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I've been studying this issue for many years....I've read a lot that mag is even more important than overloads of calcium, which can cause calcium deposits for just one issue....
Enough mag is needed for best calcium absorption. Then there is the Vit D deficiency......lots of deficiencies.
I don't know if any/many here are up on this mineral and how it could be related to fractures and all the hip issues many are challenged with.
I've been taking MORE mag than calcium for some yrs now, even thou docs push calcium and don't even discuss mag....that's conventional medicine for you.
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