Leg cramps are caused by a magnesium deficiency. The magnesium deficiency is
caused by estrogen dominance. The estrogen dominance (too much estrogen) is
caused by chemicals and natural herbs on the skin that mimic estrogen. These
are chemical estrogens and natural herbs are known collectively as xenoestrogens
or environmental estrogens or foreign estrogens.
They are strange estrogens that have weird
effects on the estrogen receptor.
The solution is to take Magnesium Supplements, avoid environmental estrogens, and
take progesterone to counter the effect of estrogen dominance.
Anytime there is a magnesium deficiency all the muscles will tense. Your legs muscles
will cramp and you will get a "Charlie Horse". Muscle cramps in the back and
chest and arms are also possible.
The muscular sheath of the artery will tense and constrict creating a smaller diameter
artery. This means smaller blood flow. For the hands and feet since there is
smaller blood flow, the hands and feet become cold. If you put the hands and
feet in cold water some times this will make the arteries spasm and constrict
even more. The hands may become painful. This leads to something that may look like a Reynaud's Disease. Cold
hands and cold feet are the hallmark of magnesium deficiency.
Where else can you get into trouble if the muscles constrict? The uterus is
just a muscular bag or purse shape. When the uterus constricts a woman complains
of uterine cramps or menstrual cramps. Many times a good chelated magnesium
will lessen the menstrualcramps and relax the uterine muscle.
The magnesium deficiency will also constrict and make it easier for the arteries in the
head to spasm. This means menstrual migraine headaches. Again magnesium is a good
thing to take for this.
There is also muscle that surrounds the intestine. When these muscles that surround
the intestine tense and cramp, the patient has constipation. Taking magnesium
will also help to solve this type of constipation as well.
When there is a magnesium deficiency, calcium will be to deposit in abnormal places.
There will be microcalcifications in the breast tissue. On chest x-rays, there may
be a small collection of what looks like sand in the breast. Radiologists call
these collections of small sand in the breast microcalcifications. Calcium
plaques may also form in the arteries. Again, the lack of magnesium may cause
these plaques to form. Conversely, taking magnesium supplements may help the
microcalcifications and calcium in the arteries to dissolve.
The calcium may even deposit on the tendons where they attach to the bone. This gives bone spurs. Taking magnesium supplements will help to dissolve these bone spurs as well.
Since chocolate is one of the foods with the highest magnesium content, women typically
crave chocolate right before their period. Unfortunately, chocolate also
contains a natural strange estrogen. So, the chocolate makes the estrogen dominance
worse. And the woman will have increased breast tenderness and bloating just before
her period. Taking magnesium supplements typically gets rid of chocolate cravings.
Chocolate cravings are nothing to be embarrassed about. Many women think that
their chocolate cravings are a failure of will power and a weakness. No, the
chocolate craving is simply a sign of magnesium deficiency from estrogen dominance.
In fact, you may use the chocolate craving as a flag to see if you have gotten rid of
all the environmental estrogens. If you are not taking magnesium supplements and the
chocolate craving has gone away, then you have been successful in getting rid of the
environmental estrogens in your life.
Take magnesium supplements and all of a sudden
you will find that your chocolate craving is gone. Chocolate craving is NOT a failure
on your part of will power. Chocolate craving is a biochemical reaction to a magnesium
The problem is a "Charlie Horse" or leg cramps, arm cramps, back cramps, menstrual
cramps, cold hands and cold feet, menstrual migraines, constipation, microcalcifications in the
breast, calcium deposits in the arteries, bone spurs, and chocolate cravings.
The solution is to take magnesium supplements, cut out the chemical estrogens
and estrogenic herbs out of your environment, and take progesterone to balance
out the remaining xenoestrogens.
You can take 400-600 mg/day of a chelated
magnesium. Magnesium oxide does not have a good absorption rate - only 4%. But a
chelated magnesium has an absorption rate of 40%. If you overdo magnesium
you may have some loose stools. If you do have loose stools, just cut back on
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