[Download] The Magnesium Miracle By Carolyn Dean, MD, ND

The Magnesium Miracle

By: Carolyn Dean, MD, ND
Narrated by: Pam Ward
Length: 10 hours
Release date: Jan 6, 2015
Rating: 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (2 votes, average: 4.50 out of 5)

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Magnesium is an essential nutrient, indispensable to your health and well-being. By adding this mineral to your diet, you are guarding against-and helping to alleviate-such threats as heart disease, stroke, osteoporosis, diabetes, depression, arthritis, and asthma. But despite magnesium's numerous benefits, many Americans remain dangerously deficient. Updated and revised throughout with the latest research, this amazing guide explains the vital role that magnesium plays in your body and life. Inside you will discover:

• newly available magnesium supplements that the body absorbs more efficiently

• a magnesium-rich eating plan as delicious as it is healthy

• information on the link between magnesium and obesity

• why paleo, raw food, and green juice diets can lead to magnesium deficiency

• recent breakthroughs in magnesium's medical and public perception
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10 Responses to “[Download] The Magnesium Miracle By Carolyn Dean, MD, ND”

  1. Ginger

    Read/listen to it. It will change your mind.
    My doctor pleaded with me to read this book. She was so excited about the discovery as she had seen dramatic changes in her patients who were now taking adequate levels of Magnesium supplement. Reluctantly, I downloaded the book from service. I didn’t have much faith in the book changing my life or telling me anything that I didn’t already know. I was wrong. Now, I am PREACHING magnesium to all that will listen! The author makes perfect sense, that many of our health issues in the US, could be from a magnesium deficiency. As the author clearly lays out, the serum magnesium tests that we have been using for years, are useless. Only 1% of Magnesium stays in the bloodstream. So if you have been testing normal, it doesn’t mean your magnesium levels are normal. The newer RBC Magnesium level is more accurate.

    Thank goodness I have a doctor that stays informed on the latest and is constantly honing her craft. She called me with the news about the newest and more accurate test for Magnesium and had me tested. Most doctors haven’t heard of the new test, and therefore don’t think it is credible. Please read this book. It makes perfect sense. I would hope that more doctors become educated on the subject as well.

    Also the author believes that it is impossible to get enough magnesium in our diets without supplementing it, no matter how many organic or healthy foods we eat – Our fruits and veggies are not getting adequate magnesium from the depleted soil, therefore we can’t get it from the plants we consume. She says our soils became depleted around 100 years ago. I didn’t realize that SO many body functions are dependent on adequate amounts of magnesium to function properly. The book taught me a LOT that I didn’t know about Magnesium, and how very important it is, much to my surprise.

    At first, I found the narrator’s voice a little dramatic. “Prissy” is the word that comes to mind. I came to appreciate her though, as her cadence is perfect and she enunciates perfectly.

    The only problem I had with the content, is the repetitiveness of the word, Magnesium. Magnesium is good for this, magnesium is goods for that… and so forth. It would have made more sense to create lists. For example: Magnesium will help with the following: Aside from these two very minor things, I loved this book. It was eye-opening. I am all about Magnesium now. I have been on liquid Magnesium 400 mgs a day for two months and have noticed the subtle changes already. Friends that I have convinced of this, have reported good changes as well.

    Read it / listen to it, and it will probably open up your eyes too. This single mineral, taken in an absorbable form, could change your life.

  2. Deanna

    very interesting read.
    very good spin on how much magnesium affects the body…enjoyed it…will read again…..I recommend this for any with autoimmune problems.

  3. Eldridge F.

    my first review
    so much information. narrator did a good job of pausing so to take it all in. loved the audio.

  4. Ron Earle

    Big ad
    Big ad for her oils. While I am sure there is some merit to her study. She only offers her wares as the solution. She gives naturopathic and holistic medicine a bad name.

  5. Kris Barschdoor

    A “must-to-read”, the best info ever!
    Where does The Magnesium Miracle rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

  6. Nathan H.

    These books all sound the same
    If you start listening to these health audiobooks, they all start to sound the same. If you buy a book about magnesium, they keep repeating that ‘magnesium’ may be the cause of your depression, anxiety, insomnia, irritability, etc. If you read another health book, they’ll tell you that eating meat or eating gluten is the cause of your depression, anxiety, insomnia, irritability, etc. These books throw anecdotes at you about “Mary” who started taking this particular cure and suddenly her migraines went away. I keep hearing the same thing in every book. It’s just the title and alleged cure changes. Also, I found this author’s writing style hard to follow. It just unravels things at you in no set order. Some of it is interesting and worth researching on your own, but overall this book personally annoyed me. I wish I could say some better things about it but it reminds me of this book on here about coconuts where the guy says coconuts ‘may’ cure you of headaches, irritability, etc. and everything else everyone you know suffers from every second of every day. The key word is ‘may.’ Suicide ‘may’ cure all your problems, too.

  7. Ryann M.

    Must Have
    This was awesome. There is another version which was a few hours longer. I almost wish I got that one because I wanted more of this book. Magnesium is used for a lot and this covers some main stuff. After reading it I am sure convinced to take my magnesium and I am trying to take 600mg daily in supplement form. I weigh about 140lbs.

    I almost wish there was a book like this for every vitamin or mineral..

  8. Manuel H.

    Ad for writer’s products
    The book surely contains all one could know about Magnesium! It is however very confusing unless you are a chemist, a doctor or a scientist and even if you are any of those, most of the book is focused on selling the author’s products.
    Long, boring and a brain wash towards sales.

  9. Godzilla Ate Mars

    A Life-Saving Book
    Would you listen to The Magnesium Miracle again? Why?

  10. Jacquie C.

    may be life changing if you’re magnesium deficient
    Thorough, and a lot of benefits, give it a try! I noticed benefits quite early on and will continue magnesium therapy.

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