September 30, 2013

Skeletal Fluorosis or ?

Posted in AGING, Fibromyalgia, FLUORIDE ~ SLOW CRIPPLER, POISONS tagged , , , , , , , , , , , at 7:19 pm by PCOSLady

SKELETAL FLUOROSIS

PCOS Lady:
A good friend alerted me to this a couple nights ago… I have concluded that all the toxins mix inside us along with “bad” parasites to create medical ailments, medical conditions, etc… to make the medical industry wealthy, us poor as we slowly are being killed!
~ The video narrated by Darlene is a highly informative with facts from the beginning of fluoride through the years…
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Listen to the video, Darlene had symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis, and so much more…

http://thearrowsoftruth.com/tag/skeletal-fluorosis/

Fluoride is a synthetic waste product of the nuclear, aluminum, phosphate fertilizer industries, has an amazing capacity to combine and increase the potency of other toxic materials, and it can cause skeletal or dental fluorosis, which weakens bone and dental matter. It damages the liver and kidneys, weakens the immune system, possibly leading to cancer, creates symptoms that mimic fibromyalgia, and performs as a Trojan Horse to carry aluminum across the blood brain barrier. Also, the pineal gland can become calcified from fluorides, inhibiting it’s function as a melatonin producer, which is needed for sound, deep sleep….
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skeletal_fluorosis

Skeletal fluorosis is a bone disease caused by excessive consumption of fluoride. In advanced cases, skeletal fluorosis causes pain and damage to bones and joints.

http://www.medicalook.com/diseases_images/bone-disease2.jpg

Skeletal Fluorosis Phases

Osteosclerotic Phase ~ Ash Concentration (mgF/kg) ~ Symptoms and Signs
Normal Bone: 500 to 1,000 Normal
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Preclinical Phase: 3,500 to 5,500 Asymptomatic; slight radiographically-detectable increases in bone mass
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Clinical Phase I: 6,000 to 7,000 Sporadic pain; stiffness of joints; osteosclerosis of pelvis and vertebral spine
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Clinical Phase II: 7,500 to 9,000 Chronic joint pain; arthritic symptoms; slight calcification of ligaments’ increased osteosclerosis and cancellous bones; with/without osteoporosis of long bones
Phase III: Crippling Fluorosis 8,400 Limitation of joint movement; calcification of ligaments of neck vertebral column; crippling deformities of the spine and major joints; muscle wasting; neurological defects/compression of spinal cord

Symptoms and Side Effects

Symptoms are mainly promoted in the bone structure. Due to a high fluorine concentration in the body, the bone is hardened and thus less elastic, resulting in an increased frequency of fractures. Other symptoms include thickening of the bone structure and accumulation of bone tissue, which both contribute to impaired joint mobility. Most patients suffering from skeletal fluorosis show side effects from the high fluorine dose such as ruptures of the stomach lining and nausea. Fluorine can also damage the thyroid gland leading to hyperparatthyroidism, the uncontrolled secretion of parathyroid hormones. These hormones regulate calcium concentration in the body. An elevated parathyroid hormone concentration results in a depletion of calcium in bone structures and thus a higher calcium concentration in the blood. As a result, bone flexibility decreases making the bone more amenable to fractures.
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FACTS:
~ Skeletal fluorosis is endemic in areas with high concentrations of fluoride in the drinking water, but it is rare in other parts of the world.
~ Brewed tea has one of the highest fluoride contents among beverages in the United States.
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SITES
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Fluoride Destroys Bone Strength and Can Cripple You – Mercola
http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/08/08/bone-fluorides-magnet-new-studies-halflife.aspx
~ Joseph Mercola – in 1,060 Google+ circles … Aug 8, 2011 – In advanced skeletal fluorosis (called crippling skeletal fluorosis), your extremities become weak and moving your joints difficult, and your …
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SYMPTOMS
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Skeletal Fluorosis—A Real Danger of Excessive Fluoride Consumption

The harmful effects of chronic fluoride exposure on bone are well established. Since the 1930s it has been known that fluoride intake causes excessive bone growth, which can result in joint pain, bone pain, and stiffness. These symptoms are difficult to distinguish from arthritis. Other symptoms indicative of early clinical stage skeletal fluorosis include:

~ Burning, prickling, and tingling in your limbs
~ Muscle weakness
~ Chronic fatigue
~ Gastrointestinal disorders
~ Reduced appetite and weight loss

The second clinical stage of skeletal fluorosis is characterized by:

~ Stiff joints and/or constant pain in your bones; brittle bones; and osteosclerosis
~ Anemia
~ Calcification of tendons, or ligaments of ribs and pelvis
~ Osteoporosis in the long bones
~ Bony spurs may also appear on your limb bones, especially around your knee, elbow, and on the surface of tibia and ulna

In advanced skeletal fluorosis (called crippling skeletal fluorosis), your extremities become weak and moving your joints difficult, and your vertebrae partially fuse together, effectively crippling you. You have a heightened risk of developing problems from even mild exposure to fluoride, such as bone fractures, if you:

~ Are elderly
~ Are deficient in calcium, magnesium, and/or vitamin C
~ Have cardiovascular problems
~ Have kidney problems
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SITES

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FRAUD | ProHealth ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia Forums

http://forums.prohealth.com/forums/index.php?threads/fraud.80439/

~ Pro Health … These findings are important . . . a retention of 2 mg/day would mean that an average individual would experience skeletal fluorosis after 40 yr, based on an …
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FRAUD

http://forums.prohealth.com/forums/index.php?threads/fraud.80439/

Discussion in ‘Fibromyalgia and ME & Chronic Fatigue Syndrome’ started by rge, Jun 25, 2003.
.rvi.net/~fluoride/iom-fraud.htm

Evidence Of Fraud In The Matter Of Water Fluoridation by Darlene Sherrell

Is your town fluoridated? Are they considering adding fluoride to the water supply? If so, you should know that the CDC recommends fluoridation based on the Institute of Medicine’s fraudulent interpretation of their own references.

Increases in fluoride intake from a variety of sources have made water fluoridation the source of an overdose. Children who live in non-fluoridated areas are ingesting just as much fluoride as they did in 1 ppm fluoridated areas sixty years ago. Adults in fluoridated areas are ingesting enough fluoride to cause the arthritic symptoms of chronic fluoride poisoning. [National Research Council – Health Effects of Ingested Fluoride, 1993 & Drinking Water and Health, 1977]

Adding fluoride to the water supply will not improve dental health – but it will produce more cases of disfiguring mottled enamel.

The information below (on site post) is proof of either fraud or incompetence on the part of the CDC with regard to their recommendation for water fluoridation.

