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Desert Island Supplements
« on: June 03, 2018, 04:21:02 PM »
#1) Natural Vitality Calm Magnesium. 
I cannot imagine who would not benefit from daily use. 

More is needed during stress or physical exercise. 
This stuff is gold in terms of long term health gains. 

Magnesium controls about 300 different functions in the body that equate to about 1800 other biochemical functions, from supporting nerves to muscles.  It's my #1, and is for other medical professionals I have been able to learn from. 


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Re: Desert Island Supplements
« Reply #1 on: June 04, 2018, 07:43:58 PM »
As far as Magnesium, I get the Epsom Salts 8lb bag for $5 at Walmart.  I don't know if you absorb magnesium through your skin well, but it's great for my back tension.

My friend from NYC sells a magnesium stick that you can charge up in distilled water and get magnesium that way.  Infographics and Youtube DIY videos here:  http://www.healingwaterbottle.com/Tesla_Alkaline_Stick.php

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Re: Desert Island Supplements
« Reply #2 on: June 09, 2018, 08:35:19 PM »
As far as Magnesium, I get the Epsom Salts 8lb bag for $5 at Walmart.  I don't know if you absorb magnesium through your skin well, but it's great for my back tension.

My friend from NYC sells a magnesium stick that you can charge up in distilled water and get magnesium that way.  Infographics and Youtube DIY videos here:  http://www.healingwaterbottle.com/Tesla_Alkaline_Stick.php

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It's for this reason that I wish I had a great tub to create some healing baths.  Right now I still deal the bullshit of low cost city living.  One day, in due time. 

One cool method, that's free, is changing your water to the fourth phase, which resembles a gel-like substance more bio-active form by stirring it or chilling it.  That's it.  It's closer to the type of water our mitochondria use.  Very heady stuff. 

I think the main takeaway is that hydration is an uphill battle, so best to find ways to get ahead if anti-aging is the goal. 
It's not just about how much water we drink, but the type of water and the electrical potential of our cells...their ability to hold an electrical charge. 

I am a big fan of having a good healthy electrolyte powder mix that is not too high in sugar.  This is one good way to stay hydrated.  There are many others.  I could do a thread on hydration alone.    Hope all is well Skinny!  Getting back to balance can be a lifelong battle, right?  Good to know we are not in it alone.