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The 3 Sedative Minerals Most People Lack
August 06, 2015

The 3 Sedative Minerals

Last week I mentioned if you suffer from stress, anxiety, insomnia, and similar ailments, you probably need more calcium, magnesium and zinc.

These 3 minerals are known as the sedative minerals.

We get the minerals our body needs from our diet, although there are various reasons you might be lacking in certain minerals, not just poor diet.

Also, before you go and buy a calcium/magnesium/zinc supplement you need to be SURE you need it.

While most people do need more of the 3 sedative minerals, even those without anxiety or stress, it would be best to know for sure, don't you think?

There is a way to know which minerals your body needs. I'll be telling you about it very soon, when my new website launches. You may recall last year I announced I'd be starting a new site... offering a different way to improve your health. I've been testing it for about 18 months now and I'm almost ready to tell you about it.

Meanwhile, you can maximize the minerals you get from your diet by...

Eating lots of cooked vegetables, 2/3 of your plate, for every meal if you can.

Drinking a glass of fresh, raw carrot juice each day.

Adding natural, unrefined sea salt to your meals.

Not eating junk foods, especially anything with sugar in it.

Till next time, all the best.


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About the Author

Matthew Scott is a professionally trained Chinese medicine practitioner from Australia. In 2000, after ten years in private practice, Matthew went to China to further his studies for a few months. He has been there ever since, immersed in the culture, raising a family and showing people worldwide the Chinese way of health.


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The content of this email is not to be considered as medical advice. Always consult a doctor or other qualified health professional before starting or changing any health or fitness program.

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