Symptoms of chronic fluoride poisoning

The United States Public Health Service (USDHHS) describes the early stages in the progression of fluoride poisoning as “sporadic pain and stiffness of joints; chronic joint pain, arthritic symptoms, slight calcification of ligaments, increased osteosclerosis of cancellous bones with or without osteoporosis of long bones.” The advanced crippling stage is described as “limitation of joint movement, calcification of ligaments in the neck and vertebral column, crippling deformities of the spine and major joints, muscle wasting, and neurological defects with compression of the spinal cord.” [Review of Fluoride Benefits and Risks, (1991) page 46]

Safety Studies?

Catch 22 . . .
There are no diagnostic methods capable of determining whether or not a person’s arthritic symptoms were caused by excess fluoride. Researchers and health care providers cannot confirm or report suspected cases of chronic fluoride poisoning until the condition reaches the advanced crippling stage. The claim for safety is based on the absence of reports which would require non-existent diagnostic methods.
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Skeletal Fluorosis or Fibromyalgia?
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https://www.google.com/search?q=skeletal+fluorosis+fibromyalgia&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a
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CHART: A “key” in being diagnosed with Fibromyalgia
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http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=fibromyalgia+trigger+points+chart&qpvt=fibromyalgia+trigger+points+chart&FORM=IGRE#x0y690
~ Excellent chart for being diagnosed properly…
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GOOGLE:
dental fluorosis
fluoride poisoning
skeletal fluorosis fibromyalgia
skeletal fluorosis rheumatoid arthritis

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March 18, 2013

Vitamin D Deficient

Posted in VITAMINS tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 11:12 pm by PCOSLady

PCOS Lady:
I just had my Vitamin D level tested… Good is 50-80 i am at 8.4 low… Not good! A sure indicator i have something eating at it in me… I am sure of “bad”parasites!
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My primary doctor’s office rep said most all of the patients checked are real low… They have no idea why she added…
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I copied the whole page…The author is from the UK…
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http://www.h-pylori-symptoms.com/why-do-people-become-vitamin-d-deficient/
Why Do People Become Vitamin-D Deficient?
On 01.26.13 • In Diet • by Dave Hompes
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There are actually two forms of vitamin D: vitamin D3 and vitamin D2.
Vitamin D3 is also called cholecalciferol. It is formed in the skin upon exposure to the sun.
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Vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol) comes from food and some types of nutritional supplements.
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Once vitamins D3 and D2 have been formed, they are transported in the blood to the liver where chemical transformation occurs to create a molecule called 25-Hydroxyvitamin-D.
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This chemical is important as it is the primary form of circulating vitamin D and is one that is most frequently measured in vitamin D Testing, which I’ll teach you about very soon.
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There is enormous concern over the occurrence of poor vitamin D status and some prominent researchers have identified vitamin D deficiency as pandemic…
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The consequences of vitamin D deficiency are also of great concern in healthcare. Vitamin D deficiency is associated with:
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~ Osteoporosis (as vitamin D is needed for proper calcium absorption from the gut)
~ Cancer
~ Autoimmune diseases such as type I diabetes and multiple sclerosis
~ Childhood immune-related illnesses and symptoms, including wheezing (which is extremely common!)
~ Poor ability to fight infection (including H pylori)
~ Mood and energy levels (especially S.A.D syndrome, where folk suffer with depression and low energy in the winter months)
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How Can You Become Deficient In Vitamin D?
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Well, there are two obvious reasons why we have such an epidemic of vitamin D deficiency:
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Lack of Sun Exposure
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In order for vitamin D3 to be formed in our skin, we must have exposure to UV radiation from the sun!
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Problem number One is that, at high latitudes, there is not enough sunshine during the year, full stop!
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Problem number Two is that even in places where there is enough sunshine, we spend too much time indoors (at work, etc).
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Problem number Three is that even when we do venture outside, we wear clothes and we don’t expose enough skin to the UV rays.
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Problem number Four is that even when we do get our kit off, we plaster ourselves with large amounts of toxic sunscreen that acts like a thick layer of clothing and prevents the sun’s rays getting through to our skin (largely due to the fact that we are told that the sun is “bad” for us and that exposure causes skin cancer).
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Vitamin D Deficiency is a Human Behaviour Problem (& One of Profit-Driven Scare-Mongering)
Of course, if you stay out in the midday sun having not had much exposure, you’re going to get burned!
But this is a human behavior problem, not the fault of the sun! The sun drives life on this planet. The notion that it is in some way ‘bad’ for us is ridiculous.
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It is “spin” that has been driven by profit-seeking companies who want to sell sunscreen. Incidentally, these companies often happen to be the very same ones who recommend drugs like antacids for heartburn, even though heartburn is most often caused by low stomach acid already.
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Lack of Vitamin D2 In Your Diet
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Oily fish (wild-caught, not farmed) are good sources of vitamin D2. Eggs can be good sources as long as they are organic. Beef liver is good for D2 as well.
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The list below is copied from Wikipedia:
Catfish, 85 g (3 oz) provides 425 IU (5 IU/g)
Salmon, cooked, 100 g (3.5 oz) provides 360 IU (3.6 IU/g)
Mackerel, cooked, 100 g (3.5 oz), 345 IU (3.45 IU/g)
Sardines, canned in oil, drained, 50 g (1.75 oz), 250 IU (5 IU/g)
Tuna, canned in oil, 100 g (3.5 oz), 235 IU (2.35 IU/g)
Eel, cooked, 100 g (3.5 oz), 200 IU (2.00 IU/g)
A whole egg provides 20 IU if egg weighs 60 g (0.33 IU/g)
Beef liver, cooked, 100 g (3.5 oz), provides 15 IU (0.15 IU/g)
Fish liver oils, such as cod liver oil, 1 Tbs. (15 ml) provides 1360 IU (90.6 IU/ml)
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The problem is that many of us simply don’t eat anywhere near enough of these foods to get enough vitamin D2 for our bodies to use.
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The issue can be complicated even further by the fact that so many people have problems with gut function.
Gluten intolerance, processed foods, chronic digestive infections such as H pylori, fungal overgrowth and parasites can all impact our ability to digest and absorb protein-rich and fatty foods.
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Low stomach acid levels (hypochloridia), low levels of pancreatic digestive enzymes and sluggish liver/gallbladder function can all prevent proper absorption of all the fat-soluble vitamins (A, D, E, K, CoQ10).
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Summary
Vitamin D is such an important vitamin that we simply cannot afford to be deficient! Cancer, autoimmune illness, infections, inflammation, mood and energy levels can all result from lower than optimal levels of this vital nutrient.
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Lack of sun exposure is a massive problem, even in countries where the sun shines a lot (because most of us work indoors)
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Lack of dietary intake and poor digestive function also contribute to Vitamin D deficiency.
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As we’re having an “Indian Summer” here in the UK, I am going out to sunbathe!

