Pancreas

Miracle Mineral Wipes Out One of the Most Deadly Cancers

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It’s one of the deadliest forms of cancer on the planet–a nasty tumor that has claimed some of the most famous and celebrated people in the world–Steve Jobs, Luciana, Pavarotti, Sally Ride, and the “Queen of SoulAretha Franklin just to name but a few.

Fame and wealth couldn’t save them from pancreatic cancer

But you have something they didn’t have–you’ve got the latest science in your corner…

And it has just revealed the single greatest weapon against pancreatic cancer. And you don’t need fame, money or power to get your hands on it.

In fact, you can get it easily right now for roughly 7 cents a day!

The super-cheap cure is magnesium–the magical “miracle” mineral with the power to block this cancer early on.

You see, the reason pancreatic cancer is so deadly is that it forms very quietly–it’s almost never caught in time for treatment…

By the time there are symptoms…and by the time you get tested and the cancer is detected, it’s usually too late in the day!

And that’s what makes magnesium so crucial–it stops the tumor from ever forming in the first place.

A new study has established that every 100mg drop below the recommended daily intake of magnesium ramps up your risk of pancreatic cancer by 25%.

If your intake falls to 100mg per day, which isn’t uncommon, your risk of this disease skyrockets by a staggering 76%.

Even if your magnesium level is not that low, there is a good chance it’s not even close to where it should be!

And it gets even worse…

Because today’s produce is grown in such depleted soils that it’s almost impossible to get enough magnesium from diet alone, even if you get plenty of leafy greens, nuts and seeds.

You won’t find much magnesium in a typical multivitamin, either!

Because it takes up too much room in the capsule.

This means between 60 and 80% of the global population is magnesium deficient…

You, therefore, need a supplement–and the right one for that matter.

Don’t be tempted by those supermarket brands that run about $5 for a year’s supply.

Those are often made with magnesium oxide and magnesium citrate–forms that are harder for your body to use and a little rough on your stomach…

It’s the not-so-secret ingredient in some laxatives, which should tell you right there what you can expect.

Magnesium glycinate is highly recommended because it’s easier on the gut and better absorbed.

It costs a little more–about 7 cents a day, but since it’s also responsible for some 300 other functions in your body…

Including everything from heartbeat to bone strength–it’s well worth every penny.

A magnesium deficiency will put you at many risks, including:

  • Feeling anxious, worried, stressed, and overwhelmed
  • Poor quality or interrupted sleep
  • Muscle cramps
  • Feeling tired and energyless
  • Headaches
  • Elevated blood pressure
  • Decreased bone density
  • Reduced muscle mass and strength
  • Low testosterone
  • Poor blood glucose management

The recommended daily intake of magnesium for women is 320mg per day, while for men is 420mg per day.

These amounts remain debatable since optimal levels of magnesium may be influenced by a variety of factors.

Be that as it may, these targets are good beginning points.

Generally speaking, the best sources of magnesium are unrefined (whole) grains, dark leafy greens, nuts, seeds, legumes and tubers.

Here is a list of selected food sources and their respective magnesium content (USDA Food Composition Database):

  • Pumpkin seeds, roasted, 1/4 cup (160mg)
  • Swiss chard, cooked, 1 cup (150mg)
  • Brazil nuts, 1/4 cup (125mg)
  • Amaranth, uncooked, 1/4 cup (120mg)
  • Sesame seeds, kernels, 1/4 cup (110mg)
  • Beet greens, cooked, 1 cup (100mg)
  • Almonds, dry roasted, 1 oz. (95mg)
  • Teff, uncooked, 1/4 cup, (90mg)
  • Quinoa, uncooked, 1/4 cup (85mg)
  • Sorghum, uncooked, 1/4 cup (80mg)
  • Cashews, dry roasted, 1 oz. (75mg)
  • Spinach, frozen or cooked, 1/2 cup (75mg)
  • Great northern beans, canned, 1/2 cup (65mg)
  • Mixed nuts, dry roasted, 1 oz. (65mg)
  • Lima beans, cooked, 1/2 cup (65mg)
  • Bulgur, uncooked, 1/4 cup (55mg)
  • Potato, dry roasted, 1 medium (50mg)
  • Peanuts, dry roasted, 1 oz. (50mg)
  • Peanut butter, smooth, 2 tbsp (50mg)
  • Pinto beans, 1/2 cup (45mg)
  • Yogurt, plain, 1 cup (45mg)
  • Rice, brown, cooked, 1/2 cup (40mg)
  • Collard greens, cooked, 1 cup (40mg)
  • Lentils, 1/2 cup (35mg)
  • Kidney beans, 1/2 cup (35mg)
  • Banana, raw, 1 medium (30mg)
  • Kale, cooked, 1 cup (30mg)
  • Avocado, cubed, 1/2 cup (20mg)

The foregoing list of magnesium food sources is by no means exhaustive, but it’s a good pool from which you can get your recommended daily intake…

And with such a long list, friend…you’re simply spoiled for choice…and you’ve no good reason to be magnesium deficient!

Stay loaded with optimal levels to keep pancreatic cancer where it belongs…and reap the other health benefits of magnesium.

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