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Magnesium for Prednisone

Magnesium for Prednisone

Magnesium for Prednisone?

What helps with over 300 chemical reactions in the body?

It’s magnesium!

Prednisone depletes magnesium (along with 9+ other nutrients)…

Find out:

  • Signs of low magnesium
  • Prednisone side effects related to low magnesium
  • What magnesium can help with
  • Blood tests to check
  • Other medications that can deplete magnesium (at least 14 common ones… are you taking these?)
  • How to eat more magnesium, with a list of foods high in magnesium
  • The best form of magnesium for sleep and anxiety
  • The best form of it for constipation
  • The best form of it for people on prednisone
    …and much, much more!

Watch now!

Show Notes in Video:

What in your body is involved with over 300 reactions?

It’s magnesium! We need magnesium in different parts of our bodies.

And when you’re taking prednisone, it steals the magnesium in your body. There should be 300 chemical reactions in our body but this drug will be suppressed because it’s stealing magnesium.

Why Magnesium and Prednisone?

When you are Low in Magnesium you might experience the following:
– Anxiety (shaking & heart palpitations)
– Abnormal heart rhythms
– Fatigue and weakness
– Hypocalcemia
– Loss of appetite
– Muscle cramp
– Nausea and vomiting
– Numbness

Signs that you have Low Magnesium while on Prednisone:

7  Things that Magnesium helps with:

1. It boosts your mood.
2. It protects against inflammation.
3. Reduces insulin resistance
4. Helps manage blood pressure
5. It improves athletic performance
6. It can help with migraine
7. It reduces PMS

Which other medications deplete magnesium?

  • PPI (Pantoprazole)
  • Antacids/ Calcium Carbonate
  • Antibiotics
  • Anti-virals
  • Blood Pressure
  • Cholesterol Agents
  • Steroids
  • Hormone Replacement Therapy
  • Oral contraceptive
  • Alcohol
  • Coffee
  • High Sugar Diet

Best Way to Replenish Magnesium

Eat foods that are high in Magnesium.

  • dark chocolate
  • cashews
  • spinach
  • almonds
  • buckwheat
  • peanuts
  • black bananas
  • avocados

How much magnesium do you need?

  • 300 and 400 milligrams is the recommended daily value for men and women

You can also get magnesium by taking Nutranize Zone! The very first supplement invented for people on prednisone.

Check out your very own bottle now and experience the difference.

Nutranize Zone

Dr. Megan Milne, PharmD, BCACP

Dr. Megan Milne, PharmD, BCACP, is an award-winning clinical pharmacist board certified in the types of conditions people take prednisone for. Dr. Megan had to take prednisone herself for an autoimmune condition so understands what it feels like to suffer prednisone side effects and made it her mission to counteract them as the Prednisone Pharmacist.

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