December 15, 2012

Gluten Intolerance

Posted in CELIAC DISEASE tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 5:26 pm by PCOSLady

GLUTEN INTOLERANCE
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PCOS Lady:
Gluten Intolerance and Celiac Disease can be wicked to and in you… Three sets of symptoms are listed for you with the sites… The symptoms overlap other medical conditions… Headaches may be explained by being tested for one of these conditions…
~ I stress everyone be tested for Celiac Disease to know…
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FACT: Most doctors can not draw a diagnosis from all your symptoms! They jump to diagnose you on a few only, hence a misdiagnosis!
FACT: Most doctors can not read your blood tests as a whole, only a few results they understand together…
~ I suggest you see an Endocrinologist, who specializes on internal chemistry, etc… (especially Diabetes)
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SYMPTOMS COUNT! ~ All your symptoms… ~ Keep track of them… ~ It is your life!
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Gluten Intolerance Symptoms – How Do You Know If Gluten Is Making You Sick?
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* What are gluten intolerance symptoms?
* Are people with gluten intolerance just fussy eaters with a new excuse for their picky food habits?
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Research shows that gluten sensitivity in some form, including celiac disease and mild gluten intolerance, affects approximately 15% of the US population. These statistics are likely to be similar in Western countries with similar health issues and dietary patterns.
~ Are you one of these people?
~ How do you recognize gluten intolerance symptoms?
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First of all let’s * identify the difference between celiac disease and gluten intolerance. Celiac disease is an immune reaction, a severe sudden onset allergic reaction, to the protein called gluten. This is commonly found in grains such as wheat, rye, barley and oats. While celiac disease is initially an auto-immune disorder, it is also a disease of malabsorption, because essential nutrients are not absorbed. Therefore one of the most devastating symptoms of long-term undiagnosed celiac disease is malnutrition.
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Gluten intolerance often has a slower onset than celiac disease, and may be hard to diagnose due to the broad range of symptoms and causes.
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If you imagine a continuum of gluten intolerance symptoms, celiac disease is usually at the most extreme end with immediate autoimmune reactions. Some people with celiac disease may not have symptoms, but internally malabsorption and malnutrition can erode health over many years. Both celiac disease and gluten intolerance can be exacerbated by emotional stress, infection, surgery, pregnancy and childbirth. Every individual with some level of gluten intolerance or allergy may experience different shades of symptoms, hence the challenge for medical practitioners to diagnose.
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So what are the specific symptoms of gluten intolerance and
celiac disease?

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~ Weight loss or weight gain
~ Nutritional deficiencies due to malabsorption e.g. low iron levels
~ Gastro-intestinal problems (bloating, pain, gas, constipation, diarrhea)
~ Fat in the stools (due to poor digestion)
~ Aching joints
~ Depression
~ Eczema
~ Head aches
~ Exhaustion
~ Irritability and behavioural changes
~ Infertility, irregular menstrual cycle and miscarriage
~ Cramps, tingling and numbness
~ Slow infant and child growth
~ Decline in dental health
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Undiagnosed for long periods of time, food intolerances have been found to contribute to diabetes, bowel cancer, anemia and osteoporosis.
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Continue reading at site:
http://glutenfreenetwork.com/faqs/symptoms-treatments/gluten-intolerance-symptoms-how-do-you-know-if-gluten-is-making-you-sick/
https://www.facebook.com/GlutenFreeNetwork
~ Gluten Free Network … Info, symptoms, recipes…
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Understanding Gluten-Free Special Diets
http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/symptoms-of-gluten-sensitivity-and-celiac-disease.html
~ Dummies … Symptoms of Gluten Sensitivity and Celiac Disease … #4 of 7 in series segments …
Celiac disease and gluten sensitivity share some of the same symptoms. Although the actual damage occurs in the gastrointestinal tract, specifically in the small intestine, the symptoms manifest in many different ways and often show up throughout your entire body.
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Gluten sensitivity and celiac disease have hundreds of symptoms; the following lists don’t contain them all, but are a good sampling:
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* Gastrointestinal symptoms: These are some of the “classic” — although not the most common — symptoms of celiac disease:
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~ Abdominal pain and distension
~ Acid reflux
~ Bloating
~ Constipation
~ Diarrhea
~ Gas and flatulence
~ Greasy, foul-smelling, floating stools
~ Nausea
~ Vomiting
~ Weight loss or weight gain
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* Nongastrointestinal symptoms: Interestingly, although gluten sensitivity and celiac disease affect the gut, most people’s symptoms are not gastrointestinal in nature. This partial list includes just some of the more than 250 symptoms not centered in the digestive tract.
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~ Fatigue and weakness (due to iron-deficiency anemia)
~ Vitamin and/or mineral deficiencies
~ Headaches (including migraines)
~ Joint/bone pain
~ Depression, irritability, listlessness, and mood disorders
~ “Fuzzy brain” or an inability to concentrate
~ Infertility
~ Abnormal menstrual cycles
~ Dental enamel deficiencies and irregularities
~ Seizures
~ Clumsiness (ataxia)
~ Nerve damage (peripheral neuropathy)
~ Respiratory problems
~ Canker sores (apthus ulcers)
~ Lactose intolerance
~ Eczema/psoriasis
~ Rosacea (a skin disorder)
~ Acne
~ Hashimoto’s disease, Sjögren’s syndrome, lupus erythematosus, and other autoimmune disorders
~ Early onset osteoporosis
~ Hair loss (alopecia)
~ Bruising easily
~ Low blood sugar (hypoglycemia)
~ Muscle cramping
~ Nosebleeds
~ Swelling and inflammation
~ Night blindness
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SITES
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http://www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders/celiac-disease/features/gluten-intolerance-against-grain
~ Web MD … What to know about celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, and gluten-free diets. … Lactose Intolerance Symptoms · Gluten-Free Recipes.
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Gluten Sensitivity Symptoms
http://celiacdisease.about.com/od/glutenintolerance/a/Gluten-Sensitivity-Symptoms.htm
~ About’s Celiac Disease … Gluten Sensitivity Symptoms, forum, info, etc…
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Why You Should Eliminate Wheat from Your Diet
http://www.kitchendaily.com/read/why-you-should-eliminate-wheat-your-diet?icid=maing-grid7|maing9|dl8|sec1_lnk2%26pLid%3D245778
~ Kitchen Daily … Why You Should Eliminate Wheat from Your Diet … Gluten, a protein composite of gliadin and glutenin found in wheat and grains, may be addictive. Perhaps this explains the uncontrollable cravings for carbs many of us experience. This news was hard for us to digest, but not nearly as hard as gluten is on our intestines.
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Since the 1950s, when scientists began cross-breeding wheat to make it grow faster, we’ve seen a few issues arise. Wheat is not as healthy as it used to be. U.S. plant scientist, Norman Borlaug, who won the the Nobel Prize for his work in wheat hybridization may have introduced some compounds that aren’t exactly friendly to our bodies. In fact, there are proteins found in today’s wheat that scientists can’t trace back to the original plant.
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What could this mean for you? Unfortunately, digestion issues along with a slew of potential diseases, such as celiac’s disease, rheumatoid arthritis, and IBS. These problems can pertain to anyone, not just to those with severe gluten reactions or celiac’s disease.
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Wheat & Gluten Research: The Dark Side of Wheat
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/page/wheat-gluten-research
~ Green Med Info … Despite popular opinion wheat consumption may not be beneficial to health. These two published articles make a strong argument against perceiving wheat intolerance as simply a matter of allergy/genetic intolerance in a minority subset of the human population, but rather as a species-specific intolerance, applicable to all.
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Journal of Gluten Sensitivity
www.celiac.com/glutenfreemall/journal-gluten-sensitivity-c-47.html
~ Celiac … Subscribe to Journal of Gluten Sensitivity.
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Food Sensitivity Journal: The Case for Gluten Sensitivity Testing
http://www.foodsensitivityjournal.com/2010/11/case-for-gluten-sensitivity-testing.html
~ Food Sensitivity Journal … Nov 16, 2010 – There is widespread agreement that celiac disease and gluten sensitivity are under diagnosed. Joseph Murray, M.D., from the Mayo Clinic …Find gluten free recipes and interesting information…
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http://www.immunitrition.com/
~ Immunitrition … A helpful resource to learn about cultured and fermented foods.
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www.CulturedVegetables.net
http://www.culturedvegetables.net/main.sc
~ Immunitrition’s Online store
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http://www.webstaurantstore.com/
~ The WEBstaurant Store … Restaurant equipment and supplies…
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GOOGLE:
gluten intolerance
gluten free recipes
gluten allergy
celiac disease
rheumatoid arthritis gluten
IBS gluten
diabetes gluten
bowel cancer gluten
anemia gluten
osteoporosis gluten
Lactose intolerance
Journal of Gluten Sensitivity

