an average of 70 side effects and many interact with each other and food which may cause more damage than the disease)

Why don’t doctors tell you that herbs and certain foods can also heal?

Why don’t doctors recommend lemons, strawberries, and acerola cherries to proactively boost your vitamin c levels? (Most vitamin c supplements are not real food and are made from corn and sugar)

Why don’t doctors hand you a food list and nutrition plan when diagnosed with an autoimmune disease when we know they are driven by bad foods? (This is why celiacs and arthritis are directly related to gluten and acid)

Why don’t doctors tell you to lower dairy and sugar in your food and drink lemon tea with honey when you have a cough and congestion? (Studies show honey is as good as cough medicine and dairy increases phlegm)

Why aren’t you informed by your doctor that if you eat something like fish oil or turmeric every day, it will support thinner blood and less inflammation naturally and you don’t need medications? (This is why a person is advised not to eat it while on blood thinning meds)

Why doesn’t your doctor tell you to take activated charcoal after an injection or drugs to reduce headaches, bloating/gas, skin issues, colds, nausea? (Activated charcoal bonds waste/toxins for the removal from the body.)

Why don’t doctor’s tell you to take magnesium or eat foods high in it like black beans when you take vitamin D or magnesium will become depleted? (Magnesium deficiency creates cramping, muscle pain, heart issues, and headaches)

Why don’t doctors mandate exercise and eliminating fast food instead of just a face covering and separation? (Why wear a cover all day except when eating a big mac and coke?)

Why don’t doctors try aloe, green juice, or apple cider vinegar for acid reflux instead of prescribing prilosec or nexium? (Acid reflux drugs cause a 25X increase in kidney failure long term)

Why isn’t your doctor suggesting to take a probiotic daily especially after every time they hand you an antibiotic? (Antibiotics kill our good bacteria which weakens the immune system long-term. Probiotics support healthy immune functions, clean and balance the bowels, regulate absorption and elimination, and help keep colds and allergies at bay.)

Why don’t doctors create a “don’t get sick” lifestyle plan for patients instead of only offering injections and pills? (Diet & lifestyle choices are a major cause of all illness and immune function)

Why don’t doctors test for antibodies and viruses for every thyroid condition instead of handing out thyroid drugs? (80%+ of thyroid conditions are caused by an immune response)

Why don’t doctors tell you to take supplements to support your health prior to becoming sick? (Supplements & herbs can prevent illness by supporting immune function and various organs with their natural functions.)

Why don’t doctors address that 80%+ of hospital visits are due to stress? (Emotions can play a very significant role in our total health. Without tools to help navigate our emotions we can easily become physically ill)

If doctors care then why not do this in their free time?

Why do we stand at the bottom of the hill with an ambulance instead of at the top of the hill with roadblocks?

Why aren’t doctors focusing on “health” instead of “sick: care?

The longer we keep allowing them to do it and asking for more drugs big pharma will keep delivering.

This needs to change! You are the solution!

No one will take better care of you than you.

We just aren’t seeking the right information and demanding to get to the cause.

The Immune You Masterclass helps answer all these questions and more to be your own solution. You can register free at the link.

22 Things to Do in 2022

1. Cut out food dyes (dyes are bad for you, and there are natural options)

2. Stop buying pre-shredded cheese (it is covered in wood pulp and natamycin, an anti-mold chemical)

3. Get rid of Tylenol (it reduces glutathione, is the leading cause of liver failure, and can prolong illnesses)

4. Get 10 – 20 minutes of sun everyday (it’s the best source of vitamin D)

5. Stop using sunscreen (and if you need it, choose a natural option like mineral based. Tidbit: your skin does not make vitamin D if you wear chemical laden synthetic sunscreen.)

6. Walk outside barefoot often (grounding can reduce anxiety and support your immune system)

7. Drink more water (many of us don’t get enough, and water hydrates your body, naturally detoxes you, and can help balance your appetite)

8. Reduce or avoid sugar (there’s no benefit to bleached, white sugar; it’s completely devoid of nutrients. Minimize natural sugars, because sugar is addictive and affects your metabolic health)

9. Say what you mean, and mean what you say (no games in communication; be straight forward and honest about your feelings and boundaries)

10. Get rid of Miralax (it has potentially serious side effects, including neurological issues, and covers up an underlying issue. Check into magnesium, natural fiber supplements, and gut healing instead)

11. Try out probiotic foods, or incorporate them more regularly (they support your immune system, promote gut health, and more)

12. Go to bed when you’re tired (the dishes will wait another day; your health matters)

13. Learn to say no — sometimes (help people where you can, but don’t violate your own boundaries to do it)

14. Buy loose leaf tea (many tea bags are bleached, and aren’t very cost effective. Choose loose leaf, you can even create your own blends!)

15. Wild craft herbs from your yard (dandelions are a good place to start; the whole plant is edible. Good for your liver and rich in vitamins and minerals)

16. Learn to make a new recipe (find something that you love premade and figure out how to make it yourself, it will be healthier and probably tastier!)

17. Make DIY bone or vegetable broth (incorporate onions, garlic, bay leaves, astragalus root, and mushrooms for immune support and flavor)

18. Research something new (pick a topic you’ve always wanted to know about and ask questions and learn more)

19. Question ingredients more. Read labels and google the big words.

20. Banish mainstream body and hygiene products (they contains a lot of ingredients that can cause cancer, skin irritation hormone disruptions and more).

21. Go makeup free more days (you’re beautiful just the way you are, and mainstream makeup contains a lot of unsafe ingredients!)

22. Embrace positive thinking as much as you can (we’ve all been through a lot in the last two years especially; it’s time to move on from it all and do better)

I would add…
23. Sit in silence for at least 20min daily
24. Read the Bible daily.
25. Just say no to fluoride

What would you add? What will you be doing?


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