Stop chasing your tail!

By | March 1, 2013

Stop chasing your tail!

 

According to Dr. Osborne living with undue stress, chronic diurectic( coffee, alcohol use) use and a diet high in refined carbohydrates can cause Magnesium deficiancy.  In this 10 minute invaluable video presentation Dr. Osborne will provide the signs and symptoms of Magnesium deficiancy.  He suggests to stop chasing your tail because a lot of the treatments provided today may in fact cause more health challenges.

It always amazes me to learn how so many things we do cause health challenges.  I have heard for years that Stress is the #1 reason for going to see the primary care doctor.  In this video you will learn why that it is!  So worth checking it out.

Learning the information is a way to empower yourself.  Knowing what might be a problem or challenge for your health and then making changes simply are a way to eliminate majory issues in the future.

Be sure to check this video out now!

As Dr. Osborne specializes in Gluten Sensitivity here is the link for Gluten Free Information:

So is now the time to stop chasing your tail? I know for me I will be reducing my coffee intake for sure with this information.  How about you?

Talk soon,

 

 

6 thoughts on “Stop chasing your tail!

  1. Jolie du Pre

    I have my two cups of coffee in the morning, but that would be my only vice. My diet is pretty good.

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  2. Izabela

    This is very interesting .Simply Magnesium deficiency can be problem for whole body.Great information

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  3. K'Lee Banks

    Stopping by and commenting – very glad to find your blog! What an important topic and video. Really shows how many things are cyclical – omit important nutrients, indulge in wrong food/drink combinations, and trigger health problems in multiple ways.

    I take high quality supplements to make sure I get whatever is missing from my diet, but I don’t drink a lot of coffee, and try to eat right – stress is more of an issue for me than anything else!
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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      Thanks for connecting K’Lee. Glad to hear you take high quality supplements and not drinking coffee! It is so important to get a handle on stress! Exercise is a great way to do that. Let me know if I can help.

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