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Wednesday, May 16, 2018 1:49 AM | Venöse Multiple Sklerose, CVI & SVI, CCSVI Volg link
How to test PROPERLY for Hormone D (aka Vitamin D) & Magnesium Deficiency

1. How to test properly for Hormone D deficiency?

Want to find out the true status of your storage AND active “Vitamin”-D and bypass BIG-Pharma ("Vitamin-D Council") brainwash?

Here we go. Please ask for these 4 blood tests before you take an insanely high dosage of a synthetic hormone called “Vitamin D” by the med. e$tablishment.

The 4 basic blood tests are:

1. Magnesium RBC (amount of Mg in red blood cell and NOT in blood serum!) 6.0 mg/dl is minimum & 6.5 is optimal
2. 25(OH)D (Storage form of Hormone-D), nothing over 21ng/dl has any clinical benefit.
3. 1,25(OH)2D3 (Active form of Hormone-D), should be no more the 1.5 to 2.0 times of 25(OH)D
4. "Ionized" Calcium blood test

If test No.1 is 6.0mg/dL (this is a sufficient amount of Mg in the body tissue needed for the production of Hormone D (aka "Vit.-D") because Mg-deficiency causes Hormone-D resistance/deficiency!) and test No.3 is low, and test No.4 is low too then and only then taking supplemental "D" (e.g. cod-liver oil) would be advised.

Test No.2 is essentially a distortion of reality and low "Calcidol" (storage form) is actually caused by too much Calcium in the blood means, there is too little Mg in the blood. Much better to know is the true status of your active hormone D and its mineral focus Calcium. Excess Calcium is the precursor to inflammation and more excess Calcium to Magnesium is the cause of hormonal imbalances, disease & death.


2. How to test properly for Magnesium deficiency?

The right Magnesium test is called 'RBC Magnesium test' NOT! ‘serum Magnesium test’.
Serum Magnesium is worthless because only %1 of the body’s entire amount of Magnesium is circulating in the bloodstream the rest of this essential mineral is stored/hidden in your body tissue (bones/muscles/brain/teeth etc.) and your clever body will do EVERYTHING to keep that %1 Mg in your bloodstream in balance otherwise, you will die from a heart attack in seconds.
Months, weeks, days before such a fatal event takes place, your serum Magnesium level will even rise (body ‘steals’ it from the tissue and pumps it back in the bloodstream), which is kind of nature’s last attempt to allow the heart muscle to relax after every contraction it performs and to prevent a heart attack/death.

Get properly tested, people! In New Zealand such test is called Red Blood Cell (RBC) Magnesium tests and it cost ~NZ$ 25. You can order it directly at every "pathlab ltd." and you don't need a referral from a med. doctor! :)

Optimal RBC Magnesium values:

6.0 -7.0mg/dl
2.4-2.57 mol/L
6.0/2.4/3.37 = minimum. Everything less is Magnesium deficiency.
Venöse Multiple Sklerose, CVI & SVI, CCSVI