Volume 5, Issue 39 September 27, 2012
This heart-helper can
help your joints too
Magnesium is a vital mineral for the prevention of heart disease, high blood pressure, insomnia, and a host of other problems. Nothing new there. But here’s something surprising. A new study shows that it also helps to protect your knees from arthritis.

Researchers from the University of North Carolina X-rayed the knees of 2,112 men and women. They found an amazing number of them, 36.7%, had X-ray evidence of osteoarthritis. Then they looked at how much magnesium they were getting in their diets. It turns out that those who were getting the least amount of magnesium were more than twice as likely to have arthritis in their knees.

This is an important finding. Arthritic knees are becoming an ever increasing problem. More than one-third of the people in this randomized study had it. Most days I see four to five patients coming for Prolozone treatments for the severe arthritis in their knees. Many times it is due to traumas or overuse in their earlier days. But most of the time, the cause is not clear. But one thing is for sure. Having arthritic knees is no picnic. It can really limit your life.

Patients are always complaining that they can’t go dancing, play golf or tennis, or even walk the mall because their knees are so bad. Prolozone helps dramatically, but it’s better to prevent a problem than to treat it. And what could be easier than taking a magnesium supplement?

I’m 66 years old and my knees feel and function as good now as they did when I was young. Could it be because I have been taking Super Immune QuickStart every day for the past 16 years? One of the many nutrients that I put in QuickStart is magnesium citrate. Magnesium citrate is the most bio-available form of magnesium out there, and QuickStart contains a very significant 320 mg in every scoop. I think I have been helping my knees without even knowing it. You should take QuickStart as well. It will protect you from arthritis and a host of other health problems. You can order it by following this link.

Finding your Real Cures,
Frank Shallenberger, MD

REF:
Qin B, Shi X, Samai PS, Renner JB, Jordan JM, He K. Association of dietary magnesium intake with radiographic knee osteoarthritis: The johnston county osteoarthritis project. Arthritis Care Res (Hoboken). 2012 Apr 17. doi: 10.1002/acr.21708. [Epub ahead of print]

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