jimmylegs wrote:hi again i figured out that your magnesium is dimagnesium malate, whereas i use magnesium glycinate. i'm not sure how you get better energy from the malate form without good absorption, but nonetheless i did find this comparison:
"Both magnesium glycinate and magnesium malate can provide the body with a sufficient amount of the mineral. Your choice will depend on your health and energy needs. For example, if you would like to feel more energized, magnesium malate is for you. On the other hand, if you would like to improve nutrient absorption, magnesium glycinate is the logical choice."
JilPhones wrote:For me, from when I was diagnosed six years ago I was convinced of the link to my bowel.
This has been confirmed without any doubt when after a particularly stressful time at work I came out in nasty itchy rashes.
I went to a Kinesiologist who looked at what was causing me such allergic reactions. This guy has identified and confirmed the whole problem. He maintains that, every person he has ever met or treated with MS has an intolerance or allergy to gluten. In my case, the gluten had sufficiently weakened my bowel lining and Candida had taken hold. This resulted in symptoms consistent we celiac disease.
He gave me a list of things to abstain from and bingo - everything started to improve. David now cites me as his miracle case. Apart from the MS I was in such a bad state with my skin I needed help. I had done the drugs thing and was convinced that this is dealing with the effect but not in a permanent way. In fact the drug was damaging me further.
What I had was the cause. Dealing with the effect was simple - it takes care of itself.
I now have no tingling, no pain, I run 25+ miles a week and lead a normal and full life. All this because I know what the cause is. Bingo, one happy chap.
I have a story to tell and it isn't rocket science. We don't have to resort to the billion dollar drug companies or the quite frankly clueless doctors for relief. We have it in our power to do something ourselves.
if you read along the zinc/gluten; ; zinc/celiac; zinc and intestinal/membrane permeability aka 'leaky gut'; and zinc/ms line, not to mention zinc/infection/candida, there's a plausible connection. worthwhile to investigate zinc status. eg, gluten free diet improves zinc status in celiacs, per published research.
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