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Offline BlueTiger

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Magnesium
« on: December 27, 2013, 07:35:37 PM »
Okay, here we go:  This thread can be whatever we want it to be!  Just think...

I started this post on an earlier thread on this board (If enough folks read than we will copy and paste for this "Magnesium" Topic.

http://eboka.info/index.php?topic=1914.msg16295#msg16295

I have consciously relied on Magnesium in many forms over the last few years (i.e. Stearate, Oxide, whole food sourced....epsom salt baths, nature made is cheap, I think oxide is the active ingredient in laxatives...).  Anyway, they the point being, Ma saturation is key to a healthy and happy existence.  It has over 1000 roles in the body that we know about.....that we know about! 

Since it competes with calcium for absorption, I have been relying on a higher dose of Ma at night, since I have to have my calcium in the AM.  It's a better cycle and you get more bang for your buck, IMHO.  I am confused as to how there are still products on the market that are 3 minerals supplements, where calcium and Magnesium are 2 of the 3 (I think zinc being the 3rd).  This would theoretically be a waste of sorts.

Thought this was worth sharing.....especially regarding the Ma orotate.  However, he does mention how Ca is needed to absorb Ma, so there is a relationship there that is just not quite understood, I think...

9 Common Types of Magnesium Explained: http://www.globalhealingcenter.com/natural-health/types-of-magnesium/

Has anyone tried anything in orotate form?  If so, please share experiences....



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Re: Magnesium
« Reply #1 on: December 29, 2013, 12:25:24 AM »
I've taken the majority of kinds of magnesium in a multivitamin supplement, now there's a new version called:

magnesium-L-threonate

which has some novel neuro-repairative effects in people with Alzheimer.

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Re: Magnesium
« Reply #2 on: January 29, 2014, 05:41:21 PM »
Hey thanks bluetiger for this topic.
Im trying to eat as good as possible and the nutritional universe is more complicated than i thought ("just eat healthy")
Had no idea magnesium competes with calcium. Useful stuff.

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Re: Magnesium
« Reply #3 on: February 25, 2014, 07:16:56 AM »
I was also surprised by this Knownothing.  By the way, what a humble handle you have chosen for yourself....I like it. 

I am a nutritionist of sorts, if you want to speak more in depth....feel free.  Or contact me via PM.

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