Category: Science

Science
Anna Bolton O'Byrne

A Complete Magnesium Primer?

Recently, Natural Calm Canada published a white paper on magnesium absorption – an arm’s length review of the peer-reviewed literature, by a PhD in microbiology, Dr.

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magnesium myths videos
Science
Anna Bolton O'Byrne

Magnesium Myths vs. Science

In this series of short videos, Dr Alison Smith, PhD (Neuroscience) and award-winning health blogger, debunks myths associated with magnesium. She takes on marketing claims

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Magnesium Absorption
Science
Anna Bolton O'Byrne

Magnesium Absorption (White Paper)

How Does Magnesium Citrate Compare to Other Forms of Magnesium? Dr. Jon-Paul Powers, PhD, Microbiology, Partner and Scientific Advisor, Gowling GWL Despite its essential role

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Science
Anna Bolton O'Byrne

Why Magnesium

The hardest-working mineral in the body does more than you know! Very few people give a moment’s thought to what goes on at the cellular

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prevent stroke with magnesium
Science
Anna Bolton O'Byrne

Stroke

Strokes are one of the leading causes of mortality in Canada. It is estimated that every seven minutes a Canadian dies of heart disease or stroke,

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cholesterol and magnesium
Science
Anna Bolton O'Byrne

Cholesterol

When we talk about cholesterol, we have to differentiate between ‘good’ and ‘bad’ types. Low-density lipoprotein, LDL, is harmful because it carries cholesterol into the

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blocked arteries and magnesium
Science
Anna Bolton O'Byrne

Blocked Arteries

Most people associate blocked or clogged arteries with the heart, but an artery can be blocked anywhere in the body: Coronary Artery Disease occurs when

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magnesium for children
Science
Anna Bolton O'Byrne

Magnesium and Children

Magnesium for children: Magnesium is vital for 700 – 800 enzymatic processes throughout the body and it may be the hardest-working, most essential nutrient for

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