There is something "invisible" that may affect your heart health.
There is something that "you need" for your heart health.
If there is any "1" thing that I have learned about heart health - it is that there is "1" thing that is extremely important. In fact, it can be the "1" thing that can save someone from an instantaneous deadly heart attack. It is magnesium. It could be the answer for an out of control arrhythmia or erratic heartbeat.
There are many things that may cause your arrhythmia or affect heart health.
KEEP READING...you need to know this. #1 Heart help is magnesium.
Going back as far as 1990 the Journal of the American Medical Association reported that well over half of hospitalized patients were seriously low in magnesium. Unfortunately, the reporting of these findings were not done by the physicians in the hospital but by respected scientists and researchers doing the study. **
The sad truth of it all is over 90% of these physicians never ordered any magnesium test!
Here is a fact that everyone MUST remember. Do not accept that your magnesium levels are normal if your doctor has ordered the inferior "serum" magnesium test.
Here is the kicker!
If your serum magnesium levels are shown to be high your doctor may assume everything is fine and lead you to believe there is nothing to worry about. This is 100% incorrect and could be deadly!
Why you may ask?
Because as the magnesium inside the heart cell goes down, the body tries to compensate. So the serum magnesium actually goes up!The serum magnesium can actually be high or even too high, when at that same time your RBC magnesium (inside the heart cells) is so low you could have an instantaneous fatal heart attack. Ask for an RBC magnesium test to be done.
So #1 thing you need... and #1 thing to avoid...
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