Could’ve, should’ve, would’ve! Medications vs. Nutrition

             “Middle age is where a broad mind and narrow waist begin to exchange places!” Anon. Such was the saying I saw in my college gymnasium, very many years ago. I would guess that I am in that middle-age group now, much as I hate to admit it! The one time that it didn’t apply to me was in medical school. If I had been really smart (hence, broader mind), I would have focused on the nutrition classes and foregone the path of surgery (aborted after 2 years), anesthesiology and critical care and would have followed another path of nutritional health. Perhaps, I would have had a bit more rest along the way! As I...

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Intense foot & heel pain? See how magnesium can help

Recently, a client who tried the MagNificent cream stated that her chronic pain from her long-standing plantar fasciitis has improved with continued use of the cream. Plantar Fasciitis can become chronic if left untreated too long. Well, who knew! Magnesium cream can be used to relieve pain in many areas of the body. I’m hearing more and more people complaining of this ailment. So what the heck is it? WebMD defines plantar fasciitis this way: ”Plantar fasciitis" is the most common cause of heel pain. The plantar fascia is the flat band of tissue (ligament) that connects your heel bone to your toes. It supports the arch of your foot. If you strain your plantar fascia, it gets weak, swollen, and irritated...

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