Restoring Healthy Heart Rhythms

Could Millions of People Benefit from this Information?

For people who suffer from the constant weakness which cardiac arrhythmias can create, this path back to health can provide a real and permanent solution!

It may seem absolutely amazing, but if the cells inside your body, especially inside your heart muscle don’t contain enough Magnesium, your heart rhythms may become so irregular that your brain can be deprived of oxygen to the point that you will hardly be able to think.

Your body may become so weak that even standing up can be a huge effort. And your heart muscle may actually hurt… especially if you try and exercise! Mine certainly did!

This can be extremely frightening and you will no doubt go to an Emergency Room or run to your Cardiologist to find help.

You would think that they would give you some answers, right? They are experts in what they do and they have some amazing ways to help us when we are in medical trouble.

But amazingly enough, this mainstream problem is still not generally recognized by mainstream medicine!

Let me fast forward ahead and tell you something: unfortunately, discovering your condition of low intracellular magnesium is not so easy!

Standard medical tests measure magnesium in the wrong part of your body and don’t tell you a about whether your cells are starved for magnesium on the inside where it counts!

Fast forwarding one more step: suppose, probably with the help of this book, that you find the correct testing protocols and are in fact diagnosed with low intracellular magnesium.

What can you do about it? The unfortunate truth is that it may take close to a year of introducing magnesium through multiple pathways into your body to finally stop the crazy heart rhythms!

In other words, it’s not so easy either to diagnose or treat low intracellular magnesium.

Unfortunately, rushing to your health food store for magnesium supplements or improving your diet are probably not going to be enough.

That’s where this little book comes into play!

It has been 30 years since I began to experience strange and dangerous heart arrhythmias.

I am an avid researcher and I eventually solved my problem.

That’s the good news! Thanks to finally being able to raise the magnesium levels inside the cells in my whole body I again have the steady stamina I had lost for 30 years!

I really want to share this information. I think it could help millions of other people.

I will lead you through both diagnosis and treatment protocols! If these were simple to accomplish I would not have written this book. If you have been having strange heart rhythms: missed beats, spend the price of a modern cup of coffee and discover the likely cause and the solution!

Another amazing benefit: the same keys to fixing cardiac arrhythmias may bring extensive benefits to those who are suffering from many other diseases as well.

The list goes on and on: Type II diabetes, Chronic fatigue syndrome, Coronary artery disease and atherosclerosis, Hypertension (High Blood Pressure), ADHD, Epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, Asthma, Bowel diseases, Colorectal Cancer, Kidney disease, Liver disease, Musculoskeletal conditions (fibromyalgia, cramps, chronic back pain, etc.), Migraine, Thyroid problems… For the more complete list read the book!

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