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Magnesium

  1. Helps diabetics transporting of glucose important in the release of insulin which helps control blood sugar.
    May help in irregular heart palpations, and reduce cholesterol level. Limiting risk of atherosclerosis and heart disease.
    Can reduce painful periods reducing back and lower stomach pain..may be enhanced with adding vitamin B6.
    May reduce premenstrual headaches take 100-200mg magnesium daily.

    Low magnesium may show signs that include
    •Weakness
    •Rapid or irregular heartbeat
    •Muscle cramps
    •Loss of appetite
    •Nausea
    •Fatigue
    •Insomnia
    •Vomiting
    •Anorexia
    •Personality changes

    Magnesium massages can help athletes and weight lifters with muscle tension. Apply oil with elongating stretches.

    Foods with top source of magnesium:
    Cocoa Powder 520mg/4oz
    Sunflower seeds 390mg/4oz
    Pumpkin seeds 270mg/4oz
    All Bran 210mg/4oz
    Peanut Butter 180mg/4oz
    Shredded wheat 130mg/4oz

    Zinc vitamin C and D helps with absorption of magnesium… large amounts of calcium reduces absorption.

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Love(Random Phrases)

 “I just want to have a completely adventurous, passionate, weird life.”

~Jeff Buckley

The love its trigger fits already spoken into existence,

far beyond infiltration heart makeup, bonding and fondness

here we go to the outer boundaries of fear and “tryjectory”~

(the force moving along a path of trying to get control of your focus)

and creation exists in the brain and energy centers

O that one frequency that turns you inside out

The energy center of reality

Here we go again laughter science and openness because

They say “People that are guarded are a afraid that you will see right through them”

their “faults” peculiarities something that makes them see not quite right.

that is why they hide behind secretes, meanness, O yea control and all those other

things that builds a mask and creates space between u them and the world.

Right like I was saying reality here we go again laughter science and Openness.

By Me

 

*Disclaimer this way of writing was inspired by Gertrude Stein
uh no its not exactly the same tho its something I worked into my own way of doing things.