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I have oxoylate (sp) kidney stones which i control by diet now, will magnesium silicate and titantium dioxide be an issue in a supplement I am conside?
Not really.: The titanium oxide is useless-a whitener. All you need to help control oxalate levels is b6 (pyridoxine) 100mg twice daily, and magnesium oxide (400mg) taken twice daily. Also do not take vitamin c which is converted to oxalate. Good luck. This does work! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can potassium alum and hydrated magnesium silicate can penetrate skin and cause cancer like other deodorants?
Magnesium: Yes -- magnesium relaxes vascular smooth muscle, and can relax skeletal muscle. In toxemia, magnesium is given intravenously to help lower bp and mute seizure risk. Dietary magnesium is known to be a natural adjunct to other bp lowering interventions, including salt restriction, weight loss, less sugar, less fat, and smoking cessation. ...Read more
Organic: Also consider that the organic grown versions of those same foods will tend to be richer in magnesium. Our soils are magnesium depleted and have been for over 50 years. Conventionally grown (non-organic) food does not have as good nutrients as organic. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Many symptoms: Magnesium is electrolyte needed for proper muscle, nerve, and enzyme function. Low magnesium level can cause muscle twitches and weakness, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, fatigue, difficulty sleeping, mental confusion, memory problems, lack of concentration. Survival depends on adequate amount of magnesium.Moderate deficieny can cause cardiac problems.Things get worse with degree of severity. ...Read more
Magnesium: I'm not sure what you mean. Assuming this means you were told by your doctor you had a abnormally high serum magnesium level, it can be caused by a number of things, some a simple as use of certain magnesium-containing antacids. It is also associated with kidney disease and if pathologic often associated with abnormal calcium and/or potassium levels. It definitely deserves further evaluation. ...Read more
In rats: human data?: The researchers conclude that the study provides “evidence for a possible causal relationship between high [magnesium] intake and memory enhancements in aged rats.” they also call for further studies to investigate the relationship between dietary magnesium intake, body and brain magnesium levels, and cognitive skills. www.webmd.com/.../news/20100127/magnesium-may-improve-memory. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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