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Alcohol causes gut damage allowing bacteria to escape from your gut into the blood stream

Eat whole foods or nuts rich in magnesium, potassium and calcium before drinking alcohol late afternoon. Connie How Alcohol Ruins Your Health By Dr Mercola Acutely, alcohol depresses your central nervous system, which slows down the communication between your brain cells. Your limbic system, which controls emotions, is also affected. This is why alcohol consumption

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Eating Fish May Reduce Multiple Sclerosis Risk

A new study reveals eating fish regularly and taking daily fish oil supplements may reduce the risk of developing multiple sclerosis. Researchers report high fish intake is associated with a 45% reduced risk of developing MS.

Mineral Nutrients Balance

Mineral Nutrients Balance by Connie Dello Buono at www.clubalthea.com Iron Balance (am) Calcium and Phosphorous Balance (pm) Toxic metals Mercury, Arsenic , Lead , etc Molybdenum and Manganese aid iron metabolim and lowers Copper and magnesium Balance of Sodium, Potassium, Magnesium and  Calcium Calcium lowers manganese Calcium antagonist with Lead Iron is lowered by Calcium

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Calcium, magnesium, Vitamin D3 and K2 and Omega-3s cut risk of cancer

Magnesium acts as an antioxidant against free radical damage of the mitochondria. Magnesium has been called nature’s “calcium channel blocker” because of its ability to prevent coronary artery spasm, arrhythmias, and to reduce blood pressure. “Calcium enters the cells of the heart by way of calcium. A new study in Neurology reveals people whose blood magnesium levels are either too high or two low face an increased risk of developing dementia

Klotho enzyme , calcium, insulin , Vitamin D and Alzheimer

Klotho is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the KL gene.[5] This gene encodes a type-I membrane protein that is related to β-glucuronidases. Reduced production of this protein has been observed in patients with chronic renal failure (CRF), and this may be one of the factors underlying the degenerative processes (e.g., arteriosclerosis, osteoporosis, and skin atrophy) seen in

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