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Health, Aging & Minerals


“Mitochondrial oxidative decay, which is a major contributor to aging, is accelerated by many common micronutrient deficiencies. We emphasize those deficiencies, which appear to cause damage through this mechanism, particularly minerals such as iron (25% of menstruating women ingest <50% of the RDA) or zinc (10% of the population ingest <50% of the RDA).”  
B.N. Ames, H. Atamna, D,W, Killilea, Molecular Aspects of Medicine 
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“Based on epidemiological, cellular and molecular evidences, we propose that broadly correcting the nutritional intake of Mg [Magnesium] might be a simple and inexpensive solution that contributes to healthier aging and the prevention of age-related diseases.”   David R. Killilea, Jeanette A.M. Maier, Magnesium Research 
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High Blood Pressure

“Our results support the premise that low potassium intake may play an important role in the genesis of high blood pressure. Increased potassium intake should be considered as a recommendation for prevention and treatment of hypertension… “ 
P.K. Whelton, J. He, J.A. Cutler, F.L Brancati, L.J. Appel, D. Follmann, M.J. Klag, Journal of the Amercian Medical Association 
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Kidney Stones

“A high dietary calcium intake decreases the risk of symptomatic kidney stones.” 
G.C. Curhan, W.C. Willett, E.B. Rimm, M.J. Stampfer, New England Journal of Medicine Read more

“Epidemiological findings and supplementation trials show that people's magnesium [deficiency]… is associated with the severity and frequency of migraine headaches, some forms of heart attacks, high blood pressure, sleep disorders and mood disturbances.”  
Forrest H. Nielsen, Agricultural Research Service 
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“Mg [Magnesium] deficiency has been associated with a number of clinical disorders including osteoporosis.”  
R.K. Rude, F.R. Singer, H.E. Gruber, Journal of the American College of Nutrition
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Parkinson’s Disease
“With respect to chronic brain injury, recent results indicate that magnesium deficient mice are susceptible to developing Parkinson's disease, which is consistent with earlier findings that magnesium deficiency over a number of generations is associated with the development of Parkinson's disease.” 
R. Vink, N.L. Cook, C. van den Heuvel
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Trace Minerals & High Blood Pressure

“Copper deficiency may contribute to reduced blood flow, and hence reduce oxygen delivery to tissues and increase blood pressure.”  
Jack Saari, Agricultural Research Service
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Many people experience a feeling of well being after only 24 hours from ingesting sea minerals. Mineral deficiencies have been linked to many adverse health issues such as: premature aginghigh blood pressurekidney stonesmigrainesosteoporosisParkinson's Disease

We have incorporate a healthy dose of sea minerals into our daily regiment of supplements, and we feel GREAT. 

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