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Promising Research into Osteoporosis Prevention

Osteoporosis is a serious concern for Americans, and as more and more Baby Boomers reach the age of 80, the risk continues to increase. Calcium is a supplement that has been long relied upon to help keep bones healthy and strong, but several other nutrients are beginning to come to the forefront in recent scientific research and study, including vitamin D, vitamin K2, collagen and others.

Do you recommend bone building supplements and lifestyle changes to your older patients? Find out more about the promising new research and which supplements to consider recommending to your patients in this in-depth article read more…

Vitamins Can Help Prevent Heart Attacks

by Leo Galland, MD
This article is reproduced from the Huffington Post
The original can be viewed here

A series of articles published on Dec. 17 in a prestigious medical journal, The Annals of Internal Medicine, received a lot of press because of an editorial entitled, “Enough is Enough: Stop Wasting Money on Vitamin and Mineral Supplements.”

It’s safe to say that many reporters and commentators did not actually read the studies, because the data published actually revealed the opposite, at least for heart disease and for cancer in men.

So I’m going to tell you what the results of read more…

Magnesium: The mind mineral

White paper by James Greenblatt, M.D. and Kelly Heim, Ph.D.

Magnesium is required for more than 300 biochemical reactions in the body. It ranks fourth as the most abundant mineral in the body, and second to potassium, is the most prevalent intracellular mineral. Its roles in brain function are diverse—it is essential for the neurotransmission that orchestrates mood, cognition, memory, sleep, relaxation and overall emotional well-being. read more…

Magnesium in integrative psychiatry: Dosage, bioavailability and evidence-based formulations

James Greenblatt, M.D.

Abstract
Informative PowerPoint on Magnesium’s benefits to Mental Health. read more…

Magnesium: The mind mineral

James Greenblatt, M.D. and Kelly Heim, Ph.D.

Abstract
Magnesium is required for more than 300 biochemical reactions in the body. It ranks fourth as the most abundant mineral in the body, and second to potassium, is the most prevalent intracellular mineral. Its roles in brain function are diverse—it is essential for the neurotransmission that orchestrates mood, cognition, memory, sleep, relaxation and overall emotional well-being.1However, as the magnesium content of soil, water and the American food supply have declined considerably over the last 100 years, moderate deficiencies have become increasingly prevalent.2 According to the 1999–2000 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, read more…

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