September 20, 2012

Walking Barefoot for Good Health

Posted in NATURAL WELL BEING tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 3:46 pm by PCOSLady

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2012/09/20/barefoot-on-electron-deficiency.aspx?e_cid=20120920_DNL_art_1
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Why Walking Barefoot Might Be an Essential Element of Good Health
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September 20 2012
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By Dr. Mercola
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When’s the last time you kicked off your shoes and reveled in the feeling of the Earth under your feet?
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Been awhile?
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It may sound hard to believe, but engaging in this simple pleasure could give your health a much-needed boost.
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Often it is the case that engaging in activities that feel good on an intrinsic level really are good for your health — like the feeling of the afternoon sun warming your bare skin.
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Walking barefoot outside, with the soles of your feet free to mesh with the surface of the Earth – an activity known as Earthing, or grounding — is another such case.
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I have been personally intrigued with grounding for nearly seven years and have been seeking to ground myself most of the time.
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This is a fascinating leading-edge concept, and I would strongly encourage you to carefully read the featured article for more details.
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You are an Electrical Being, and the Earth’s Surface is Electrically Conductive
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You are an electrical being — your body regularly produces positive charges, which can oxidize and harm you if it is excessive..
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The Earth’s surface is electrically conductive; it maintains a negative charge with its free electron supply continually replenished by the global atmospheric electrical circuit.
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A Review of Earthing Research Shows Significant Benefits
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In a new article published in the Journal of Environmental and Public Health, researchers reviewed the Earthing research, revealing an impressive impact on a variety of health conditions. Most of the studies involved indoor testing methods that simulated being barefoot outdoors. This was found to offer improvements in the following conditions:
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~ Sleep disturbances, including sleep apnea
~ Chronic muscle and joint pain, and other types of pain
~ Asthmatic and respiratory conditions
~ Rheumatoid arthritis
~ PMS
~ Hypertension
~ Energy levels
~ Stress
~ Immune system activity and response
~ Heart rate variability
~ Primary indicators of osteoporosis
~ Fasting glucose levels among people with diabetes
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PCOS Lady:
I love walking barefoot! Now i know the health benefits for it… Spiritual people know about grounding and the importance in it… Go barefoot’n!
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Another invaluable benefit is this: when your body is grounded, researchers write, “its electrical potential becomes equalized with the Earth’s electrical potential through a transfer of electrons from the Earth to the body.” This, in turn, offers an “umbrella” of protection against the electromagnetic fields that are now ubiquitous in our environment. The paper continues:
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“The study confirms the “umbrella” effect of earthing the body explained by Nobel Prize winner Richard Feynman in his lectures on electromagnetism. Feynman said that when the body’s potential is the same as the Earth’s electric potential (and thus grounded), it becomes an extension of the Earth’s gigantic electric system. The Earth’s potential thus becomes the “working agent that cancels, reduces, or pushes away electric fields from the body.”
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Most of the scientists working in this area now believe that the beneficial effects are mediated through reduction in inflammation and a thinning of the blood. In fact the blood thinning effect is so profound that if you are taking blood thinners it is recommended to immediately consult with your doctor, as most likely your blood thinner will need to be lowered.
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Two Ways to Make Sure You Stay Grounded
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The effects of grounding appear to be so profound that researchers suggest health practitioners prescribe outdoor “barefoot sessions” as the weather permits. This is as simple as it sounds – you kick off your shoes and socks and walk barefoot on the grass, the dirt, the sand or whatever “Earth” is available to you. Studies suggest that benefits such as pain relief and stress reduction may occur in just 30-80 minutes of barefoot time a day.
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This can obviously be a challenge during the winter, or if you live in an urban area without easy access to parks or other barefoot-friendly surfaces, so the other option is to use a grounding or Earthing pad, which allows you to get the benefits of the Earth’s electrons even if you’re indoors, especially when you’re sleeping. I’ve been using one for several months now, especially when I travel by plane, as air travel is a suspected cause of weakening bio-electric currents.
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So, like access to regular sun exposure, walking barefoot outside is a grossly neglected foundational practice that you can easily correct. In the Journal of Environmental and Public Health, researchers concluded:
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“Emerging evidence shows that contact with the Earth—whether being outside barefoot or indoors connected to grounded conductive systems—may be a simple, natural, and yet profoundly effective environmental strategy against chronic stress, ANS [autonomic nervous system] dysfunction, inflammation, pain, poor sleep, disturbed HRV [heart rate variability], hypercoagulable blood, and many common health disorders, including cardiovascular disease.
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The research done to date supports the concept that grounding or earthing the human body may be an essential element in the health equation along with sunshine, clean air and water, nutritious food, and physical activity.”
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Read the entire article on the site…
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PCOS Lady:
Doctors rarely ever tell you to walk barefoot outside! Makes me think and realize they wouldn’t cause we would not be as sick as we are if we did walk outside barefoot grounding ourselves…
~ I remember seeing on TV years ago a man wake up in the am with the bottom half of his arm missing, no blood…
~ The electrical charge in his body blew it off! Cauterized it as well…
~ Sure is something to remember!
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SITES
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GOOGLE:
earthing
grounding

