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  1. atlee7757

    SALT and Muscle Cramps

    I have had muscle cramping issues my entire life. Mostly lower leg, but have also gotten them in many other places. Usually when trying to activate a muscle that is already under some form of stress. I have tried every common remedy without success: Mg, Potassium, Phosphorus, Sodium...
  2. Tristan Loscha

    Anti-Peat High-Salt Augments Aldosterone Toxicity Despite Lowered Plasma-Readings

    High-Salt Augments Aldosterone Toxicity Despite Lowered Plasma-Readings. Blood-LVL-Aldosterone gets lowered by sodium,but apparently sensitivity rises,augmenting damage.Sodium is truly almost a micronutrient,with intakes as low as 500mg-1500mg,in indigenous tribes,lower than magnesium,lower...
  3. Amazoniac

    Excess Magnesium Chloride Intake Causes Frank Acidosis

    The experiment below confirms what was suspected for a long time. Skip to the link if you're not interested in poetry. It's nothing to do with clearing your throat or scraping your shoes on the floor as a substitute for 'excuse me' to the person blocking your way. It was used 25 g of MgCl2...
  4. KalosKaiAgathos

    Epic Write-up About Salt And Sodium

    Hey guys and girls, Just completed a big write-up I did about salt last weekend. You might be interested in the read: Why Everything You've Heard About Salt Is Wrong (Seriously) And How To Easily Manage Your Sodium Intake. (Yes, there's a clickbait title because otherwise, I will not clicks...
  5. haidut

    Glycine May Treat Hearing Issues Caused By NSAID (aspirin?)

    It is common knowledge that several NASID drugs, including aspirin, cause hearing issues at higher doses. This new research found that the mechanism of action is by competition with chloride ions for activation of the hearing protein called prestin. This suggests a possible method of blocking...