The Importance Of Magnesium And Waterby Paul Hines Quick Silver Coins
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Magnesium is called the Master Mineral because it is essential to life, found in every living cell and is required for every physiological process that goes on in our bodies. It is as necessary to life as oxygen and water. When you run out of magnesium, your heart goes into spasm (heart attack) and you simply die. Within the last fifty years, research indicates that approximately eight million people have died from heart failure, due to a lack of magnesium alone.
Drinking the right kind of water is one of your best natural protections against all kinds of diseases. If the body’s cells become dehydrated, they shrivel up, making it easy for viruses and diseases to attack.
Water is a vital component of all bodily fluids, tissues, cells, lymph, blood, and hormones, and the mucous membranes need plenty of water to keep them soft and free from friction on
their delicate surfaces.
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