August 23, 2012

Heart Disease in Women with Statistics

Posted in HEART DISEASE tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 6:43 pm by PCOSLady

http://www.youbeauty.com/health/heart-disease-women
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PCOS Lady:
Posted this for the statistics listed for you…
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Heart Disease in Women: A Red-Hot, Overlooked Medical Issue
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Compared to men, women are less likely to receive heart disease treatment, and more likely to experience severe problems during and after a heart attack.
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Vascular disease leading to heart attacks and strokes is the number one killer of women in the U.S. and Canada—one in two women will die of heart disease or stroke, compared with one in 25 women who will die of breast cancer.
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Yet heart problems are still widely regarded as a male problem, but we differ—for example, 42 percent of women who have heart attacks die within one year, compared to 24 percent of men. By the way, you may think osteoporosis is a female disease but that’s the same problem as thinking heart disease is a male disease. Osteoporosis is also a disease of both men and women and more men than women die after a hip fracture.
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This stereotype is most worrisome when it counts most: before a heart attack. Women are largely under-treated when it comes to preventive heart and vascular care. In a recent study, a full 70 percent of people who experienced a heart attack did not receive prior treatment for heart disease. A majority of those overlooked? Women younger than 66 years.
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Other research reveals: Women under 55 also have it worse than men during and following a heart attack. A study out of British Columbia showed that when a heart attack struck, women experienced more severe chest pains and more pain in spots like the shoulder, left arm, throat and neck.
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Women have a keen ability to spot discomfort that their loved ones experience, but it’s important to recognize warning signs for yourself.
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The following symptoms may not be alarming in your day-to-day, but in some cases could signal an aortic valve problem, which may lead to heart disease or heart attack:
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1) Feeling tired or weak. If you work yourself into the ground during the week, feeling exhausted may not come as a surprise. Take note when you’re still feeling this way on a rested day.
2) Being short of breath. Making a big speech or seeing your child climbing on top of a cupboard can make you gasp for a full breath. But if you don’t have asthma or anxiety, and your chest is tight, make a trip to the doctor.
3) Getting light-headed. Feeling faint after a light lunch? Keep healthy snacks on hand and see if you’re still having dizzy spells. And if they’re reoccurring, see your doc.
4) Having palpitations. When your heart’s racing at night do you blame all that (good-for-you) coffee you downed during the day? If you aren’t big on caffeine and your heart’s beating hard while you’re lying down, take it up with your doc.
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VIDEO: 4 Must-Know Heart Attack Warning Signs
http://www.doctoroz.com/videos/4-must-know-warning-signs-pt-1
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Stop procrastinating. Too many women put off checking these symptoms because they simply “don’t have the time.” Just think of all the appointments you’d have down the line if you don’t figure out the source of these symptoms. Putting yourself first will help you get the care you need sooner, and turn the problem around if there is one.
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If you have experienced a heart attack, you must (we repeat, must) put yourself first. Women in the Canadian study experienced poorer quality of life, recurring chest pain and more physical limitations during their recovery, than men.
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Why? Since women often play caretaker to their family, they may not be as good at taking care of themselves when they need it most; the researchers found that women were less likely to do cardiac rehab than men!
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For your family, lead by example in taking care of yourself, with a healthy diet and exercise plan, along with regular checkups. You’ll be quicker on your feet, and can prevent scary heart problems from arising in the first place.
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Read on for your complete guide to how heart disease can be turned right around with lifestyle changes from diet to exercise and stress management.
~ Google: womens heart attack symptoms … Read and keep reading…
~ Look at your self and change the triggers and what bothers you… Change your eating ways, exercise, etc…
~ Rid your life of the negativity and relax to enjoy your life!
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Take care of “YOU” and live a happy life!
~
Christie
PCOS Lady
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BLOG
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http://rosie.com/my-heart-attack/
~ Rosie O’Donnell’s blog

April 17, 2012

Endocrine Disorder

Posted in ENDOCTRINE DISORDER tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 1:12 am by PCOSLady

WHICH ONE AM I? WHICH WAY DO I TURN?


Endocrine Disorder
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http://www.rightdiagnosis.com/sym/endocrine_disorder.htm
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Definitions of Endocrine disorder:
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Impairment of health or a condition of abnormal functioning of the system of glands that release their secretions (hormones) directly into the circulatory system.
– (Source – CRISP)
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http://www.rightdiagnosis.com/symptoms/endocrine_disorder/causes.htm
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List of 43 causes of Endocrine disorder:
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This section shows a full list of all the diseases and conditions listed as a possible cause of Endocrine disorder in our database from various sources.
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~ Acromegaly
~ Addison’s disease
~ Adrenal carcinoma
~ Adrenal disorders
~ Autoimmune polyendocrine syndromes
~ Congenital adrenal hyperplasia
~ Conn’s syndrome
~ Cushing’s syndrome
~ Diabetes insipidus
~ Diabetes mellitus
~ Dwarfism
~ Gigantism
~ Glucose homeostasis disorders
~ Hyperparathyroidism
~ Hypoparathyroidism
~ Hypopitutarism
~ Incidentaloma
~ Klinefelters syndrome
~ MEN type 1
~ MEN type 2a
~ MEN type 2b
~ Metabolic bone disease
~ Osteoporosis
~ Ovarian failure
~ Paget’s disease of bone
~ Parathyroid gland disorders
~ Penderd syndrome
~ Phaeochromocytoma
~ Pheochromocytoma
~ Pituitary gland disorders
~ Polycystic ovary disease
~ Prolactinoma
~ Rickets
~ Sex hormone disorders
~ SIADH
~ Sipple syndrome
~ Testicular failure
~ Thyotoxicosis
~ Thyroid cancer
~ Thyroid disorders
~ Thyroiditis
~ Turners syndrome
~ Wermer’s syndrome
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Note: Proceed to their Symptom Checker at the site…
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PCOS Lady:
* Take your symptoms list with you! *
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Then you must see either your MD or hopefully an Endocrinologist, who specializes in all this!

