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 Case studies wanted(do you need nutrtional advice)

Do you have questions about supplements, herbs and vitamins. I have a
good amount of books on the subject. I'm am a nutrition student and
work in a health cooking.net">food store. I enjoy helping people to find solutions
to their health problems. I can offer advice an direction for free. I
return I receive the more experience in the field I love. So please
feel free to E-mail and ask me any questions about Vitamins, Herbs,
Homepathic Meds, and Nutritional Supplements. I will do my best to
face you in the right direction. Love and live life to its fullest!



Wed, 23 Aug 2000 03:00:00 GMT
 Case studies wanted(do you need nutrtional advice)

Magnesium citrate is laxative and cause us to lose Mg, Ca,...etc, I wonder
how much magnesium we actually get if we take the citrate form? What is the
right form to take if we do no care about laxative effect?

Thanks.
Mei-Tien

Quote:
>Do you have questions about supplements, herbs and vitamins. I have a
>good amount of books on the subject. I'm am a nutrition student and
>work in a health cooking.net">food store. I enjoy helping people to find solutions
>to their health problems. I can offer advice an direction for free. I
>return I receive the more experience in the field I love. So please
>feel free to E-mail and ask me any questions about Vitamins, Herbs,
>Homepathic Meds, and Nutritional Supplements. I will do my best to
>face you in the right direction. Love and live life to its fullest!



Wed, 23 Aug 2000 03:00:00 GMT
 Case studies wanted(do you need nutrtional advice)


Quote:

>Magnesium citrate is laxative and cause us to lose Mg, Ca,...etc, I
wonder
>how much magnesium we actually get if we take the citrate form? What
is the
>right form to take if we do no care about laxative effect?

    The citrate is no more laxitive than the oxide or hydroxide, in
terms of elemental dose of Mg.  It's only magnesium sulfate (which as
the 7 H20 is Epsom's Salts) which is a bit more laxitive than the other
salts, since the sulfate itself is mildly cathartic, not being easily
absorbed.

    Doses of 250 mg Mg elemental as the oxide or citrate (for those
with no stomach acid) are generally tolerated at each meal, in cases of
deficiency (diruretic use, alchoholism, diabetes, diet with too few
vegetables).   It usually takes more than 1 gram of Mg at a time to be
laxitive, and generally more like 5 to reliably do the job.  Calcium
salts, of course, are counteracting because they are constipating.

                                     Steve Harris, M.D.



Wed, 23 Aug 2000 03:00:00 GMT
 Case studies wanted(do you need nutrtional advice)

There are other Kerb cycle acids as well these being (aspartate,
malate,  succinate, fumarate) The Kerbs cycle is what help to convert
aminos, carbs, fats, vits, and mins into chemical energy or what is
know as ATP. Magnesium bound to one or all of these acids is goning to
be the best absorbed. In the 1990 J. American College of Nutrition the
was a study done on the bioavailabilty of magnesium citrate and
Magnesium oxide. The name of the author of the study was Lindbeg JS.
Also magnesium bound with organic substance dosn't have the tendency
to cause diarrhea. The types bound to inorganic salts normally do.
THey are also pooly absorbed. According to most studies that are
available. Thanks for the question...  

Mei-Tien

Quote:

>Magnesium citrate is laxative and cause us to lose Mg, Ca,...etc, I wonder
>how much magnesium we actually get if we take the citrate form? What is the
>right form to take if we do no care about laxative effect?

>Thanks.
>Mei-Tien

>>Do you have questions about supplements, herbs and vitamins. I have a
>>good amount of books on the subject. I'm am a nutrition student and
>>work in a health cooking.net">food store. I enjoy helping people to find solutions
>>to their health problems. I can offer advice an direction for free. I
>>return I receive the more experience in the field I love. So please
>>feel free to E-mail and ask me any questions about Vitamins, Herbs,
>>Homepathic Meds, and Nutritional Supplements. I will do my best to
>>face you in the right direction. Love and live life to its fullest!



Thu, 24 Aug 2000 03:00:00 GMT
 Case studies wanted(do you need nutrtional advice)

Quote:

> There are other Kerb cycle acids as well these being (aspartate,
> malate,  succinate, fumarate) The Kerbs cycle is what help to convert
> aminos, carbs, fats, vits, and mins into chemical energy or what is
> know as ATP. Magnesium bound to one or all of these acids is goning to
> be the best absorbed. In the 1990 J. American College of Nutrition the
> was a study done on the bioavailabilty of magnesium citrate and
> Magnesium oxide. The name of the author of the study was Lindbeg JS.
> Also magnesium bound with organic substance dosn't have the tendency
> to cause diarrhea. The types bound to inorganic salts normally do.
> THey are also pooly absorbed. According to most studies that are
> available. Thanks for the question...

  Kerbs cycle???  Whatda hell is that?

Don't you mean the KREB'S cycle



Thu, 24 Aug 2000 03:00:00 GMT
 Case studies wanted(do you need nutrtional advice)

Sorry fat finger the key board...Most be all those vitamins I'm on. My
brain is working faster than my fingers.....Thanks...



Thu, 24 Aug 2000 03:00:00 GMT
 Case studies wanted(do you need nutrtional advice)

Quote:

>There are other Kerb cycle acids as well these being (aspartate,
>malate,  succinate, fumarate) The Kerbs cycle is what help to convert

Hm. Has Hans Krebs changed surname recently?? Didn't know that :-)


Thu, 24 Aug 2000 03:00:00 GMT
 
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