alexa Quantifying the role of magnesium in the interrelationship between human mortality morbidity and water hardness.


Journal of Clinical & Experimental Cardiology

Author(s): Marier JR, Neri LC, Marier JR, Neri LC

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Abstract An attempt has been made to quantify the effect of waterborne magnesium on human mortality/morbidity, based on epidemiological and clinical observations reported in several regions of the modern-day world. A consistent pattern has emerged, indicative of a global phenomenon, which illustrates the importance of waterborne magnesium in protecting against cardiovascular trauma and other ailments. These findings attest to the inadequate metabolic magnesium status among modern-day humans, especially those who reside in ultra-soft-water localities.
This article was published in Magnesium and referenced in Journal of Clinical & Experimental Cardiology

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