This is recommended reading to get started on learning about Magnesium:
The importance of magnesium.
In the "Magnesium Miracle" book, it says:
"Magnesium education received a boost in March 2005 when the George and Patsy Eby Foundation provided a grant that purchased 1,000 books each of The Magnesium Miracle and The Magnesium Factor by Mildred Seelig, M.D., and Andrea Rosanoff, Ph.D., to be given to members of Congress. Dr. Rosanoff and I hosted a reception on Capitol Hill to which members of Congress and their staff were invited and presented with our magnesium books."
"The Magnesium Miracle" book by Carolyn Dean M.D.
"The Magnesium Factor" book by Mildred Seelig and Andrea Rosanoff
"Magnesium: The Stress Reliever" by Leo Galland M.D., F.A.C.N. (online article)
"The Importance of Magnesium to Human Nutrition" by Michael Schachter M.D., F.A.C.A.M (online article)
"Magnificent Magnesium" by Priscilla Slagle M.D.
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