Lack of Magnesium and Chronic Pain

Recently inside the Club one of our members posted how she’d uncovered a major source of her pain. She’d listened to one of our guest expert interviews – with Dr Carolyn Dean – author of ‘The Magnesium Miracle.’ Turns out magnesium is one deficiency that’s often missed – due to the way in which it’s tested (which often turns up false negatives.)

Just two days after taking magnesium supplements, she found her pain levels reduced significantly. The fact of the matter is – there’s often many different factors that cause chronic pain. The search for the ‘magic bullet’ is generally not a good idea. However, the search for knowledge and empowerment always is.

I’m so happy when Club members make discoveries like this. They get them from the expert interviews inside the club, and from other club members – and sometimes from my comments. However the most important thing is what this lady realised:

“I am the only one living life inside of me, getting constant data and feedback. No clinician or mentor or specialist has that. I need to consult with others, then confirm with myself.”

And this is what the Club is all about. We’re all unique humans, and while there are answers for everyone – not everyone is going to get same answer. As you grow in knowledge, and learn to look for answers and trust yourself – you’ll make progress. It’s wonderful to see, and rewarding to be a part of.

That’s why I encourage you – if you’re also on the path towards self-discovery and getting your life back from pain – to join us inside the Club. We’re coming to the end of the year – and it’s up to you how you’re going to create 2017.

– Jonathan

PS> Here’s what a club member had to say about their experience: “Had no idea what to expect with this community or this program. So far, very pleased and surprised…”

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Magnesium Deficiency Joint Pain | LIVESTRONG.COM › Food and Drink

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About eslkevin

I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.
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