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“Older patients with a history of myocardial infarction could reduce their chances of premature cardiovascular disease and all-cause mortality by consuming sufficient dietary magnesium, according to a Dutch study.” [Source:]


An essential mineral, clinical studies have shown that magnesium is particularly important for helping to normalize elevated blood pressure and that it can also help correct irregular heartbeat rhythms. Described by the United States National Institutes of Health as being a cofactor in more than 300 enzyme systems in the body, low intakes and blood levels of magnesium are known to be associated with a wide variety of chronic diseases and health problems, as well as sudden cardiac death.

A meta-analysis published in 2017 examined data from 11 randomized controlled trials involving a total of 543 participants and found that magnesium supplements can significantly reduce blood pressure in patients with insulin resistance, prediabetes, or other noncommunicable chronic diseases. The studies analyzed in this scientific publication employed doses of magnesium ranging from 365 mg to 450 mg per day.

As important as magnesium is, however, the most effective approach to controlling cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, and other health problems is not based upon the use of single micronutrients. Instead, it employs a carefully chosen group of micronutrients acting in biological synergy. This revolutionary science-based approach is based on Dr. Rath’s Cellular Medicine discovery that the main cause of today’s most common chronic diseases is a long-term deficiency of specific vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other essential micronutrients. Dietary supplementation with the correct micronutrients makes it possible to prevent and control cardiovascular disease naturally, without drugs.

To learn more about Dr. Rath’s groundbreaking approach to the prevention and control of cardiovascular disease, read his book ‘Why Animals Don’t Get Heart Attacks…But People Do!