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Magnesium Helps Rebuild Bones in Celiac Disease by Ron Hoggan

This article originally appeared in the Autumn 2002 edition of Celiac.coms Scott-Free newsletter.


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I agree with you on the extreme importance of magnesium. I didn't realize it till I read a book from my library called "The Miracle Magnesium" by Dr. Carolyn Dean. You do have to slowly build up your supplemention to avoid D. Dr. Dean recommends 600 mg for a normal sized adult but I take a little more than that. You also can use magnesium oil topically if you need additional amounts but cannot ingest more. It has made a positive impact on my high blood pressure and is relieving the tight shoulder and neck muscles I've had as long as I can remember.

I'm sleeping better too, always a problem for me. I haven't had my bone density tested but probably will soon as I'm at "that age". I'm glad you saw such positive results and I'm also glad you shared them with us.

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