March 20, 2012

Celiac Disease Symptoms (PCOS plus?)

Posted in CELIAC DISEASE, GLUTEN SENSITIVITY, PCOS, SYMPTOMS tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 2:44 am by PCOSLady

THIS MIGHT BE YOU... HAVE THE TEST FOR CELIAC DISEASE TO KNOW....


Everyone,
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I saw this list and felt it was important to post it here… The symptoms are vast overlapping PCOS and many other conditions…. Maybe you have this too and it’s not being addressed… It may answer the “WHY” your body does not respond to everything you try… April 2012 my DO told me 1 in 25 people have it and do not know it! His niece was just diagnosed having Celiac…
~ The View’s Elisabeth Hasselbeck has Celiac Disease and is Gluten Sensitive…
~ Celiac will prevent you from getting pregnant
~ Gluten Sensitivity starves you inside
~ Gluten allergic has you hungry still after eating because the nutrients pass through your body…
~ Her book: Deliciously G-Free Flavorful Believe Gluten-Free… http://www.amazon.com/Deliciously-G-Free-Flavorful-Believe-Gluten-Free/dp/0345529383/?qid=1340356292&s=books&sr=1-1&keywords=elisabeth+hasselbeck&ie=UTF8&ref=sr_1_1
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It takes a blood test or a mouth swab sample…
http://www.celiac.com/articles/21567/1/Ten-Facts-About-Celiac-Disease-Genetic-Testing/Page1.html
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http://glutenfreeworks.com/gluten-disorders/celiac-disease/symptom-guide/
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Symptom Guide
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Could My Symptoms Be Related to Celiac Disease or Gluten Sensitivity?
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This is a common question people ask in the face of a bewildering array
of possible celiac disease and gluten sensitivity symptoms. The Gluten Free Works Celiac Disease Symptom Guide will help you identify possible symptoms and health problems that you can present to your doctor.
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Here is the list of over 300 Signs, Symptoms, Associated Disorders and Complications directly or indirectly resulting from celiac disease and gluten sensitivity.
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We were the first to present this information in our comprehensive celiac disease reference, “Recognizing Celiac Disease.” This list is now being used by celiac disease centers, national celiac organizations and health organizations worldwide.
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Blood System Symptoms
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Abnormal levels of blood components and quality of blood cells and plasma, detected by blood studies ordered by a doctor…
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~ Anemia, Folic acid
~ Anemia, Iron
~ Anemia, Vitamin B12
~ Anti-Endomysium Antibodies (EMA)
~ Anti-Gliadin Antibodies (AGA)
~ Anti-Tissue Transglutaminase Antibodies (tTG)
~ Associated Autoimmune Antibodies
~ Bone Alkaline Phosphatase Enzyme, Elevated
~ Calcium, Low
~ Cholesterol, Low (below 156)
~ Coagulation Factors, Low
~ Copper, Low
~ Hemochromatosis
~ Glucose, Low or elevated
~ Homocysteine, Elevated
~ Hyperprolactinemia (elevated prolactin hormone)
~ Hypoprothrombinemia
~ Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura
~ Liver Enzymes, Elevated
~ Macroamylasemia
~ Macrocytosis
~ Macrolipasemia
~ Magnesium, Low
~ Neutropenia
~ Phosphorus, Low
~ Plasma Proteins, Low
~ Potassium, Low
~ Prolonged Prothrombin Time
~ Transient Erythroblastopenia
~ Zinc, Low
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Body Composition Symptoms
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Disorders of the body as a whole…
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~ Anorexia (Poor appetite)
~ Appetite, Increased
~ Cachexia (Wasting of the body)
~ Loss of Vitality
~ Obesity
~ Weight Gain, Unexplained
~ Weight Loss, Unexplained
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Cardiovascular System Symptoms
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Disorders of the heart and blood vessels…
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~ Angina Pectoris
~ Aortic Vasculitis
~ Atherosclerosis
~ Cardiomegaly
~ Coronary Artery Disease
~ Easy Bruising (Ecchymosis)
~ Hypertension
~ Idiopathic Dilated Cardiomyopathy
~ Nosebleeds, Unexplained
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Digestive System Symptoms
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The following symptoms in this section may be present alone or in any combination in celiac disease. They result from inflammation, damage,and interference with normal function caused by gluten exposure in the digestive tract itself and/or nutritional deficiencies. As you see, problems can develop not only in the small intestine where inflammation can be intense, but also in other areas such as mucosal tissues of the mouth, esophagus, stomach and colon.
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~ Abdominal Distention (Bloating)
~ Abdominal Pain
~ Adenocarcinoma of the Small Intestine
~ Aphthous Ulcers (Canker sores in mouth)
~ Autoimmune Cholangitis
~ Beta Casein Enteropathy (Cow’s dairy intolerance similar to celiac disease)
~ Bleeding, Unexplained
~ Cancer of the Esophagus
~ Cancer of the Pharynx
~ Candida Infections
~ Carbohydrate Malabsorption
~ Cheilosis (Red lips, cracking/ oozing at corners of mouth)
~ Colitis, Collagenous
~ Colitis, Lymphocytic
~ Colitis, Ulcerative
~ Colonic Volvulus (Loop of intestine twists causing strangulation of intestine)
~ Constipation
~ Constipation Alternating with Diarrhea
~ Crohn’s Disease
~ Defective Tooth Enamel (Yellow, white spots, missing enamel)
~ Delayed Gastric Emptying (Early fullness after eating)
~ Diarrhea, acute (Also called celiac crisis)
~ Diarrhea, chronic
~ Duodenal Erosions in the Second Part of Duodenum (Small ulcers)
~ Dysphagia (Difficulty swallowing)
~ Edema of Small Intestinal Lining
~ Esophageal Small Cell Cancer
~ Esophageal Motor Abnormalities (Poor muscle activity/coordination)
~ Gas
~ Gastric Ulcer (Stomach ulcers)
~ Gastric Ulcerations
~ Gastritis, Collagenous
~ Gastritis, Lymphocytic
~ Gastro-Esophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)
~ Gastro-Intestinal Occult Bleeding (Blood in stool that is not visible to naked eye)
~ Gluten Sensitive Enteritis
~ Gums bleeding/ swollen (Purplish in adults/ red in children)
~ Heartburn
~ H. Pylori Bacter (Infection of the stomach)
~ Impaired Gall Bladder Motility
~ Irritable Bowel Syndrome
~ Jejunitis, chronic
~ Lactose Intolerance (Gas, bloating, loose stools from milk)
~ Laryngospasm
~ Leaky Gut Syndrome
~ Lymphoma
~ Malabsorption of Nutrients
~ Maltose Intolerance (Gas, bloating, loose stools from maltose, a simple carbohydrate)
~ Nausea
~ Oral Mucosal Lesions (Mouth lesions)
~ Plummer-Vinson Syndrome
~ Post-cricoid Cancer
~ Primary Biliary Cirrhosis (Bile backs up in liver)
~ Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (Scarring of bile ducts in liver)
~ Small Bowel Intussusception (One loop of intestine slips into another)
~ Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth
~ Steatorrhea (Pale, smelly, floating stool hard to flush or sticks to toilet)
~ Sucrose Intolerance (Gas, bloating, mucous in stool from sugar)
~ Tongue (Beefy, red, smooth, burning)
~ Tongue (Fiery red, smooth, swollen, sore)
~ Tongue (Magenta, swollen)
~ Tongue (Pale, smooth, burning)
~ Vomiting
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Glandular System Symptoms
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Disorders of the glands…
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~ Addison’s Disease (Adrenal gland failure)
~ Autoimmune Hepatitis
~ Autoimmune Thyroiditis (Hypothyroidism)
~ Diabetes Mellitus Type I
~ Diabetic Instability
~ Gastro-Intestinal Complications of Type 1 Diabetes
~ Grave’s Disease (Hyperthyroidism)
~ Hepatic Granulomatous Disease
~ Idiopathic Hypoparathyroidism
~ Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
~ Pancreatic Insufficiency
~ Parathyroid Carcinoma
~ Primary Hyperparathyroidism
~ Secondary Hypoparathyroidism
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Immune System Symptoms
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Disorders of antibody production…
~!
~ Allergic Rhinitis
~ Antiphospholipid Syndrome
~ Asthma
~ Autoimmune Disorders in Celiac Disease
~ Autoimmune Disorders in Dermatitis Herpetiformis
~ Autoimmune Polyglandular Syndromes
~ Common Variable Immunodeficiency
~ Food Allergies, IgE and non-IgE Immune Responses
~ IgA Deficiency
~ Sarcoidosis
~ Sjögrens Syndrome
~ Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
~ Urticaria, chronic (Hives)
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Integumentary System Symptoms
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Disorders of skin, hair, and nails…
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~ Alopecia Areata (Patches of hair loss)
~ Alopecia, Diffuse (Balding)
~ Cutaneous Vasculitis
~ Cutis Laxa
~ Dermatitis Herpetiformis
~ Dermatomyositis
~ Eczema
~ Edema (Swelling)
~ Eythema Elevatum Diutinum
~ Erythema Nodosum
~ Follicular Hyperkeratosis (Dry rough skin/ plugged hair follicles on body)
~ Ichthyosis, Acquired
~ Itchy Skin Rash
~ Hangnail
~ Koilonychia (Thin nails that flatten, ends progressively turning up instead of down)
~ Melanoma
~ Nails, Dry and brittle that chip, peel, crack or break easily
~ Nails with Horizontal and Vertical Ridges/Fragile
~ Nail with Rounded and Curved Down Ends, Dark, Dry
~ Nails with White Spots
~ Nails with Splinter Hemorrhages
~ Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris
~ Prurigo Nodularis (Hyde’s Prurigo)
~ Psoriasis
~ Scleroderma
~ Seborrhea
~ Thin hair
~ Vitiligo
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Lymphatic System Symptoms
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Disorders of the lymphocytes (white blood cells), lymph nodes and spleen…
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~ B-cell non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma
~ Cryptic Intestinal T-cell Lymphoma (Refractory Sprue)
~ Enteropathy Associated T-cell Lymphoma (EATL)
~ Extraintestinal Lymphomas
~ Intraepithelial Lymphocytosis in Small Bowel Samples
~ Lymphadenopathy
~ Mesenteric Lymph Node Cavitation
~ Hyposplenism (Atrophy of spleen)
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Muscular System Symptoms
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Disorders of muscle structure and function…
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~ Hypokalemic Rhabdomyolysis (Acute, severe potassium deficiency)
~ Muscle Pain and Tenderness
~ Muscle Spasm and Cramps
~ Muscle Wasting
~ Muscle Weakness
~ Osteomalacic Myopathy
~ Polymyositis
~ Tetany
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Nervous System Symptoms
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Disorders of nerves, brain and spinal cord structure and function…
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~ Anxiety
~ Apathy
~ Ataxia, Gait Disturbance
~ Ataxia, Gluten
~ Ataxia, Progressive Myoclonic
~ Brain Atrophy
~ Cerebral Perfusion Abnormalities (Poor blood flow)
~ Chonic Fatigue Syndrome
~ Chorea
~ Cortical Calcifying Angiomatosis
~ Dementia
~ Depression
~ Epilepsy
~ Fatigue/ Lassitude
~ Headache
~ Inability to Concentrate
~ Insomnia
~ Irritability
~ Migraine
~ Multiple Sclerosis
~ Nervous System Disorders
~ Peripheral Neuropathy
~ Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy
~ Schizophrenic Spectrum Disorders
~ Tremors
~ Vasculitis of the Central Nervous System
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Pulmonary System Symptoms
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Disorders of lung tissue and broncheal tree structure and function…

