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Member Forum >> Magnesium >> New Book - Magnesium: Reversing Disease by Thomas E. Levy, MD, JD
 New Book - Magnesium: Reversing Disease by Thomas E. Levy, MD, JD
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Posted: 3/26/2020 2:52:26 PM
 
After reading Wheat Belly Total Health in 2015, I followed Dr. Davis advice to supplement Magnesium. The positive effects kicked in almost immediately, with the most notable being a consistent, and comfortable, pattern of elimination. My sleep benefited as well. So I’ve taken magnesium on a daily basis ever since.

So I was intrigued when Dr. Levy published his new book. I’d read many of Dr. Levy’s other books and watched his lectures on Vitamin C, Iron, and the systemic damage caused by oral cavity infections. This book started out as a tough slog. The first quarter of the book is, in my estimation, aimed at Health Care Providers and bludgeons the reader with study after study and clinical experiences that supports the supplementation of magnesium for overall health as well as the intravenous use in acute cases. It’s very repetitive. Dr. Levy will not let you use the excuse "Well, there’s no data to support using magnesium." The hell there isn’t.

The chapters after that settle in to a presentation of the material that is more consumable for a lay person like myself. He ties together the importance of serum and cellular levels of magnesium, Vitamin C and D, estrogen, testosterone, and insulin.

Do you need to read this book? No. Dr. Davis has given us more than the basics to understand why magnesium supplementation is important. But if you are fascinated as I am by the mechanics of how this all works and picking up additional distinctions that increase your understanding of the science, you may want to consider this book.

To your health and your liberty.
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Posted: 3/26/2020 6:20:16 PM
 
Is that  the vit C guy, BeaverCreekpilot?


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Posted: 3/26/2020 9:38:53 PM
 
...well, I would say he is a "NO wheat " guy.


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