What's the Best Way to Supplement Magnesium? [VIDEO]

Tuesday, August 21, 2012 by Lee Swanson

Dear Friends and Valued Customers,

Today's featured health video from iHealthTube.com features Dr. Carolyn Dean, also known as "The Doctor of the Future." In today's video, Dr. Dean talks about something we all know to be true: getting essential vitamins and minerals from your diet is best. But we also know it's not always easy or possible. Dr. Dean focuses on magnesium, side effects of too much magnesium, as well signs to look for that may indicate deficiency.

I invite you to watch the video below... and as always, I wish you the very best of health.

Lee Swanson

 

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About Dr. Carolyn Dean

Known as The Doctor of the Future, Carolyn Dean has authored, as well as coauthored, nineteen books, including the “Future Health Now Encyclopedia”, “Death by Modern Medicine: Seeking Safe Solutions”, “The Magnesium Miracle” “IBS for Dummies”, “Hormone Balance” and “The Yeast Connection and Women’s Health”. She has been at the forefront of health issues for 31 years with a dedicated commitment to educate people about health and lifestyle.

Dr. Dean graduated from Dalhousie Medical School in 1978. She holds a medical license in California, and is a graduate of the Ontario Naturopathic College, now The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto.

Disclaimer: The featured iHealthtube.com video makes no claim as to the effectiveness of any particular supplement represented. Please note that this site is not a medical site and cannot replace advice from your physician or health care provider. Individual results may vary. iHealthTube and Swanson Health Products encourage you to seek the advice of a qualified professional for any health concern, including supplemental nutrition.


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