As you may already know, there is no magical pill that will cure every ailment out there.

I’ve looked high and low and all over the world. After 7 years of deep research, and countless hours spent digging into medical research, I have found that there is no universal cure all.

However, I did discover a universal principle:

“All great and notable achievements continue to come from people who observe nature wholeheartedly . . . with an earnest need.”

Necessity truly is the Mother of invention.

As you know, inflammation is now being linked to almost every ailment under the sun, from allergies and obesity, to heart attack, diabetes and even cancer:

  • Inflammation of your heart can lead to shortness of breath or swollen legs.
  • Inflammation of your bronchial tubes can lead to an asthma attack.
  • Inflammation of your kidneys can lead to hypertension.
  • Inflammation of your large intestine can lead to diarrhea.
  • Inflammation of your eyes can lead to blindness.

The list goes on . . .

Inflammation can cause you to be suddenly crippled, blind or even dead. Understanding how chronic low-grade inflammation begins is important to stopping it and reversing any damage it can cause.

Everything Counts At The Cellular level . . .

Loss of cellular energy is the first sign of a problem. Then,toxicity builds up as your cell fails to absorb nutrients and eliminate waste. After that, your cells becomes stressed, which triggers a natural immune response known asinflammation.

Inflammation doesn’t have to hurt or even show as a symptom.

Low-grade chronic inflammation annually kills between 184,000 to as high as 462,000 Americans, on average, in the form of sudden heart attacks.

(Sudden cardiac death is defined as those that occur within one hour of the first symptom or arrhythmia.)

Your heart depends on the “miraculous mineral bullet” called magnesium to regulate enzyme function, protein synthesis and electrical heart signals.

An article published in the online American Journal of Clinical Nutrition on November 24, 2010, reports a protective effect of magnesium against the risk of sudden cardiac death.

Did you know as many as 68% of women and 55% of men experience no clinically recognized cardiovascular disease prior to sudden cardiac death?

Only recently have leading researchers made the connection between inflammatory markers, magnesium deficiency and sudden cardiovascular death.

There is strong evidence that higher levels of magnesium may reduce the risk of sudden cardiovascular death . . .

In fact, according to the Heart Rhythm Society 2004, more than 50% of deaths from cardiovascular disease can be blamed on arrhythmia (ventricular fibrillation).

Cybulski J et al 2004 proved magnesium and potassium in essential for the heart‘s electrical stability and maintaining healthy red blood cells in order to have powerful ant-inflammatory affects on smooth muscle cells found in the cardiovascular system.

It appears there are as many “bullets’ as there are targets. In this case, the “magnesium bullet” hits the inflammation target in the bull’s eye.

P.S. Magnesium deficiency is due to poor diet, age-factors and the use of medications such as diuretics prescribed to treat chronic diseases, which may turn out to be from magnesium deficiencies in the first place.