Dr. Grant reviews a recent paper that provides additional evidence supporting the role of vitamin D and magnesium in maintaining optimal health.
Tag Archives: Magnesium
There is a great need to start looking at magnesium deficiency as a serious and common health problem. However, there are some barriers in testing if people are getting enough.
Data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) revealed a statistically significant link between magnesium intake and vitamin D status.
Dr Cannell brings attention to prevalent magnesium deficiency and the need for more interest from health care providers and researchers.
Researchers at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine recently studied calcium and magnesium intakes and incidence of lung cancer in 71,000 Chinese women.
Dr Cannell discusses some research, some nutrients and some of his own habits to ensure optimal bone health, outside of just focusing on calcium and vitamin D.
Dr Cannell discusses the latest research on medications used to treat GERD and heartburn and how they deplete our body’s magnesium stores.
Dr Cannell reviews a recent publication which takes a look at a particularly challenging case involving a patient who has dangerously low calcium levels.
Dr Cannell reviews a recently published study which takes a closer look at vitamin D’s role in urine calcium in those who have kidney stones.
A study finds that vitamin D significantly improves arterial function.