Magnesium Deficiency – Needs for Magnesium not Met in Most People

Magnesium deficiency is common since the the American diet is rich in proteins, carbohydrates and fats but it is generally poor in magnesium (Mg). Additionally, most supplements of vitamins and minerals, that are taken by many to assure adequate nutrition, provide magnesium in only minimal amounts, if at all. Magnesium is a mineral that is essential for health in optimal quantities, if we are [...]

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Significant Risks of Low Magnesium During Pregnancy

What are the effects of low magnesium during pregnancy? This article is from a talk by the late Dr. Mildred Seelig, who was perhaps the world’s most preeminent researcher on Magnesium. She makes the case that low magnesium during pregnancy is associated with low birth weight, gestational diabetes, stillbirth, and eclampsia. Not only that, but babies born with these problems have more heart problems later in life. [...]

Mineral Resources International – 50 years of improving global health

The history of Mineral Resources International began in 1968, when Hartley Anderson read a series of newspaper articles written by Dr. George W. Crane Ph.D. M.D., who published the amazing results people received from drinking small amounts of sea water daily. Dr. Crane theorized that the abundant minerals and trace minerals contained in seawater, played an essential role in maintaining optimal health. These articles struck Hartley like [...]