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Copper is a trace mineral you would have trouble living without. The highest concentration of copper can be found in your brain but it is also important to hemoglobin and red blood cell formation, your body’s healing processes, development of your hair and skin color, your bones, blood, skin, nerves and connective tissues.

Some of the signs of copper deficiency may be: anemia, high LDL cholesterol, baldness, impaired immune function, early aging signs, joint dysfunction and pain, slow healing sores, brain disturbances, low energy, general weakness, artery wall damage, aneurysms ruptures or cardiovascular disease.

Having too much copper in your system can cause nausea, vomiting or diarrhea with mega high levels adversely affecting the absorption of zinc.

We’ve told you the bad and the ugly now it’s time to tell you what good copper is. Copper helps your body make elastin and collagen which are the connective tissues of your skin, heart, blood vessels, and lungs. Copper is also involved in hair and skin coloring, taste sensitivity, energy production and in the healing process. Nerves and joints need copper to be healthy.

Keep your copper levels where they should be to help your body prevent heart disease, high cholesterol, artery wall damage, chronic fatigue, arthritis, osteoporosis, skin dryness/inelasticity, Alzheimer’s disease, immune dysfunctionality, anemia or baldness.

Some of the natural sources of copper are: green leafy vegetables, beans and legumes, almonds, prunes, beef liver, oysters and other shellfish and other organ meats.

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The highest levels of magnesium in your body is found in the brain, heart, liver and kidney. Magnesium also helps with more than 300 enzymatic functions. You may not have much medical knowledge but common sense should tell you the body is going to place the nutrients where they are most often used. If you accept that the body is placing the highest concentration of magnesium where it’s needed most, then your heart brain, liver and kidney use a lot of magnesium and a deficiency of this mineral will create problems for you..

“Magnesium by IV is the first treatment that people coming to our clinic with chronic migraines usually receives.” Debra Milligan R.N.

Vitamin D cannot be converted to a biologically usable form the body can use to absorb and utilize calcium unless magnesium is present.

Magnesium is associated with these body components and functions:

  • Arteries
  • Bones – Magnesium is one of 11 known nutrients needed for building bone.
  • Heart
  • Muscles
  • Nerves
  • Teeth

Your acid/alkaline balance, blood sugar, metabolism (energy), and metabolism (calcium and vitamin C) are all influenced by the level of magnesium in your body and this mineral is vital in regulating the cellular membrane permeability and neuromuscular excitability in your ears.

Magnesium is important to your muscle function and you lose magnesium during exercise. The loss of this mineral during exercise is part of the reason many experience muscle cramps. Sports drinks many consume while exercising or after exercising do not usually contain magnesium. The loss of magnesium during exercise may also explain some of the heart problems athletes sometimes have during physical activity.

Some of the problems that are treated with magnesium supplements in addition to migraines are: heart attacks, erratic heart beats, heart conditions, high cholesterol, depression, kidney stones, nervousness, prostrate troubles, sensitivity to noise, chronic fatigue, stomach acidity, tooth decay, overweight and alcoholism.

As you can see, magnesium touches almost every major organ that’s active, it helps with your bones and enzymatic functions you need to survive and thrive. You decide whether magnesium is a miracle mineral or not.

One final thought is that magnesium or any other mineral cannot be utilized by the body if it isn’t able to conduct electricity or reach the areas of the body that needs it. I strongly recommend you consider all natural plant based sources for any supplements you may need.

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