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    It would be extremely hard because one would have to eat tons of nuts a day (high in omega 6's), and eat a lot of leafy green vegetables (great in moderation as well, but can be high in oxlates).
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    Thanks for sharing Ron. Just one question.

    I know you mentioned about magnesium and its relation to digestion, did you find anything about magnesium and different types of magnesium which can cross the blood brain barrier to help treat migraines, epilepsy, and mental disorders?

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    Ron, what made you focus on magnesium in such depth?

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    Ron,

    I have been taking magnesium citrate but just ordered some glycinate and some malate also, was planning on taking the 3 different varieties daily so that it totals about 500 mg of magnesium a day or so. Does that sound like a reasonable plan or is it just plain dumb?
    Thanks

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    Try either Epsom salt baths or Magnesium L-Threonate. I really don't know which one to recommend there are some studies that point out that magnesium sulfate crosses the blood brain barrier as much as L-Threonate does.
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    If you can afford it I see extra benefit in it. Just take the malate and citrate during the day with meals because of the increase of stomach acid. Take the glycinate before bed for the extra relaxation. Also extra malic acid in the malate can give the body more energy.
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    At the other forums I frequently post on someone asked me to make a magnesium informational guide. Magnesium changed my quality of life a couple of years ago when I had anxiety and adrenal fatigue. I read Dr. Dean's great book the Magnesium Miracle and it changed my life.
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    I eat way too many nuts. Maybe craving magnesium. I have been taking 200 mg citrate. My doc suggested 500 but i can't do that without diarrhea. Just started adding glycinate. Gotta keep taking the citrate. I have 200 tablets. Thanks Ron.
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    Hello Ron, what about Doctors Best Magnesium Glycinate? Chelated with glycine and lysine....fully reacted, not buffered. It's the only glycinate I can find in any stores around my house, so far. Thanks!

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    For constipation, anxiety, and sleep issues, would I take both citrate (at meals) and glycinate (at bedtime)?
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