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~ Bronchiectasis
~ Bronchial Pneumonia
~ Idiopathic Pulmonary Hemosiderosis
~ Increased Pulmonary Permeability
~ Increased Susceptibility to Tuberculosis
~ Lung Cavities or Abcess
~ Non-Response to Tuberculosis Treatment
~ Pneumococcal Septicemia
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Sensory System Symptoms
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Disorders of sense organ structure and function…
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~ Bitot’s Spots (Foamy patches on whites of eye)
~ Blepharitis
~ Bloodshot Eyes
~ Blurred Vision
~ Cataracts
~ Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca
~ Keratomalacia
~ Nightblindness
~ Ocular Myopathy
~ Smell, Loss of
~ Taste, Loss of
~ Uveitis, Bilateral
~ Xerophthalmia
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Skeletal System Symptoms
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Disorders of bone, joints and teeth…
~ Bone Fracture
~ Bone Pain
~ Enteropathic Arthritis
~ Osteitis Fibrosa
~ Osteomalacia
~ Osteonecrosis
~ Osteoporosis
~ Psoriatic Arthritis
~ Recurrent Monoarthritis
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Urinary System Symptoms
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Disorders of kidneys and urinary tract structure and function…
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~ Hypocalciuria
~ IgA Nephropathy
~ Kidney Stones
~ Urinary Tract Infection
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Reproductive System Symptoms in Females
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Disorders of organ structure and function…
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~ Amenorrhea (Absence of menstrual period)
~ Early Menopause
~ Infertility
~ Late Menarche (Late start of menstrual periods)
~ Premenstrual Syndrome
~ Dysmenorrhea (Painful menstrual periods)
~ Dyspareunia (Painful intercourse)
~ Vaginitis
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Reproductive System Symptoms in Males
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Disorders of organ structure and function…
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~ Hypogonadism
~ Impotence
~ Infertility
~ Sperm Abnormalities
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Reproduction: Pregnancy, Labor & Delivery and Puerperium Symptoms
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Disorders of childbearing…
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~ Severe Iron Deficiency Anemia in Pregnancy
~ Short Duration of Breast Feeding
~ Miscarriage
~ Complications During Pregnancy, Labor and Delivery
~ Complications After Childbirth
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Zygote Development Symptoms
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Disorders of chromosomes…
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~ Down Syndrome
~ Turner’s Syndrome
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Fetus Development Symptoms
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Disorders of that occur before birth of the child…

