" ...reasons I got on it was because magnesium deficiency can ...system. Since MSM is a mild chelator, I am hoping it will break out and clear up any 'loitering' excess calcium/deposits that should... "
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Hypercalcaemia (in American English, hypercalcemia) is an elevated calcium in biology level in the blood. (Normal range: 9?10.5\...Read on Wikipedia
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Hypercalcemia & Hypomagnesemia
1.46% of the posts that mention Hypercalcemia also mention Hypomagnesemia (109 posts)
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" ...who have had no problems with raw dairy at all re allergies have found that they got magnesium-deficiency from it(too much excess calcium in the diet can lead to magnesium-deficienc... "
" ...can make kidney stones worse, if it's not balanced with magnesium. However, if you are taking magnesium oxide, it is poorly absorbed. It can cause a magnesium deficiency and excess calcium... "
" ...pretty certain that magnesium-deficiency was the cause ...standard lists of magnesium-deficiency symptoms. Plus, I ...magnesium-deficiency, as excess calcium in dairy blocks magnesium-uptake ... "
" The easiest way to check for magnesium deficiency is to supplement with magnesium for a few days. I would start with 1000 ...to balance out the calcium. Excess calcium is bad for the cardiovascular... "
" Cramps can be a sign of magnesium deficiency. You might want to see if eating raw pumpkin ...trick. Of course, avoiding dairy helps too, given the excess calcium in it. I truly envy your job. It s... "
" ...other things, and the food sensitivity test revealed I was very sensitive to all dairy, whey/casein, so I eliminated all dairy. And I used to consume LOTS of dairy. always drinking milk, and a few ... "
" ...studies as an example). Similiarly, excess calcium(invariably in the form of dairy) has been shown to cause magnesium-deficiency. The notion of eating bones... "
" ...the dct. Calcium and magnesium compete for reabsorption there ...reabsorption, there will be less magnesium reabsorption, leading to hypercalcem... "
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