http://www.newswithviews.com/Dean/carolyn107.htmYou can assess your magnesium status with a blood test called Magnesium RBC (red blood cell). This test is available to the public (without a doctor’s script) through Request A Test. But the kicker is that the range for this test is taken from the sick population so you want to be an optimum of 6.0-6.5mg/dL in a range of 4.2-6.8mg/dL. Do not let anyone tell you that a level of 4.4mg/dL is normal.
jimmylegs wrote:going forward, if you can really work on the zinc, copper, and magnesium some more, that should help cut inflammation and associated iron issues...
i ran a nutritiondata search on foods highest in zinc, copper and magnesium. one guess which delicious item tops the list... (hint: next best option is veal liver mmmm!!)
http://nutritiondata.self.com/foods-000 ... 000-w.html
jimmylegs wrote:ok so 6.0-6.5 for rbc mag probably lines up quite nicely with 2.3-2.7 serum mag. good good good!
if you can get those minerals sorted, your body should be in good shape to process d3 when the sun comes out
yep, nutrition can definitely be some work, that's for sure. whatever you can swing with diet given your loathing of all things nutrient dense, will be great!
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