I drink a large amount of milk. Close to a half gallon a day. Should I be concerned about balancing my magnesium levels with this high level of calcium consumption? Also, would Raw milk be better in terms of Calcium/Magnesium ratio? Diet: Beef,... (more)
I suffer from osteoporosis, certainly due to genetic factors (my mother has it) and also eating disorders as teen. At only 38 I want to make sure I get absolutely enough of the right vitamins and minerals to give myself the best chance of... (more)
Hello everyone, Lately I've been trying to do some research into chicken and beef broth, but there seems to be very little documentation on their nutritional content. I consume a lot of this because I am more susceptible to joint problems than... (more)
How can we integrate these points: Calcium/Magnesium has an optimum ratio - perhaps 2:1 (ive seen this elsewhere as well): http://nutritionbreakthroughs.posterous.com/studies-confirm-best-calciummagnesium-ratio-d (more)
OK, I want to buy a Mag supplement. The thing is, i can get a Mag+Calcium supplement for almost the same price. My question: Considering one does not get high doses of Calcium (i know about the whole acid-base jive... :P) in the paleo diet does... (more)
Okay people, I'm having a bit of a problem, and I am in need of some instant advice here... For starters, I'm on a paleo diet/ray peat diet. My diet consists of grass fed beef, potatoes, some fruit, veggies every once in a while, chicken,... (more)
What are your vitamin D levels like and how's your vitamin k2 and vitamin A intake? Without either vitamin D or k2 calcium isn't appropriately used in the body and high levels of vitamin A antagonizes calcium's response to vitamin D.
I purchased the Ancient Minerals magnesium oil spray a few days ago and began using it. Today my arm began itching and rashing. I wondered if this means I need to increase my calcium?
other than 15 grams of fresh parsley a day (to prevent scurvy, hopefully that's enough), i don't eat any vegetables nor grains. also about 4 tsp of turmeric powder. i drink 500ml of homemade kefir everyday, so no lactose but 60% RDA of calcium... (more)