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~ Congenital Anomalies
~ Intrauterine Growth Retardation
~ Cystic Fibrosis
~ Spina Bifida
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Child Development Symptoms

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Disorders of children that occur after birth…

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~ Autism and Learning Disorders
~ Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)
~ Cancer Predisposition in Children
~ Chronic Bullous Dermatosis
~ Delayed Puberty in Boys
~ Delayed Puberty in Girls
~ Dermatitis Herpetiformis
~ Developmental Delay
~ Failure to Thrive and Growth Retardation
~ Fecal Occult Blood (Blood found in stool that is not visible to the naked eye)
~ Glycogenic Acanthosis
~ Hypotonia
~ Juvenile Autoimmune Thyroid Disease
~ Juvenile Diabetes Type 1
~ Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis
~ Abnormal Blood Studies
~ Latent Anemia in Enzymopathies of Small Intestine (Lack of enzymes produced by villi)
~ Penicilllin V Impaired Absorption
~ Refractory Anemia (Unresponsive to iron therapy)
~ Osteopenia
~ Rickets
~ Short Stature
~ Stroke in Childhood
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Here are some other ways to look at various symptoms :
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Behavioral Symptoms
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~ Aloofness
~ Hyperactivity
~ Irritability (Common in children with celiac disease)
~ Impatience
~ Lack of Desire to Get Things Done
~ Lack of Feeling
~ Restlessness
~ Timid Behavior
~ Violent Behavior
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Neurological Issues

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~ Anxiety
~ Apathy
~ Bipolar disorder
~ Depression
~ Difficulty Making Friendships
~ Easy Frustration and Anger
~ Nervousness
~ Panic Attacks
~ Sense of Worthlessness
~ Overly Self-critical
~ Hysteria
~ Hypochondria
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Cognitive (Thinking) Symptoms

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~ Confused/ Faulty Thinking
~ Confabulation
~ Delusions
~ Dementia
~ Disorientation
~ Faulty Learning
~ Hallucination
~ Inattentiveness
~ Loss of Memory
~ Loss of Immediate Memory
~ Poor Memory
~ Reduced Learning
~ Slow Thinking
~ Scattered Thinking
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Suggestion: Print this list out, check off the symptoms that pertain to you… Show your medical provider…
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Knowledge is POWER!
YOU know your body!

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Site
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http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/topic/54666-pcos-and-celiac/
~ Celiac.com forum … PCOS and Celiac post.. 1st hand experiences, etc…
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http://www.celiaccentral.org/
http://www.facebook.com/NFCeliacAwareness
~ National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness for celiac disease and gluten intolerance.
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http://www.celiac.nih.gov/
~ National Institutes of Health (NIH)… Celiac Disease Awareness Campaign
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http://www.everydayhealth.com/blogs/glutenfreehelp
~ Everyday Health… Gluten Free Help… Community, news…
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http://www.everydayhealth.com/blogs/tag/gluten-free-diet
~ Everyday Health… Gluten Free Blogs
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http://dogtorj.com/what-is-food-intolerance/food-intolerance-man-and-animal-versus-gluten/
~ Dogtor J … Food intolerance in people and pets … Nice info…
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March 16, 2012

Magnesium (the good and deficiencies)

Posted in MINERALS tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 10:30 pm by PCOSLady

Magnesium
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Why is the calcium magnesium ratio so important?
Because magnesium is the most versatile mineral in your body and participates in over 300 hormone reactions!
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This workhorse of a mineral plays many roles in your body, including:
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~ Gives rigidity AND flexibility to your bones
~ Increases bio availability of calcium
~ Regulates and normalizes blood pressure
~ Prevents and reverses kidney stone formation
~ Promotes restful sleep
~ Helps prevent congestive heart failure
~ Eases muscle cramps and spasms
~ Lowers serum cholesterol levels and triglycerides
~ Decreases insulin resistance
~ Can prevent artherosclerosis and stroke
~ End cluster and migraine headaches
~ Enhances circulation
~ Relieves fibromyalgia and chronic pain
~ Treats asthma and emphysema
~ Helps make proteins
~ Encourages proper elimination
~ Prevents osteoporosis
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Magnesium is a magnificent mineral and imperative for good health.
But a poor diet of processed foods and a stressful lifestyle can lead to mineral deficiencies, including magnesium. If you ARE deficient in magnesium, you may notice a wide range of symptoms.
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Magnesium Deficiency Symptoms
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http://bodyecology.com/articles/magnesium_deficiency.php

~ Body Ecology
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Because magnesium is active in so many different processes in your body, magnesium deficiency symptoms are varied and can include:
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~ Insomnia
~ Anxiety, hyperactivity, restlessness
~ Constipation
~ Muscle spasms, twitches, soreness (RLS, Charlie Horses)
~ Difficulty swallowing
~ Back aches
~ Headaches
~ Chest tightness and difficulty breathing
~ Heart palpitations
~ High blood pressure
~ Extreme fatigue
~ Osteoporosis
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Any of these common symptoms may indicate that you need more magnesium in your diet, but this simple mineral can help eliminate these symptoms and enhance your health.
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MORE LINKS:
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Magnesium Deficiency Symptoms and Diagnosis
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/magnesium-deficiency-symptoms-and-diagnosis
~ Green Med Info .. Magnesium Deficiency Symptoms and Diagnosis …
~ Magnesium deficiency is often misdiagnosed because it does not show up in blood tests – only 1% of the body’s magnesium is stored in the blood.
~ Most doctors and laboratories don’t even include magnesium status in routine blood tests.
~ Thus, most doctors don’t know when their patients are deficient in magnesium, even though studies show that the majority of Americans are deficient in magnesium.
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http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/002423.htm
~ Medline Plus… Good source of information…
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http://www.calmnatural.co.uk/magnesium-food-sources
~ Calm Natural
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Google: magnesium deficiency symptoms

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