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We live in an exciting and fun time. The world is at your fingertips. You can travel almost anywhere you want on a moment’s notice. You can go places and do things your ancient ancestors could never dream of doing.
They only had one advantage over us... their environment. Their water was pure, and their food was full of every mineral your body needs.
It’s been my mission as a doctor to help you return to your body what’s missing in our modern environment, so you can live a full life without worry.
One of the most important ways I can do this is with minerals. They are the building blocks of your body and the easiest, fastest way to make sure you’re functioning at your best.
The most vital of these is magnesium. But modern farming practices have depleted much of what was in your food. And it used to be in your drinking water until filtration, processing and bottled water came into favor.
That’s why it’s more important than ever to make sure your body has enough magnesium. Magnesium supports the function of almost every one of your organs, especially your brain and heart. With enough magnesium, you’ll feel strong, recharged and ready for each day.
I recommend you take it with vitamin B6. This will increase the amount of magnesium your body can absorb.
Size: 100 Tablets
List of Ingredients
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Al Sears, M.D., is a practicing physician with extensive experience in the fields of complementary and natural healthcare. The recommendation and materials on this site represent his opinion based on his years of practicing medicine. Any recommendations are not intended to replace the advice of your physician. You are encouraged to seek advice from a competent medical professional regarding the applicability of any recommendations with regard to your symptoms or condition. It is important that you do not reduce, change or discontinue any medication or treatment without consulting your physician first.