- You might be magnesium deficient
- Do you get any of these 11 symptoms?
- If so, here’s how to restore your missing nutrient and turn the clock back
Here’s a very quick quiz….
Do you suffer from any of these symptoms, and had problems getting a diagnosis… or finding a treatment that helps?
- joint pain and stiffness
- high blood pressure
- poor circulation
- muscle cramps
- restless leg syndrome
- high cholesterol
- Severe PMS
- Premature hair loss
Or are you simply feeling… well, frankly… older than you should feel… constantly under the weather and you can’t seem to shake it.
If so, you could be one of the 70% of people in the UK with a deficiency in a specific nutrient that’s been stripped from our food in the last 50 years.
Please take a look at this special webpage we’ve put up this week: Revealed, the Missing Nutient
It reveals how the above health niggles could be causes by a lack of this nutrient… and shows you a way to restore it in a way that I think you’ll like…
One of them is to add salt to your meals – but not ANY salt, a special salt you can find here.
Another is to take a warm bath, or a footbath…
That’s how simple it could be to redress so many nagging health problems that have been dragging you down, making you feel tired and unlike your old self.
Really, it’s one of those things that, once you realise the solution, you’ll probably never look back.
And the benefits could be wonderful – a total rejuvenation of you body, turning the clock back 20 years.
More energy… Less pain… Better bone and heart health.
As you’ll see in our report, yes, you can get this crucial nutrient from food but even those who eat healthy amounts of fruit ‘n’ veg are often deficient.
And here’s why…
• Intensive farming methods have stripped vegetables of this nutrient by 80% since 1950.
• We eat too many out-of-season vegetables flown half way across the world. These are greatly depleted in nutrients by the time we eat them.
• Chlorine is used to treat drinking water, which depletes this nutrient too.
• Too much salt, coffee and alcohol makes you go to the loo too often, which flushes this nutrient out of your body.
• Stress causes the body to produce adrenaline and cortisol, both of which impact on your levels too.
As a result for this, you can get…
• high blood pressure
• high cholesterol
• poor heart health
• increased pain
So if you’re concerned about any pf these symptoms, or simply want to improve your daily physical and mental health, then take a look at this: Rejuvenate your Body.
“I’m sleeping better, I have loads of energy, I have my confidence back, I no longer feel completely depressed”
Here are some of the people who’ve restored their health this way…
“I was tortured by night cramps in my calves & feet. And by restless legs keeping me awake. It releases me from the agony of cramp & the tossing & turning that robs me of a good night’s sleep”. – Jean Gerrard – October 2013
“In less than a week I stopped having cramps and have only had 2 mild attacks in 6 months… I have also had a huge reduction in the frequency of headaches and migraines “- Michael Farmer – May 2013
“This has turned my life around.” – Anon May 2013
“I have noticed a big improvement in my health.”- Simon
“Reduced my anxiety by 99% and helped my insomnia by about 90%.” – Claire – April 2013
“fybromyalgia settled down. I would recommend this product to anyone with Arthritis / joint problems.” – Billy – September 2011
“I no longer drag aching feet around and the bonus is I am now sleeping like a baby.”” – Tammy – January 2012
“I am sleeping 6, 7 and sometimes 8 hours per night. That has never been known for me since I was very young.” – Jessie – April 2014
“I’m sleeping better, I have loads of energy, I’m eating better, I have my confidence back, I no longer feel completely depressed, I can handle ‘life’ much better, the pain from fibromyalgia and IBS is greatly reduced“. – Rene – May 2013
This could be you in a few months’ time – it’s that quick to change things for the better
To find out more, please click here and see if you can turn your health around in the next 60 days.
Until next time,