A review published in The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association found that vitamin D can’t be metabolized without sufficient levels of magnesium.
The finding of this review adds further support to the ‘Micronutrient Synergy’ principle that has been developed by scientists at the Dr. Rath Research Institute. This principle is based on the scientific understanding that while vitamins, minerals, and other micronutrients are all required for the normal functioning of the human body, they do not work alone. Instead, they participate in complex metabolic processes and interact either by enhancing or opposing each other’s actions. Ensuring their optimal interaction and cellular balance is essential for achieving good health.
Through applying the ‘Micronutrient Synergy’ principle when carrying out scientific studies, the Dr. Rath Research Institute’s scientists have proved it is possible to affect multiple biological targets simultaneously. This means that key mechanisms of cardiovascular disease, cancer, and other diseases can now be controlled safely and naturally, without drugs.
To learn more about preventing and controlling diseases with micronutrients, visit the Cellular Medicine section of our website.